The Milton Keynes branch of the British Horological Institute – Milton Keynes Clock Club – will be amongst the 40 clubs and societies attending the Midlands Model Engineering Exhibition next week.
The group, which promotes the art of horology in all its forms, are a club whose members share a common interest in clocks and watches - old and new.
The Milton Keynes group is a branch of the wider British Horological Institute which was formed in 1858 and has around 3,000 members nationwide.
It will be the third year running at the Midlands Model Engineering Exhibition for the Milton Keynes horologists. The exhibition, which is being held at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre near Leamington Spa from October 17 to 21, presents an excellent opportunity to showcase their clocks and share their skills and wealth of knowledge to the 11,000 visitors who attend the exhibition annually.
The Milton Keynes club meets at Sherington Village Hall at 7.30pm on every fourth Thursday of the month and always welcomes new members or visitors or why not visit their stand at the Midlands Model Engineering Exhibition, which features over 1,000 superb models, demonstrations and a free lecture programme alongside over 50 specialist suppliers, visit the website for further details