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Member of the Council for British Archaeology Grouping

Member of the Council for British Archaeology Grouping

Member of the Council for British Archaeology Grouping

Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Grouping

Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Grouping

Member of the Lancashire Family History & Heraldry Society (LFHHS) Grouping

Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects Grouping

'Formed in 1962 to conserve the river for future generations and represents all river users whether they be fishermen, walkers, boat owners or just interested in its very rich history, traditions, flora and fauna.'

Member of The Inter Faith Network for the UK Grouping

'The Society covers the railway transport interests of Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire, Sussex and the Isle of Wight, but with the most interest concentrated around the City of Southampton and its surrounding area, in the county of Hampshire. Generally, the Society's interest largely follows the geographical area, and the history, of the western section of the former Southern Railway. Subjects for the monthly meetings, held in Southampton, consist usually of a guest speaker presenting slides or films of their particular railway based interest. Railway heritage, history and modern rail transport are covered, as well as infrastructure around the region, and occasionally foreign railway activity. The Southern Counties Railway Society is for people who have an interest in steam locomotives, diesel locomotives and electric trains from their earliest incarnations, through to the modern rolling stock, track and stations now populating the current rail network in the Southampton area and beyond.'

'Thames Discovery Programme run a year-round programme of activities exploring the archaeology of the river on the foreshore, around London and online ... We’re always happy to spread the word about our work. Our team members give talks year-round to community groups across London and beyond, in person and online, as well as running fascinating and engaging activities about the archaeology of the Thames at events for all ages.'

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