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Norfolk Industrial Archaeology Society Our name may be large, but we are a friendly amateur Society, whose members have for over 35 years brought their individual skills, knowledge and interests to further our aims and objectives. Industrial Archaeology is the one archaeological area where the amateur can still contribute as much as any professional.
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Royal Air Force Amateur Radio Society The Aims of the Society are to promote and foster Amateur Radio activities within the Royal Air Force and, through Amateur Radio, to maintain and foster the close bonds that exist between Radio Amateurs who are serving in the Royal Air Force and those who have retired from or have close associations with the Royal Air Force.
The Projected Picture Trust The wanton destruction of projectors and other related professional film equipment prompted a few like-minded preservationists to form The Projected Picture Trust whose proposals were not only to locate the equipment being destroyed, but to renovate it, preserve it and exhibit it for the enjoyment of the public at large. In other words, these people wanted to PRESERVE THE MAGIC OF CINEMA.
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Loughborough War Memorial and Carillon Built in 1922 as a War Memorial. It houses 47 bells, crafted by the local John Taylor Bellfoundry, and its tones can be heard during the regular Thursday and Sunday afternoon concerts in summer months. Inside the building, there is a wealth of exhibits and material relating to all branches of the armed Services with considerable material relating to both World Wars and especially the local links with American forces stationed in Leicestershire during World War II. From the viewing gallery at the top of the Carillon, there are excellant views of the Charnwood area.
Best of British Mag Britain's favourite nostalgia monthly magazine is packed with stories and pictures guaranteed to bring the memories flooding back. Offering page after page of timeless reading, Best of British covers every aspect of life from the 1940's through to today - recording the way it once was and demonstrating what we have in Britain that makes this country so special.