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Next Baker Street Irregulars meeting

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Next week the Baker Street Irregular Astronomers will be holding our next monthly meet at the Hub in Regent's Park London. Our star gazing will be held on 2016 February 21 or 22 or 23. The exact date will be decided on morning of Monday 20 when weather forecasts have been consulted. Anyone is welcome to attend, we are family friendly and the event is completely free of charge; no need to bring any equipment as there is always plenty of telescopes to look through. Last month BBC Radio London attended to interview Irregulars. Search Facebook for Baker Street Irregular Astronomers and visit www.bakerstreetastro.org

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Hi! We promote your "irregular" events on our website hope it helps raise awareness of them!

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17 hours ago, Tarazed said:

Hi! We promote your "irregular" events on our website hope it helps raise awareness of them!

 

17 hours ago, Tarazed said:

Hi! We promote your "irregular" events on our website hope it helps raise awareness of them!

Thanks. Would appreciate a link on your webpage to Baker Street Irregular Astronomers website so those interested may laern more.

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On 14/02/2017 at 15:28, ericemms said:

 

Thanks. Would appreciate a link on your webpage to Baker Street Irregular Astronomers website so those interested may laern more.

Hi ericemms our website already links to the Baker Street Irregular Astronomers website.  All of the events we feature on Go Stargazing link to their respective organisers.

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