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Thames Valley Traction Engine Club Website manager

Meeting tonight

Quick reminder the February meeting is tonight from 7:30pm at the Englefield Social Club, we have a film show of previously unseen and recently digitised 8mm cine film for this evenings show, so bring your popcorn! We look forward to … Continue reading

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February Meeting News

Hi All TVTEC members, If the recent weather has been getting you down then we might have the perfect way to perk you up! For the next club meeting on February 12th we have a wonderful film show of previously … Continue reading

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Club Garments now available

Bring your hard cash to the club meeting tonight, for we now have a range of clothing available embroidered with the clubs new logo. Prices are as follows: Fleece £25.00 Jumper £22.50 Polo shirt £17.50 See below for images modeled … Continue reading

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Christmas Meeting

The Christmas meeting will take place tomorrow from 7.30 at Englefield Social Club. A full buffet will be provided. Please bring along any video’ / Photo’s / Books that you may want to share.

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Museum of English Rural Life talk at tonights meeting.

We do hope you can join us this evening for the November meeting, we have a speaker from The Museum of English Rural Life giving a general talk on the museum and it’s collections. Also remember the TVTEC 2018 calendar … Continue reading

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Its arrived! The 2018 TVTEC Calendar.

Available to buy from Monday 13th November at the club meeting, just £5 and perfect as a gift for the steamy, oily, rust enthusiast in your life.

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Winter Work Underway

If you’re easily upset look away now! Last night Harry Cotgreave took the gas axe to Sentinel S6 steam waggon 8928, calm down it wasn’t a recreation of a 1950’s scrap yard giving a steam engine the big chop up, … Continue reading

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