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CAS Observation Evening 2023

Hello! As posted in the news letter, we will be having an observation evening, details quoted below. CAS Observation Evening Friday, 17th November 2023

"I am pleased to report that we have organised an observation evening, on Friday, 17th November 2023 at Hargrave Village Hall. I have given below some details about the evening and if you have any questions, please let me know. As with all observation evenings, we are dependent upon the weather. Against that background, various CAS Committee Members will congregate at Hargrave at 1800 hours in order to assess the sky cover and viewing conditions. If the weather is good, we will go ahead as planned. If the weather is poor, we will try to put something on the website to that effect, but stating that Members and their Guests are still welcome to congregate at Hargrave for coffee & chat, plus, for those who wish to bring their scopes, the opportunity to discuss with the Members any problems that they might have in operating their telescope." Start time : As from 1830 hours for those wishing to set-up ; 1900 hours for all others

End time : 2359 hours.

Location : The grassed area opposite the Village Hall, Old Hall Lane, Hargrave. The Village

Hall is adjacent to St. Peter’s Church in Hargrave. (NOT the St. Peter’s Church

opposite the Burley Hall, Waverton !)

Map reference : N 53° 09.277, W 2° 46.318 (Tom Tom)

N 53°.154229 , W 2°.771031 (Google)

Theme.restored.drummers (What3Words)

By the bus stops signs (for traditionalists) Email or comment for any further questions castro.committee1@gmail.com

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