Programme

As the Corona Virus Pandemic develops the Committee is continually assessing how meetings can be held.  Following our successful “virtual” AGM, we continue to hold other meetings online using Zoom, so check back here frequently. We will give as much notice as possible and email notifications will be sent out. If you think you may not be on the email list, please contact Secretary@MKCWC.org.uk 

AT LAST

Our next MKCWC meeting wewill be together in Sherington Village Hall at a Bring & Buy & Discuss meeting.

There will be a book stall where surplus duplicate books from our library will be for sale together with others of horological interest.

One main feature will be the sale of tools, clocks and parts  from the late Colin Wooding’s workshop, a list (still not comprehensive) of which can be seen via the Excel file on the Members part of our website.

Please bring along anything horological that you wish to sell or discuss

It is requested that 5% of any takings is donated to club funds.

Our wonderful ladies will be providing refreshments in a cover-Safe manner.

Of course, except for this meeting, please do not travel to the hall unless an entry on this page specifically says that there is a Physical Meeting and the venue is stated as Sherington Village Hall.

Event Information:

  • Thu
    28
    Oct
    2021

    Repeating Watches presented by Peter Miller, the Training Manager at Patek Phillipe

    7:30 pmOnline Zoom Meeting
    Codes for the Zoom access will be sent out to those on our email list. If you aren't sure if you are on the list, or you haven't received your link / codes please email our acting Secretary at Secretary@MKCWC.org.uk
    If you need help with joining a Zoom meeting, we have a helpful guide in this pdf

Once the Covid 19 virus pandemic has been overcome, our regular Monthly Meetings will be held on the 4th Thursday of each month except August. Our normal venue is Sherington Village Hall – see below for maps – but check entries as there are occasional excursions.

John (Longitude) Harrison has two memorials; one in a Hampstead graveyard and the other in Westminster Abbey which was unveiled by the Duke of Edinburgh on 28/3/2006