FoVT Social Evening
Talk by Bob Meanley ‘Looking Back’
Please note that this is a Members Only event
|WHEN:||Thursday 12 September 2019|
|WHERE:||Tyseley Working Mens’ Club, 573 Warwick Rd, Birmingham B11 2E|
|TIME:||Doors open 6.30 pm, talk start 7.00 pm|
|Refreshments, including a finger buffet, are included and a cash bar will be available
|Please register using the registration form – there are a limited number of seats available and entry to the evening may be refused unless you have registered.
The Friends of Vintage Trains is holding its first social evening on Thursday, 12 September 2019, at the Tyseley WMC, just across the road from Tyseley Locomotive works, at 6.30 p.m. We are delighted that Bob Meanley, who has recently stepped down as managing director of Tyseley Locomotive Works after 20 years in the role, has agreed to give a talk entitled Looking Back. Les Ross, who is well-known for his time at BRMB, will be joining us for the evening and will be in discussion with Bob after Bob’s talk – audience involvement is encouraged.
The timetable for the evening is:
- 6.30: Doors open. Complimentary tea/coffee/biscuits available.
- 7.00: Bob’s talk starts
- 8.00: Refreshment break and raffle. The bar will be open and a complimentary finger buffet will be available
- 8.30: Bob will be in conversation with Les Ross
- 9.30: Finish
There is no charge to members of the Friends of Vintage Trains for the evening, who may bring one guest in return for a suggested donation to cover the additional refreshment costs. Free car parking will be available at the Tyseley Locomotive Depot car park; the gates will close at 6.55pm.. There are a limited number of seats so please register for this social using the registration form – entry to the evening may be refused unless you have registered. Since this is a social for Friends of Vintage Trains members, with refreshment and other costs being covered by the Friends, please be prepared to show your membership card on arrival.
Please note that Community Benefit Society Shareholders who did not take the added benefit of membership of the Vintage Trains Society (the forerunner of Friends of Vintage Trains) and Tyseley volunteers are not automatically members of the Friends of Vintage Trains and unfortunately are not eligible to attend this social event unless they have also joined the Friends of Vintage Trains.
This is the first in an occasional series of Members’ social events, and your Committee would welcome any thoughts for future social events. Please let us know using the registration form or on the evening.