Group Nights are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.30 p.m.
In view of the pandemic, these are currently held on-line until further notice using Zoom.
Invitations are emailed to group members a few days prior to the meeting and these contain this link which once clicked, will give access to the session. It is now the same link for each session.
Meeting ID: 840 2554 8565
Next event – Zoom
9th November 2021 Road Safety Week (15th to 21st November) – Road Safety/Making Journeys Safer. Speaker Holly Jacobs, Road Safety Department, Suffolk County Council.
7th December 2021 Christmas Dinner at The Bull, Wanstead – Limited places, further details will be found in the Winter edition of RoadWorthy.
11th January Speaker 2022 – t.b.c.
8th February 2022 Elliott Blackburn, Nextbase Dash Cams – Why have a Dash Cam? Nextbase Insurance, Police Portal System and a technology update.
8th March 2022 AGM (t.b.c.) “Motoring Update”. Nick Fearn. Further details to follow.
12th October 2021 “Tax, Care & Toy Boys – 2021 update” with Norman Beauchamp (Co-Op Estate Planning).
14th September 2021 Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Trust – The Work of the Air Ambulance with EHAAT Volunteer Peter Hennessey.
10th August 2021 Pauline O’Connor – “Living with Mild Brain Injury”. Difficulties of diagnoses and recovery from post-concussion syndrome and getting back on the road!
13th July 2021 Martin Diss, IAM Examiner. “Preparing for your Advanced Driving Test”, good commentary and more.
8th June 2021 “Fraud & Scam Awareness” with Penny Latham
13th April 2021 AGM followed by presentation “Ford Mobility – Vehicle Connectivity & FordPass” with Owen Mabbott
9th March 2021 “Crime Squad at Heathrow Airport” with Andy Lucker (former DC with Metroplotan Police & British Transport Police)
9th February 2021 “A Day in the Life of a Paramedic”, by real-life Paramedic, Eliya Ferguson
12th January 2021 “Advancement in Car Technology”, Chris Taylor, Ford Motor Company
8th December 2020 “Traffic Road Safety” by Graham Feest, Road Safety Consultant
10th November 2020 “London Air Ambulance” by Nigel Richardson, a volunteer and former patient of the service