The Milton Keynes Clock and Watch Club

Whilst the Corona Virus Pandemic situation seems to be improving with the vaccination programme progressing well, and following our successful online AGM, we have now held three “online” Club meetings. MKCWC registered users can view recordings of these on the Past Meetings page of the site. If you would like updates by email, and are not already on the list, please email

The latest information regarding our Covid Status can be found here

Our next “Zoom” online meeting will be on 17th September. Codes for Zoom access will be sent out closer to the time. If you need help with joining a Zoom meeting, we have a helpful guide in this pdf  More details are on the Programme page

Horology (noun)

– the study and measurement of time
– the art of making clocks and watches

The purpose of the Milton Keynes Clock and Watch Club is to encourage interest in antique and collectable clocks and watches, enable members to meet, discuss knowledge and advance horological skills with like-minded individuals. We meet regularly for talks and demonstrations on the art & science of horology and associated crafts.

Our membership is made up of amateurs, beginners and professionals who are all equally welcome.

Our interests encompass the collecting, repair and restoration of clocks and watches both antique and modern.

Other expertise within the membership encompasses the restoration of barometers, sundials and antique scientific instruments.

An extensive loan library complemented with members own books aids the further development of horological skills and research.

The Club holds monthly meetings on the fourth Thursday of each month except August. Meetings are held at Sherington Village Hall (see map below and the Programme page for more details)