Events

Meetings take place at 7pm in the Science Centre, Malvern College, College Road, Malvern WR14 3DF

Next Meeting will be:

      • Wednesday 13th May 2020 – Paul Manning –  “Avoiding ‘Fatal Attraction’ – The story of Metrasens”

Metrasens is a QinetiQ spin-out company which had it origins following a serious MRI accident in the USA.  Paul will tell the story of how it went from an idea for improving MRI safety, to being a Malvern-based manufacturing and services company employing over 60 people. Paul will hopefully also bring along one of there security screening products for people to play with after the talk

Refreshments will be available afterwards

Please invite anyone else you feel might be interested – there is plenty of room.

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Details of Previous Meetings can be found here :

To find the Science Centre and to see the dates for 2020 see bottom of this page.

Refreshments will be available afterwards, new faces are always welcome. Admission is free for Members. We ask for a donation from non-members to help with society overheads. 

Please invite anyone else you feel might be interested – there is plenty of room

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Dates of public meetings in 2020

For your diary, future dates and talks will be:

  • Wednesday 8th July – Faith Renger: “The invasion of Malvern 1939-1946”
  • Wednesday 9th September – Potter, Pygott & Williams: “After Colossus”

Check back for more information.

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How to find The Science Centre

Please park in College Road and walk south (away from the town centre) turn left just past the main college building and then right. The science centre is ahead of you. There is a small amount of parking next to the building – please keep this free for those with limited mobility. The disabled entrance is to the left of the building; go up two floors in the lift.  See map below.

Map

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1 Response to Events

  1. Brian danks says:

    I am interested in finding out any information about radar development at Malvern during ww2 as my father worked there from 1939 _ 1945 thank you. Brian Dan’s email address is joudanks@outlook.com

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