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Post by mcmahos » Wed May 04, 2011 9:46 pm

Can I put a wee reminder out to anyone involved with the various shipping societies and clubs based around the Clyde that I'll happily publish your meetings on the main site in the Events section once you have the next season's syllabuses ready. There's only one date left in the current calendar for the 6th May!
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Post by Deepol » Thu May 05, 2011 10:25 am

Will do certainly.
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Post by duncanwilson » Sat May 07, 2011 4:56 pm

John Martin, retired Master with Caledonian MacBrayne, will address the West Highland Steamer Club on Friday 28th October 2011. Title of address TBC.
Richard Orr has also agreed to address the Club.

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Post by Deepol » Tue Sep 06, 2011 10:10 am

Winter 2011-12 Syllabusses for the Coastal Cruising Association, Clyde Shiplovers and World Ship Society Firth of Clyde Branch. Everyone most welcome to come along of an evening. The WSS meetings are at Ardgowan Primary School, Newton Street in Greenock just along from the Watt College and start at 7.30pm
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Post by mcmahos » Tue Sep 06, 2011 1:23 pm

Thanks for adding those, Paul - will add them in to the What's on section of the main site.
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Post by duncanwilson » Tue Sep 06, 2011 9:10 pm

Referring to my post on 7th May John Martin's presentation is entitled "Reminiscences of a Retired CalMac Master".

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Post by Deepol » Wed Sep 07, 2011 1:47 pm

mcmahos wrote:Thanks for adding those, Paul - will add them in to the What's on section of the main site.
Thanks- went to the wrong bit...... :(
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Post by davidwat » Wed Sep 07, 2011 2:18 pm

John Martin was my oppo on IoA when I retired in 1960.
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Post by Angus Mac Kinnon » Wed Sep 07, 2011 3:22 pm

Eh - you've been retired 51 years ? Jings, you must be around 114 ..... must be all that Guinness :lol:
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Post by davidwat » Thu Sep 08, 2011 1:25 pm

Well spotted, Oh Ancient One-------should have said 2000, of course.
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Post by Deepol » Tue Sep 25, 2012 12:57 pm

I'll post the full thing in due course whe my scanner starts behaving itself but until then the first meeting of the World Ship Society Firth of Clyde Branch takes place this Thursday 27th 7.30 at Ardgowan Primary School on Newton Street in Greenock.
Iain Forsyth will present a digital show " Gallic Getaway"- a cruise on QM2.
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Post by alasdairmac » Tue Sep 25, 2012 2:13 pm

Anyone got any idea whats happening for the PSPS Scottish Branch winter season? Normally starts off in October but there is no sign of the syllabus having been published yet.

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Post by SCameron » Tue Sep 25, 2012 2:17 pm

Stuart,

Not strictly speaking one of the enthusiast bodies but some of the lectures have a Clyde / maritime background and visitors are welcome although some require reservations to be made. Apologies - too late for first couple of meetings.


Lecture Programme and Venues for 2012-2013

Tuesday 18th September 2012, 4pm
Special lecture for prospective engineers
‘Commitment, Value, Excellence….Engineered’
Frazer Mackay, Venue - Adelaide Place Church, 209 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4HZ

Wednesday, 19th September 2012 - The University Lecture
‘Innovative ideas – High Speed Railplane’
Speaker – Harry Osborn, Venue - Glasgow Caledonian University, 3pm

Tuesday 25th September 2012 - Presidential Address
‘Professional Engineer – Holistic Thinker?’
Speaker – Professor Iain MacLeod, Venue- The Trust Hall, Clydeport Building, 5.30pm for 6.15pm

Tuesday 23rd October 2012 - Members Night
Energy- the need for a total system study for electricity generation
Venue tbc

Tuesday 6th November 2012 – MacMillan Memorial Lecture
‘Engineering Alchemy’
Speaker – Ed McCann, Venue tbc

Thursday 13th December 2012 - Joint Meeting with RINA and ICE
‘Rosyth Dockyard Improvements’
Speaker – xxxx - , Venue tbc

Tuesday 15th January 2013 - Joint meeting with IMarEST,
‘MAN 2 Stroke Gas Engines’
Speaker – Otto Winkel, Venue - Strathclyde University, McCance Building, Lecture Theatre 1, 5.45 for 6.30pm

Tuesday 12th February 2013
‘Computing’
Speaker – Tim Broyd, Halcrow, Venue tbc

Tuesday 12th March 2013
‘Manufacturing in Scotland’
Speakers –
Dick Philbrick, Clansman Dynamics, Crawford Gorrie, ex Technical Director Clyde Pumps,
Dave Wilson, Technical Director, Selex Galileo, UK. Venue tbc

