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March 2020 ( AND FINAL ) Edition.
Below are links to PDF's containing issues of Bits-and-Bytes
produced by none other than Adrian Turner, so enjoy !
The March of Time continues and below is the 50th
(and Final) issue of Bits and Bytes.
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Please continue to use the site and it will remain as it is:-
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Below are the known meetings of Pensioners groups in the UK
We have recieved news from Don Dempsey of the
LIVERPOOL pensioners meeting dates:-
Second Wednesday of the Month at around 12pm at
Blackler's Weatherspoon in Liverpool
Feel free to go and join your mates !
The 2020 KENT RETIRED ENGINEER's proposed meetup dates are:-
4th June, August 6th and December the 3rd.
at The Moat meetup time is 12:30 onwards.
LONDON PENSIONERS Meeting :-
The following proposed dates are planned for 2020,
Wednesday the 15th of April and the 21st of October
At the ,
just down from Holborn tube, London,
from 12:00 hrs on,
The next agreed MODMOB meeting date will be:-
Published here soon
As usual will be the
The Moon on the Mall Hostelry, in Whitehall just down
from Trafalgar Square, about 12:00 hrs onwards,
so come along and say
Anyone who is retired or active and wishes to meet up with individuals
who worked anywhere on MOD contracts or in the group are welcome.
Lots of people worked in CHOTS as well as in the main MOD team and all
are welcome, security clearance not required, just bring a smile.
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for enquiries and one of us will get back to you, and we hope to
publish more meeting dates soon.
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