Events for
14 January 2022    -    21 March 2022
14 January 2022
  • Friday Members Night

    07:30pm   to    10:30pm

    Our regular Friday Member’s Only night, opening from 19:30 until late.

18 January 2022
  • Tuesday Members Night

    07:30pm   to    10:30pm

    Our regular Tuesday Member’s Only night, opening from 19:30 until late.

21 January 2022
  • Friday Members Night

    07:30pm   to    10:30pm

    Our regular Friday Member’s Only night, opening from 19:30 until late.

24 January 2022
25 January 2022
  • Tuesday Members Night

    07:30pm   to    10:30pm

    Our regular Tuesday Member’s Only night, opening from 19:30 until late.

28 January 2022
  • Cancelled - Young Astronomers Evening

    06:30pm   to    08:30pm

    Unfortunately we have to postpone our January Young Astronomer's evenings.  Details of the rescheduled event will be on our website and our Facebook page

  • Friday Members Night

    07:30pm   to    09:30pm

    Our regular Friday Member’s Only night, opening from 19:30 until late.

01 February 2022
  • Public Open Night

    07:30pm   to    09:30pm

    First Tuesday in month is our regular public open night

04 February 2022
  • Friday Members Night

    07:30pm   to    10:30pm

    Our regular Friday Member’s Only night, opening from 19:30 until late.

08 February 2022
  • Tuesday Members Night

    07:30pm   to    10:30pm

    Our regular Tuesday Member’s Only night, opening from 19:30 until late.




Events & News

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sorry we are closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic 2nd lockdown.  Details of when we will reopen will appear on here and our face book page.

 

 STELLARIUM - Probably the best free planetarium program around! 

http://www.stellarium.org/en_GB/

 

 

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Do you use Amazon?
You can now ask them to donate to WYAS through their Smile Charity donation scheme.
Just click this link to see more.

 

 

 

Thanks to Eric Wiley for the donation to the

StarGazing Live raffle.

 

Fancy building a telescope from scratch?

Or how about a cardboard steam engine!

Have a go at a cardboard newtonian.

 

www.AstroMediaShop.co.uk 

 

 

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