All Felixstowe Meetings are held at the Salvation Army Hall in Cobbold Road  (map)

Other monthly meetings are held at Kesgrave, Saxmundham and Woodbridge or you can see them all by clicking here



September 2015 – June 2016

1 October

Felixstowe 10.30am

Sutton Hoo: a window on a cosmopolitan civilisation that remains tantalisingly obscure - David Phelan.

5 November

Felixstowe 10.30am

The Asiago Plateau - Battle in the Clouds: a WW1 battle fought on the Italian front - Antony Pittaccio.

7 January

Felixstowe 10.30am

GPS and SatNav: how it works, the technology that has made it possible and some of the amazing facts that lie behind its success - John Midwinter.

4 February

Felixstowe 10.30am

The Work of a Wildlife Crime Officer: an illustrated talk covering numerous cases and problems regularly encountered, current legislation and its associated issues - Barry Kaufmann-Wright.

3 March

Felixstowe 10.30am

The Foundling Hospital and Museum: an insight into the Foundling Hospital established in 1739 by the philanthropist Thomas Coram to care for babies at risk of abandonment - Ruth Miller.

7 April

Felixstowe 10.30am

Change of programme: John Constable - a life of adversity: the story of Constable’s determination and struggle to get his unique and challenging style of painting accepted within British culture - Geo Fradgley.

5 May

Felixstowe 10.30am

Change of programme:  Saving the Remains of Britain’s Wartime Radar : at the start of WW2, a chain of twenty radar stations already stretched from Ventnor to Netherbutton. This talk will describe the remarkable story of the development of British radar and how the site at Bawdsey played its part. - Mary Wain (Chair of the Bawdsey Radar Trust).