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Monday 2 January 2023


 Hi There,

Sorry I haven't updated the web page in a while but am here now to do thus.

The dates for 2023 are on the events page. We've changed to Tuesday evenings as some visitors noted that weekends weren't good for them. Same location though with a 7:30pm start time.

Friday 31 December 2021

 Hi All,

We are pleased to present the EEAC introduction to astrophotography day. If you've wanted to take images of the night sky but don't know where to start or have taken some images but don't know how to process them then this may be for you.

The day will be held at the village hall in Burnham on Saturday 19th February from 10am to 3pm, with a chance to practice in the evening if clear.

Please email us for more information.

 Hi All,

The schedule for 2022 is now on the events page.

Saturday 24 July 2021

And off we go...

 Hi there,

What a year. Since having to cancel the introduction to astronomy course in March 2020 we've not been able to meet.

However now that there's a good vaccine programme and restrictions being lifted we're going to get things going again.

We will be holding the Introduction to Astronomy course on Saturday 4th September at the Burnham Village Hall from 10am. eMail for details and booking form

On Saturday 2nd and 9th October and Saturday 13th November  we will be supporting the Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome with an observing event. We will have various telescopes for viewing the night sky. These are not our events and need to be booked via the Stow website (the events are, as of writing, not on their site so keep visiting).

Saturday 16th October, Saturday 20th November and 11th December will be usual club meetings at the Burnham village hall, talk topics to to be arranged. Talks start at 7:15pm with doors open at 6:45pm. All welcome, under 16s to be accompanied by a responsible adult. Non-members £3 adult and £1 child, members £2 adult children free.

Monday 10 August 2020

 Quick one for you all.

We are running an introduction to astronomy day on Saturday 14th November to tie in with international astronomy week.

The day will help you understand many astronomical terms, how objects move around the sky, how to observe, explain different types of telescope and how to take simple photos of the nigh sky.

Please email us for more details.

Sunday 1 March 2020

Last Chance...

Hi All,

Last chance to book for Saturday's introduction to astronomy day. Let us know by Tuesday evening by commenting on this post and we will book you in.

Saturday 15 February 2020


Hi All,

Couple of quick updates for you.

1) Don't forget to book your place at the introduction to astronomy day on 7th March. Comment on this  post for further details and booking form.

2) The next observing evening at the Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome is on Saturdy 22nd February. Book via their site (use the link on the post below).

3) I've changed the date of the April meeting after being reminded that the original date was Easter Saturday and it's possible that people will be out and about visiting. The new date is Saturday 18th April, original times and topics.