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Regular meetings with Whitby & District Astronomical Society

  • Whitby and District Astronomical Society monthly meeting

    The first Tuesday of the month from January 2022 to December 2022

    Bruce Observatory - Whitby School, Whitby, YO21 1LA

    The Whitby and District Astronomical Society meet on the first Tuesday of each month at the Caedmon College Normanby Site (also home to the Bruce Observatory and known as Whitby College or Whitby School). Meetings take place in Room H1. Everyone is welcome to join them for a night sky tour using planetarium software and topical discussions on astronomy.

Forthcoming events by Whitby & District Astronomical Society

Below is a list of events by Whitby & District Astronomical Society. View on a calendar.

  • Whitby and District Astronomical Society monthly meeting

    Tuesday 6th September 2022 from 19:30pm to 20:15pm

    Bruce Observatory - Whitby School, Whitby, YO21 1LA

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  • Whitby and District Astronomical Society monthly meeting

    Tuesday 4th October 2022 from 19:30pm to 20:15pm

    Bruce Observatory - Whitby School, Whitby, YO21 1LA

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  • Whitby and District Astronomical Society monthly meeting

    Tuesday 1st November 2022 from 19:30pm to 20:15pm

    Bruce Observatory - Whitby School, Whitby, YO21 1LA

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  • Whitby and District Astronomical Society monthly meeting

    Tuesday 6th December 2022 from 19:30pm to 20:15pm

    Bruce Observatory - Whitby School, Whitby, YO21 1LA

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Event locations used by Whitby & District Astronomical Society

  • Bruce Observatory – Whitby School

    Prospect Hill, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 1LA

    Astronomical Society, Observatory

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  • West Cliff – Whitby

    17 Royal Crescent, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 3HT

    Public Venue

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