We are now requiring advance booking for all events.  This is because, to ensure a good experience, we need to avoid overcrowding.


The reservations are being handled for us by a company called Eventbrite and we recommend you print off this sheet so that it is to hand when doing your first booking (or get this sheet up on your phone and do the booking through a computer!).


Firstly, go on line and enter (watch out that you don't get or eventbrite/get tickets!).


Now scroll down gently  past "Find Your Next Experience" to click on the "Search Events"  box.  Type into that box a key word from the title of the event of your choice (Hesketh, for instance, for the December event or Witchcraft in Exeter for the 10 November talk) and the event title will appear below the box.  Click on that.


If you are choosing a talk at Jurys the screen will now display REGISTER.  Click on that and your email address will be required to send you your tickets.  These events are free to members.  If you are not a member, do book your place and we will ask you for your payment at the door (usually £3 - which amount is returned if you join on the night).


If you are choosing an event requiring payment in advance, follow the instructions above and, when the screen displays TICKETS  click on that and then click on CHECKOUT.  Your email details will be required (to send you your ticket) and your card details for payment.  


All talks are now on the second Thursday of alternate months (February, April, June, August, October & December).                                          All meetings start at 7 pm and are held at JURYS INN, Western Way, Exeter EX1 2DB.                                                                  Free parking is available from 6pm in the Triangle Car Park at the rear of Jurys.                                                                                Walks/visits are usually on the second Wednesday of alternate months (January, March, May, July, September November). 

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