|Thurs 15 Sep 2011
||Denis Rattenbury The New Riverside Transport Museum |
Glasgow built ships, locos, cars and bikes for
the world. Riverside shows how this changed all of our lives. This virtual tour will be followed up by a real life one.
|Thurs 20 Oct 2011||Brian Hill - Roses Lace Mill
Roses Lace Mill is the last such mill in Ayrshire. Its
Scottish Lace is manufactured on traditional Nottingham Lace
Looms in the Irvine Valley.
|Thurs 17 Nov 2011||Bernard Thain Sustainable Fishing|
The fish have all gone from the Clyde
or have they? Bernard is the owner of Fins Seafood Restaurant near Fairlie.
|Thurs 8 Dec 2011||Quiz night|
Just for fun!
|Thurs 19 Jan 2012||New Historical sites to visit!|
John will be in touch in December looking for volunteers to show a few pictures and say a few words about a site of historical interest visited during this year. John will do any scanning and preparation needed.
|Thurs 16 Feb 2012||Isabel Garrett Burns as an Observer|
Burns an observer of people, humour and life in general.
|Thurs 15 Mar 2012||John Rattenbury Lighthouses of the Clyde|
The story of navigation in the Clyde and the lighthouses that helped guide ships to safety.
|Thurs 19 Apr 2012||Roger Watts FRSGS South with the Scotia|
The Scotia, an ex-whaling ship rebuilt by the Ailsa Shipbuilding Company, sailed from Troon in 1902 carrying Dr W. S. Bruce and his party on a highly successful Scottish expedition to the Antarctic. This is the story of that historic voyage.
|Thurs 17 May 2012||AGM|
Members only meeting to be held at Culzean.
|June (probably) 2012||Summer Outing to be arranged|