Clubs, by meeting day:

Monday (15) Tuesday (16) Wednesday (12) Thursday (8) Friday (3) Sunday (1)

Clubs meeting on Thursdays

Burnham Beeches meet 19.30 for 20.00 at The Tudor Barn South Bucks Bridge Centre, Britwell Road, Burnham, SL1 8DF Tel: 01753 642330.

Note: Note: Once you are in Britwell Road look out for the entrance board for Grenville Court. Having taken the turning then turn left into Brightwell Grange and to the Tudor Barn

Didcot meet 12.15 at Steventon House Hotel, Milton Hall, Abingdon, OX13 6AB Tel: 01235 831223.

Note: (5th contact sec)

Gerrards Cross & Chalfont St. Peter meet 12:00 for 12:30 at Ethorpe Hotel Packhorse Road Gerrards Cross Buckinghamshire SL9 8HX Tel: 01753 882039.

Note: Our meetings are held on Thursday evening on the second and fourth Thursday of the month, 6.30 for 7pm. The Ethorpe Hotel charges for parking. If you are lunching with us, tell reception and ask for a free parking voucher.

Langley & Iver meet 19:30 at Pinewood Hotel. Wexham Park Lane. George Green. Slough. Berks SL3 6AP Tel: 01753 896400.

Note: We now meet up every Thursday and sit down to eat at 19:30 hours

Marlow meet 12:00 for 12:30 at Grouse & Ale Lane End, Bucks HP14 3JG HP14 3JG Tel: .

Note: If there is a 5th Thursday in the month we hold a partners meeting at a larger venue - contact secretary 01628 481296 for details - everyone is welcome

Oxford Isis meet 1900 for 1930 at Please refer to the relevant meeting and/or contact Bob Fitchett for further details by e-mail We meet at The Oxford Golf Club, Hill Top Road, Oxford OX4 1PF Tel: 01865 242158.

Note: We meet fortnightly on 2nd and 4th Thursdays each month. On 5th Thursday's we arrange special guest evenings, so please check before setting out. Many thanks.

Reading Abbey meet 19.15 for 19.45 at The Crowne Plaza Hotel Caversham Bridge Richfield Avenue Reading RG1 8BD Tel: .
Slough meet 18:15 -18.:45 sharp at The Copthorne Hotel,1 Cippenham Lane, Slough, Berks. SL1 2YE Tel: 01753 516222.

Note: 2nd, 4th and 5th Thursdays.

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How District 1090 is managed

The main Grandstand is the venue for this year's Conference

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District Specialist Officers


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