At Our Next Meeting

Monday 2nd March 2020

As always the meeting will start at 1930 but there will be members around from 1830. Glenys and Malcolm usually arrive around 1900 with the tea and coffee :)

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This message was sent out to BAA members requesting information about how we would like their web site to look  

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Subject: British Astronomical Association online survey
Date:  Sat, 13 Feb 2016 16:05:24 +0000
From:  Jeremy Shears This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
As you may know, I became President of the BAA at the beginning of the 
current Session, and I am proud to serve the Association in its 126th 
year. During my tenure I am keen to build upon the excellent work of my 
predecessors and ensure that we continue to support our members by 
providing the services you require.

One area in particular I would like to look at is the BAA web site 
<>. I have set up a working party to 
investigate how we can make it even more useful to our members, as well 
as the broader amateur astronomical community, and I would value your 
input. We have devised a very short online survey about the BAA’s 
website and I'd be grateful if you would take a few minutes to fill it in.

The survey can be accessed at <>.

It is open now and will close on Sunday 28th February 2016.

As a small incentive, there is a prize of a year’s free membership to 
the BAA to be drawn from those who complete the survey. The winner will 
be picked randomly on Tuesday 1st March 2016.

I would like to emphasise that the survey is anonymous. Although one of 
the questions asks for your email address, this is entirely optional – 
the only reason for requesting it is if you would like to be entered for 
the prize draw. This email address will not be used for any other 
purpose and the list of  email addresses will be destroyed once the 
winner has been picked.

Just as a reminder, the current website includes a number of features, 

- Information about the BAA, its objectives, organisation and people
- Information about the BAA Observing Sections, most of which have their 
own web pages
- Full details of, and excerpts from the current and recent editions of 
the BAA Journal
- Information about forthcoming meetings and astronomical events
- News articles
- A gallery of pictures and images submitted by our members
- BAA online shop
- BAA Forum for members to discuss astronomical matters
- Videos of past meetings

I am most grateful for your help on this matter, and thank you for your 
support of this wonderful institution. I am very keen to listen to our 
members' ideas on how the BAA can continue to meet its objectives and 
would warmly welcome you to contact me with these.

Kind regards

Jeremy Shears
President of the British Astronomical Association

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