Old Friends

London West


Welcome to the Old Southeronians'

Association - London West Branch

We normally hold a variety of social events during the year across the London West patch, and we are gradually bringing them back to life after the hiatus of the past year.   Details of forthcoming get-togethers are shown below. 

Rambles are normally on the second Tuesday of each month, and this year will run June - November.

Our monthly lunchtime socials at Woking Railway Athletic Club, on the first Wednesday of each month, will hopefully recommence in July 2021.

Forthcoming Events in London West Branch

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Wednesday 7th July 2021
Lunchtime socials at Woking Railway Athletic Club re-commence (monthly on the first Wednesday)

Thursday 8th July 2021
Visit to Seaton Tramway in Devon (pre-booking is essential).  A minimum of 12 participants is required for the trip to run as shown in the newsletter. The private depot opening has been confirmed. See details below of how to book.


Walking Sticks

Tuesday 13th July 2021
Ramble commencing Birmingham New Street concourse at 11.00hrs.  See newsletter for details.

The Old Southeronians' Association AGM  had been planned for Wednesday 14th July, but has been postponed due to the delay in lifting Covid restrictions. 


Tuesday 10th August 2021
Ramble - details to appear in summer newsletter.

Wednesday 1st September 2021
London West Branch AGM
Convenes at 11.45 for 12.00 start at Woking Railway Athletic Club.

Tuesday 14th September 2021
Ramble commencing 10.30 at Basingstoke station for a 5 mile rural walk. Details will be in summer newsletter.

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Thursday 8th July 2021
A visit to Seaton Tramway with a depot visit (not normally open to the public).  Must be pre-booked, as explained in the London West Branch Spring newsletter, and a minimum of 12 people are needed for the trip to run as specified and at the price quoted.  Travel by the 08.20 Waterloo to Exeter service to Axminster, then bus to Seaton.   Price is £10 per head (minimum 12 people required).

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