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We are planning this year's exhibition. 2017 will mark some notable anniversaries, especially the 50th anniversary of the introduction of colour TV and the start of Radios 1, 2, 3 and 4.

We'd welcome new exhibition guides! If you'd like to give it a try, contact us via this link. Training given - It's very rewarding and good fun!


Two groups of Air Cadets from Grangemouth were welcomed to the Museum last October. After being introduced to the various sections of the Museum, including the 'Y' Service display, Radio Room, early communications equipment and the WW1 trench, they spent time discovering and trying out old methods of communication. As you can see from the second photo, they were very impressed with trench!!!



Saturday 25 February at 11.30 am prompt

"Listening to Einstein's Universe"
(How we detected Gravitational Waves)

Speaker: Martin Hendry, Professor of Gravitational Waves and Astrophysics and Cosmology, University of Glasgow

We hope you'll be able to join us for another of our "LLS" (Lecture & Lunch Special) events, which will take place in just 12 days' time.

This time, we welcome Prof Martin Hendry, as he recounts the inside story of the incredible discovery of Gravitational Waves - hailed by many as the Scientific Breakthrough of the Century.

The stores will be open, as usual, prior to the lecture which begins at 11.30 am prompt.

Admission (including buffet) for MoC members is £8.00 (non-members £10.00) or £4 (members) and £5 (non-members) for lecture only.

Please e-mail or phone 01506 823424 to indicate whether or not you wish to attend (this is to help with catering arrangements!)

Hope to see you on the 25th.



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Dave Gavine receiving his vote of thanks from David Brown, following last year's Harry Matthews lecture on The Herschel Family. Everyone learned facts that they didn't already know about this great man and his gifted family.

Two outside organisations held events in the Museum last November. They were the Microwave Round Table and the Enthomusicology Society. See below:-