Tuesday 8th April 2013 – AGM plus Members’ meeting, Venue tbc

Thursday 17th April 2013 –Joint meeting with The Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow
‘Three heads are better than one’
Speaker – Peter Jones, Venue- Strathclyde University, John Anderson Building, K325, 5.45 for 6.30pm

CPD certificates will be available on the evenings

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Post by alasdairmac » Tue Oct 02, 2012 7:40 pm

Repeating my request of Sept 25th for anyone with information on the PSPS Scottish Branch. Has "Friends of Waverley" killed it off ? No new current year membership cards sent out, no winter syllabus yet with the first evening normally due in just over two weeks time, and no responses to email.

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Post by Malim Sahib » Tue Oct 02, 2012 8:07 pm

Alasdair,
I haven't received anything in the post either, but I see someone has put up some details on the PSPS blog.

See here: http://pspsscotland.blogspot.co.uk/

Having not been to one for a few years, I hope to attend the October/November meetings.
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Post by duncanwilson » Tue Oct 02, 2012 8:10 pm

You should be receiving the latest copy of Paddle Wheels within the very near future.It will contain your membership card, syllabus, newsletter, a booking form for the Festive Cruise 2012, which is being held on Saturday 29th December on board Cruiser, and any other Society news.

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Post by SCameron » Wed Oct 03, 2012 7:10 am

PSPS Winter Syllabus below

Friday 19th October - Peter Reid (Branch Chairman) "Ships through the Decades"
Friday 16th November - Graham Mackenzie "S.S Shieldhall"
Friday 14th December - Iain Quinn "In the Wake of the Comet" (Joint meeting with West Highland Steamer Club)
Saturday 29th December - Branch Christmas Cruise on M.V. Cruiser to Loch Goil
Friday 18th January - Lisa Gaston and John McAndrew "Sailing Vessel Glenlee"
Friday 15th February - Members' Night
Friday 15th March - Alec Lewis "Bristol Channel Memories"
Friday 19th April - Branch AGM followed by John Whittle "40 Years of Caledonian MacBrayne"
All meetings start at 7.30pm and are held in the Renfield St Stephen's Church Centre, 260 Bath Street, Glasgow. Visitors Welcome.

Rest assured that FoW has not 'killed us off' although the Scottish Branch Committee is approx half the size it was a few years back so volunteers welcome to bring us back up to strength and performance. Issue of Paddle Wheels is done by indivindual branches when it is delivered from the printers (we aim to send them out within a week of receipt). The new edition was delivered towards the end of last week and all 650 Scottish branch envelopes were 'stuffed' on Monday evening this week and posted on Tuesday. Incidentally the 18% increase in postal charges has increased the cost of issuing PW four times per year to over £3,000 pa for Scottish Branch which also deals with all of the 'Rest of the World' membership.

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Post by alasdairmac » Wed Oct 03, 2012 3:55 pm

Thanks Duncan and Stuart. Paddle Wheels etc received this morning. Looking at the syllabus dates I see that unfortunately I won't make the first meeting as I will be in India but looking forward to November's and the rest - all look interesting.

That's one heck of a price to pay Royal Mail; I suppose someone has looked at it, but would TNT Mail or one of the other new commercial mail operators not maybe offer a better deal for a bulk posting? Just a thought.

Stuart. You mention the reduced size of the committee but I do have to comment that at the 2 AGM's which I've attended since I joined, I got the very distinct impression that the committee operates within a closed circle with no opportunity, or any encouragement for "outsiders" to get involved. I should add that I'm not putting myself forward as I have my hands full for the next two years with the "YES Scotland" campaign for the referendum but after that, who knows?

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Post by SCameron » Wed Oct 03, 2012 4:48 pm

Alisdair

I believe that the postal rates have been considered - while cheaper rates may be available these do not guarantee delivery with a time frame (which can result in complaints from members due to not receiving the information sufficiently in adavance of the events) or will not deliver to all geographical locations

With regards to committee membership I cannot agree with the concept that is a closed circle. In the past, particularly during my 6 year period as Vice Chairman and Chairman I approached people to join the committee on numerous occassions, my objectives being to expand the age range, skills, etc. Unfortunately, like yourself, many approaches were rejected on the basis that the person canvassed was too busy on other commitments. The current committee has 3 members that have been involved for over 30 years, a couple (including me) for 10-15 years and a couple less than 5 years. Any full member of the Society can be elected onto the committee at the AGM. They have to be proposed and seconded by two other full members in advance of the meeting. It is then up to the members who they elect. I know that there is at least two or three members of the existing committee (including myself) who would be more than willing to step aside and make way for fresh blood and anyone that is interested in doing so should contact me (or the Branch Secy) if they wish to put themself forward for election by the members.

