Transport for London Recorded Music Club

Our Club is mainly for people working for, or retired from, Transport for London or its predecessors, but if you are not in this category but would like to come to our meetings in central London we may be able to include you

Meetings are usually on two Tuesdays in each month,
in the London Underground Headquarters building,
55 Broadway, London SW1 H 0BD
(above St.James' Park Station).

We meet at 5.30 for 5.45pm start, and finish at 7.45pm. Coffee and biscuits are available at moderate cost, during an interval Membership costs £5.00 per year

The Club is for people who like listening to good music (we try to be wide ranging) in an informal atmosphere. Our programmes are generally of "classical" music, but we also have, for example, light music, jazz, music from outside Europe, films with a music interest, theatre and organ music; in fact anything which appeals to members.

A programme is published to confirm the dates of meetings and to give information on the theme or content of each programme. We can play compact discs, vinyl records and cassette tapes on good quality equipment.
Most programmes are presented by individual members, which is encouraged, but you need not feel obliged to do so.

Among the benefits of membership is the opportunity to listen to music you know, or less familiar, works, perhaps before buying (or not!) a recording for yourself. You can also hear music played at a realistic level without annoying the neighbours. Members have access to the Club's Compact Disc library.

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You are welcome to sample our programmes without commitment
to membership to find out if the Club interests you.

Please contact

Barry Wilkinson, Club Chairman, 19 Lincoln Park, Amersham, Bucks. HP7 9EZ or
Brian Edwards, Hon. Secretary & Treasurer, 105 Kirkland Avenue, Ilford, Essex IG5 0TN
to arrange to come to a meeting.



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Federation of Recorded Music Societies
(President - Julian Lloyd Webber) 
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