Will our Speakers please bring their own laptop etc rather than a memory stick if at all possible; the Branch does have its own laptop but may not be made easily and quickly compatible with your memory stick just prior to a meeting.

'Coat of arms' of the British Horological Institute


Our 'West Country Clock and Watch Fairs' are held and managed by Committee members of the Bristol Branch of the British Horological Institute  (B.H.I.)

With regret our talks for most of 2021 are cancelled, a draft Programme from September 2021

is shown below - BUT CHECK BACK


We meet monthly on a Monday at the 'Globe Inn' near Bath where we have our own dedicated and comfortable room with video cameras, multi-media projectors etc. and an excellent selection of food and drink is available.

 The Globe web site is:   http://www.vintageinn.co.uk/theglobenewtonsaintloe/ 

A map showing the Globe can be found at: Globe Map       -- Register your car to avoid a fine!

You are warmly invited to attend our Branch meetings where you will find a friendly group of keen amateur

and professional horlogists from all walks of life. You may wish to consider joining the B.H.I., their web site is: http://www.bhi.co.uk/    but you do not need to be  a member to come to our Branch meetings.

                             All Branch meetings are completely FREE to attend and no collection is made.


These website pages will be updated  as the site is improved even further by our team of computer experts. 










                   

         














These programmes, superbly produced by Owen Gilchrist Hon.MBHI

our Programme Secretary, are subject to alteration at short notice.

 For more information phone:

 Owen 07804 816724 evenings or by text


or   Malcolm 01761 462218 


Meetings start at 19:30 prompt.

Members arrive for food and a chat from about 18:15

       

 


                                                         


Bristol  Branch  British Horological Institute   2021


Our draft 2021 Programme of talks is shown below - check back before travelling.


          

   Sept 27th       Richard Edwards ‘The History of the Automatic Watch’ TBC

 

   Oct  25th        Douglas Bateman FBHI ‘The Greenwich Time Ball’

 

   Nov 29th        David Thompson  FBHI 'Early English Watches 1580 t0 1680'

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    December No meeting