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Post by alasdairmac » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:09 pm

Stuart. Thanks for the reply. I only said that the impression was of a closed circle, and that impression came from the fact that nominees appeared to have been arranged/agreed ahead of the AGM within the circle of the existing committee and the absence of any opportunity for nominations on the night.

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Post by Deepol » Wed Oct 03, 2012 7:16 pm

Attached are the Coastal Cruising Association, Clyde Shiplovers' Society and World Ship Society Firth of Clyde Branch syllabuses for the coming 2012-2013 season.
WSS meetings are held in Ardgowan School on Newton Street in Greenock 7.30-9pm.
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Post by mcmahos » Wed Oct 03, 2012 8:56 pm

Thanks for the various syllabus updates, guys. Will get them added on to the main site's calendar.
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Post by SCameron » Thu Oct 04, 2012 2:39 am

Alisdair

Don't want to bore everyone else here so we can discuss next time we meet. As you probably know, unlike other enthusiast clubs, a good few years back now, the PSPS was transformed into a company limited by guarantee in order to qualify for charitable status. his led to the formation of the Council of Management and Trustee/Directors. It is compliance with the Memorandum and Articles of Association set by the CoM that requires nominees for branch committee members to be made some time in advance of the AGM. These rules were formalised before my period on the CoM (2001-2009) but from my experience of the period that I was a Trustee, i know that there will be a good reason for the requirement being set out like that. . When there are no nominations from the membership it is necessary for the committee to find / cajole / persuade someone to fill the gap(s) in order to ensure that quorum requirements are met.

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Post by alasdairmac » Thu Oct 04, 2012 12:21 pm

Thanks Stuart. That explains why it all appears as it does and is quite unlike other voluntary organisations that I am or have been involved with. All the best.

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Post by Doxford Diesel » Thu Oct 04, 2012 2:57 pm

alasdairmac wrote:I do have to comment that at the 2 AGM's which I've attended since I joined, I got the very distinct impression that the committee operates within a closed circle with no opportunity, or any encouragement for "outsiders" to get involved.
You are not alone in holding that opinion, Alasdair. While not wishing to cause upset or offence, the word 'clique' might seem apt from the point of view of an 'outsider'.

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Post by Malim Sahib » Wed Nov 14, 2012 2:05 pm

Just a wee reminder of this Fridays PSPS meeting which features a talk on the SS Shieldhall.
Are any members of this site attending?
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Post by alasdairmac » Wed Nov 14, 2012 3:52 pm

Planning to be there Jim.

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Post by Malim Sahib » Wed Nov 14, 2012 4:23 pm

Should see you there Alasdair.
Are you talking advantage of the direct train to Charing Cross from Livingston?
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Post by Deepol » Wed Sep 04, 2013 1:02 pm

Attached is the World Ship Society Firth of Clyde Branch Syllabus for the 2013-2014 session. The Branch has a new venue, the Cedars School of Excellence in Ardgowan Square, Greenock. Please come along if you are in the area.

http://cedars.inverclyde.sch.uk/
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Post by Deepol » Tue Sep 10, 2013 1:15 pm

The Coastal Cruising Association and Clyde Shiplovers' Society's syllabuses for 2013-14. As ever, all welcome to come along to the meetings.
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Post by duncanwilson » Tue Sep 10, 2013 10:00 pm

Ship Ahoy 2014 is entitled Ship Ahoy at the Tall Ship. I'll be posting a promotion in due course.

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Post by Deepol » Wed Sep 11, 2013 12:26 pm

This is the syllabus for the World Ship Society Firth of Forth Branch for the coming winter session. All welcome if in Edinburgh.

September 14th 2013 @12.30 - 50th Anniversary Lunch at (North) Queensferry Hotel

October 21st 2013 @19.30 - FoF 50th Anniversary show presented by founding member, Ian Dunnet.

November 18th 2013 @ 19.30 - Maurice Napier - The Falkland Islands

December 16th 2013 @ 19.30 - Members Night and/or WSS slide show

January 20th 2014 @ 19.30 - Iain Quinn - (Presentation title to be advised).

