Events Programme

2019 Summer Programme starts on 1st May

Summer Programme 2013

 

April

Sat 27th  EMIAC - contact the organisers direct, details on the EMIAC page.

May

3rd  Culworth Forge : SP543470 (members only).

Mon 6th  Model Engineers, Delapre Park : SP 755592.

17th  Cranford Ironstone walk : SP 925769.

24th  Raunds town walk : SP 998728.

31st  Iron Trunk Aqueduct, Wolverton : SP 796408.

June

Fri 7th  Siemens Locomotive Depot - pre-booking required.

Sat 15th  Royal Gunpowder Mills, Waltham Abbey : TL 377006.

Wed 19th  Railtour.

21st  Borough Hill walk, Daventry : SP 585621.

28th  Ringstead walk : SP 970745.

July

5th  Northampton's Boot & Shoe Quarter Part 3 : SP 761607.

Sat 13th  Ruddington Framework Knitters : SK 572330.

                Shardlow inland port : SK 445305.

19th  Oxford Canal at Aynho : SP 494344.

26th  Northampton castle Heritage Trail : SP 750604.

Fri 2nd  Timsons Perfecta works : SP872791 (members only).

Summer Programme

The Committee has organised a number of walks and visits during the summer months catering for all interests and abilities.

Unless stated otherwise these meetings take place on a Friday evening starting at 7:30 pm. Members should contact the appropriate organiser for any last minute changes to the arrangements.

We also welcome non-members who are interested in joining us on any of the walks or visits. Anyone intending to take part in these events should contact the Secretary to obtain further details.

Since most walks involve field footpaths, members and visitors should wear appropriate footwear.

NIAG gives formal notice that it makes arrangements for these events as Agents on behalf of each member attending and that no liability can be accepted by the Group for any injury, loss or inconvenience caused to any member in consequence of the event.

 

Archived summer programmes

For a summary, including images, of the summer events click here for the Photo Gallery page.

 

Winter Programme

Details of the Winter Programme will be available later in the year (August/September).

 

Archived winter programmes

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