Next Meetings

14 February
Informal, 12:15pm BOD Bar and Cafe, Yoxall Way, Streethay WS13 8FT (next to the Co-op)

Good selection of guest and locally brewed Titanic Beers and ales, plus snacks and bigger meals, coffee and so on.
18 February
Ladies' Lunch 12:30 for 1:00pm at Whittington Heath Golf Club - bookings now closed!
28 February
President's Night 7:00 for 7:30pm at Whittington Heath Golf Club - details on main page:
Presidents Night 2024

Please book-in and pay ASAP
13 March
Informal, details TBC
27 March
Formal Speaker Meeting 7:15 for 7:30pm at Whittington Heath Golf Club - Ioannis Fylakas "My Big Fat Greek Story"

Please book-in or apologise by 6 p.m. Thursday 21 March to John Godson:
Meetings – Booking in and Apologies

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President’s Night 28th Feb 2024 – final call

Don’t forget, book in and pay as soon as possible: there are still a few places left, and still a few who have promised to come but haven’t yet confirmed.

As a reminder:

Come and join National President Steve James and Lichfield President Roger Davies for his Welsh Themed President’s Night at the Whittington Heath Golf Club. 

  • When   28th February 2024
  • Time    7.00pm for 7.45pm meal
  • Dress   Lounge suits plus Jewels
  • Cost     £40 a head for a 4-course meal to include wine, women and song!! Please indicate if you have any allergies or other dietary needs such as a vegetarian meal. As we will be having a raffle for our President’s Charity, please bring a £5.00 note for the event.
  • Please book in and pay as soon as possible to make everyone’s life easier, but especially President Roger’s!
  • Payment Detail   On Line to Lichfield 41 Club (details already emailed round)

Hartley’s Technical Library

Should any of you need further background information following Simon Trevelyan’s talk on atomic bombs, Vice Chair Roger is pleased to offer, on loan, specimens from his extensive collection of warfare manuals:

And whilst we are on the subject, cast your minds back to 1980, when Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark released “Enola Gay“, a haunting reminder of the first wartime atomic bomb drop.

(There were many anti-war songs back then: 99 Red Balloons by Nena and Two Tribes by Frankie goes to Hollywood, to name but a couple.)