February 17th 2014 @ 19.30 - Bruce Peter - Japanese Ferries

March 17th 2014 @ 19.30 - A.G.M. plus Members Night

April 21st 2014 @ 19.30 - Alistair Deayton - Hurtigruten May 2010

July 2014 - Summer Lunch - date, venue & time to be decided at 2014 AGM

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Post by Deepol » Fri Feb 21, 2014 9:45 am

Slight change to the World Ship Society Firth of Clyde Syllabus; 27th March will now be Year on the Clyde and 24th April Branch AGM and Members' Night.
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Post by Deepol » Thu Sep 04, 2014 10:45 am

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Attached are the 2014-15 Syllabuses for the Coastal Cruising Association and World Ship Society Firth of Clyde Branch. Unfortunately my scanner took a dislike to the Clyde Shiplovers' Society and refused to scan it so it's separate here. Venue the same as the CCA.

Clyde Shiplovers' Soc.

16 Oct 14- Aquitania, Centenary Liner- Iain Quinn/ Paul Strathdee

20 Nov 14- Waverley Steam Navigation at 40/ Clyde Shipping in 1974- Members

4 Dec 14- Joint Meeting with CCA

11 Dec 14- CCA/CSS Christmas meal


22 Jan 15- More Clyde Memories- Gavin Stewart

19 Feb 15- Cunard and the Clyde Connection- Paul Strathdee

19 Mar 15- The Year on the Clyde 2014- Paul Strathdee

11 Apr 15- Ship Ahoy at Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine

16 Apr 15- AGM and Clyde shipping in early 1975-members

All welcome as always.
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Post by duncanwilson » Thu Sep 04, 2014 4:18 pm

Just a reminder that Ship Ahoy will be in the Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine. It is in the Syllabus, but not in your note above.

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Post by Deepol » Wed Sep 10, 2014 10:30 am

Thanks Duncan so not Glenlee then obviously.
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Post by Deepol » Tue Sep 01, 2015 12:25 pm

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This is the Syllabus for the World Ship Society Firth of Clyde Branch for 2015/2016 which will be held in the Cedars School of Excellence in Ardgowan Square, Greenock. All welcome.
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Post by Deepol » Mon Sep 14, 2015 8:25 pm

Here are the syllabuses for the Clyde Shiplovers' Society and the Coastal Cruising Association for the 2015-2016 Season. All are held at The Partick UF Church on Thornwood Terrace G11 7QZ and all are welcome to all the meetings.
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Post by mcmahos » Mon Sep 14, 2015 10:21 pm

Thanks for those Paul. I'll add them to calendar.
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Post by Deepol » Tue Sep 13, 2016 10:34 am

Here are the 2016-2017 syllabuses for the Firth of Clyde WSS Branch, Clyde Shiplovers and Coastal Cruising Association. All welcome at the meetings as ever.
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Post by mcmahos » Wed Sep 14, 2016 8:23 am

Hi Paul

Thanks for those (and via email) - all have been added to the CM calendar of events. Just needing the CRSC syllabus if anyone's got one?

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Post by Deepol » Wed Sep 05, 2018 1:41 am

Winter is approaching. This is the Syllabus for the World Ship Society's Firth of Clyde Branch

PROGRAMME OF MEETINGS ---- WINTER 2018/2019

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2018

27th September FERGUSON MARINE ENGINEERING LTD John Morgan - director of
Business Development

25th October NORTH AMERICA 2017 Maurice Napier

29th November IN THE WAKE OF THE QUEEN MARY Iain Quinn
: a celebration of 85 years

2019

31st January BRISTOL AND CARDIFF Peter Gifford
: 2015 WSS AGM weekend

28th February YEAR ON THE SLIDE ! Willie McGregor
: covering Naval/ cruise ships/ merchant navy

28th March AGM and Members’ Night

25th April YEAR ON THE CLYDE 2018 Paul Strathdee

All Meetings are held at Cedars School of Excellence, 31 Ardgowan Square, Greenock, PA16 8NJ.

On the last Thursday of each month. Commencing at 19.30 hours prompt.

NEW MEMBERS WELCOME
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Post by Deepol » Wed Oct 10, 2018 10:08 pm

Clyde Shiplovers and Coastal Cruising Association syllabuses for 2018-2019. All welcome to the meetings as always.
The CSS October meeting is confirmed as George Gardner showing slides from the late Robin Wilson's collection.
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Post by Deepol » Fri Oct 12, 2018 12:55 am

Iain Quinn will be giving a special presentation of Clyde Steamers at War at 2pm on November 4th at Blairmore Pier Village Hall as part of the end of WW1 commemoration.
Free entry. Tea coffee and home baking available for donations and steamer postcards, books etc on sale as well.
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