TVTEC January Club Meeting

For Tonight’s January Club Meeting we have Alan Stevens showing Old Traction Engine pictures. See you at the Angel, Woolhampton from 7.30pm.


Sam Love with Wallis and Steevens no. 7248 “Pedler”

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TVTEC Christmas meeting

TheĀ  TVTEC Christmas meeting will be held at the Beenham Club on Monday 9th December from 19.45hrs – 23.00hrs.

Picklepythe Lane, Beenham, Reading, RG7 5NT


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November Club Meeting

For our November meeting we have Tim Whale from Tutts Clump Cider ( coming to talk about cider making and his collection of classic vehicles. See you at the Angel from 1930 on Monday 11th November.CRATES

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September Club Meeting

We’re looking forward to seeing you all at the September club meeting (Monday 9th Sept) at the Angel pub, Woolhampton.

This months meeting will be a slide show of working day pictures of various road steam engines and accompanying history, these are from the private photographic collection of club member Tj Leverett. There is a great variety to see from rollers to showmans engines, and even a few engines in trouble. This is not a slide show to be missed, here’s a few pictures to whet your appetite.

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July Meeting Models Might

The July meeting models night will be hosted by Fred and Cheryl Cooper at their Premises in Henwick Lane Thatcham from 6.30 pm

Please feel free to bring your models big and small, steam or other.

For further info contact our secretary on 07787 550824.

Lovely refreshments will be available for donations to the Foster Carers association.

Here’s a slideshow from previous events.

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Important information about June Visit

For those of you joinin us to visit Consuta tomorrow, please note the time has been put back to 2pm.

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June meeting visit to see Consuta


Monday night’s meeting (10th June) at the Angel Wollhampton will just be Noggin and Natter, as we will be visiting the Premesis of the Umpire Steam Launch “Consuta” on Sat 15th June at 1pm.

Consuta was built 120 years ago to carry rowing umpires at the Henley Royal Regatta. Her revolutionary design made her builder, Sam Saunders of Goring-on-Thames, one of the pioneers of high speed sea and aircraft at the beginning of the 20th century.

We are privileged to be able to visit the Consuta trusts premesis, who also have the 1870’s Thornycroft steam launch Cygnet as well.

The best postcode to use is RG8 9NH which is for the Church cottages, Lower Basildon.
Go into Beale Park but once in the grounds carry on along the single track exit road, which is about about quarter mile and brings you to two large barns on the right. Exit the BP gate onto Church Lane. here there is good but limited parking on the lane. BP have asked not to park visitor cars on their property. People can then walk back into the park, to a shed next to the Henley Sales and Charter barns; note however the access is along a grass track into the field.

For more info visit the Consuta web site:


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