Philip Evans presents an Award in the Regions and
Nations at the Region 04 Annual Summer Meal
Welcome to AOUG in the West Midlands (04)
The Region has a great deal to offer. Our events and activities have brought members from the West Midlands together as well as members from other Regions and Nations and the Rest of the World. Birmingham is Britain’s second largest city and the Region has a rich local history. There are twenty-three Sites of Special Scientific Interest [SSSIs] and five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty [AONBs] in the West Midlands, its highest point being at Turners Hill [271m]. The Industrial Revolution was triggered by the Lunar Society based in Birmingham which held its regular lunar monthly meetings at Soho House, Handsworth.
Our events and activities give an opportunity to our members to meet old friends who studied together, and to make new friends. These meetings create fellowship and bring back memories of Open University studies.
Members, family and friends from any Region or Nation are welcome to join our events. We appreciate your support.
Executive Repsentative and Wolverhampton Coffee Mornings – Mohammad Motawalla 01902 771328 firstname.lastname@example.org
North Staffordshire – Keith Ward 01782 316429 Mobile 07981 744451 email@example.com