Association of Open University Graduates

Diary Dates of AOUG in the East Midlands (05)

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Members from any area of Region 05 are able to attend any activities within the Region regardless of your local area and any family or friends may accompany you. Also welcome are any members, family or friends visiting from other Regions or Nations. Just give the Local Contact a ring first so that they are sure to offer you as warm welcome and always look for the copy of OMEGAS on a table or AOUG Backpacks, hats or umbrellas to identify the group.

Sunday 30th October. 11am
Meet at the café at Gainsborough Old Hall, Parnell Street, Gainsborough, DN21 2NB to view one of the best preserved medieval manor houses in the country. Entry costs £7.40 (Concession £5.90), free for English Heritage members. If time permits, we can walk around the interesting town with its ancient buildings.

Saturday 19th November. 11am
Meet at the entrance of Kirby Hall, Deene, Corby, NN17 3EN, signposted off the A43, four miles North-East of Corby. This is a very impressive Elizabethan house with large gardens containing statues and topiary. The property is owned by the Earl of Winchelsea and managed by English Heritage. Entry costs £7.30 (concessions £6.60), free entry for English Heritage members. It is suggested that members bring a packed lunch as there are limited food facilities on site.

Executive Representative – Ramsey Hertzog 01246 414746

Local Contacts
Burton-on-Trent – David Bellaby 01283 214017
Lincoln – Peter Green 01522 569657