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FRIENDS OF HAVERING MUSEUM

A group for supporters of the museum; our aims are to stimulate interest in the museum, act as a voice of support and encouragement, purchase items for the collection and sponsor exhibitions and activities. Friends can be active in joining in with museum activities or simply enjoy participating in social events.
Havering Museum, 19-21 High Street, Romford RM1 1JU 
Bi-monthly
Pamela Wilkes - 01708 749119 

info@ian-henry.com
www.friendsofhaveringmuseum@btck.co.uk

 

www.friendsofhaveringmuseum@btck.co.uk

HAVERING & DISTRICT AMATEUR RADIO CLUB

The club has been serving the interests of short wave listeners, electronics enthusiasts and radio amateurs for over 40 years. Lectures on associated subjects, library, equipment loan scheme, surplus equipment sales and national competitions entered make this a useful club to belong to.
Oliver Tillett (G3TPJ) - 01708 746677 
g4hrc@haveringradioclub.co.uk
Fairkytes Arts Centre, Billet Lane, Hornchurch 
Wednesdays 8:00pm 

www.haveringradioclub.co.uk

 

HAVERING NUMISMATIC SOCIETY

The Havering Numismatic Society was founded in 1967 to encourage coin and medal collecting in the area. We welcome new members of all ages who would like to make friends and learn more about the history and geography of coins and tokens, both modern and old. Talks on coins and tokens, quizzes, exhibitions. Help valuing and identifying coins and tokens.
Fairkytes Arts Centre, Billet Lane, Hornchurch 
First Tuesday of the month 8pm 
Pamela Williams - 020 8554 5486 

pambob2@ntlworld.com
www.havering-ns.org.uk

HAVERING WRITERS’ CIRCLE

Aims to encourage and assist the development of writers in Havering. Where local amateur writers meet to discuss their work.

Fairkytes Arts Centre, Billet Lane

First Monday of each month 7.30 – 10.00pm

Contact iancole311@btinternet.com

07847 166138

 

ROMFORD & DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY

The society was founded in 1956. We hold monthly meetings (excluding July and August), featuring talks on local topics. Since 1968, we have produced an annual journal the Romford Record, containing items of local historical research or interest. We also hold regular outings and produce five newsletters a year.
Trinity Methodist Church, Angel Way, Romford. 
Last Monday of the month, 8:00pm 

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