Wednesday, September 6th, 2017
Speaker: Dr James Mason
On 28th November 1979, Air New Zealand DC-10 crashed into Mount Erebus in Antarctica on a sightseeing over flight of the Ross Island area of Antarctica. This incident was a significant shock to New Zealand society which still has repercussions to this day. Commencing at 20.00 hours (8pm) in the Druitt hall, off the high street, Christchurch.
Wednesday, November 1st, 2017
Commencing at 20.00 hours (8pm) in the Druitt hall, off the high street, Christchurch.
Meetings are held in the newly refurbished Druitt Hall, adjacent to the library, off the High Street, Christchurch Dorset at 20:00 hours (8pm). Charges: £10 Annual Subscription (May to May), or £3 visitors at the door. Facilities: Toilets and Disabled Access. Refreshments of coffee, tea and biscuits are served during the evening for 50p. We would be delighted to welcome you, your family and friends.
The Society was formed as the Sea Vixen Society in 1983 to commemorate and celebrate the aviation history of Christchurch and to enable like-minded Aviation enthusiasts to meet, be entertained and have a chat on a regular basis - a format which is very much the heart of the Society today.