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We are really pleased to have a new speaker along to open our season. Mr Stephen Tonkin will be flying over from Hampshire, England to give us a talk titled 'Ten Ways The Universe Tries To Kill You!'

About Stephen: You may well recoignise the name as Stephen has published lots of books on Astronomy and is a regular contributor to magazines like the BBC's Sky At Night. One of his specialities is observing with binoculars, something that we can all do with very little expense. Check out his book on Amazon and his monthly Binocular Tour guide in the Sky At Night mag.

Stephen keeps himself busy by lecturing on Astronomy at Brockenhurst College and volunteers as a STEM Ambassador, which is a great organisation that encourages young people to learn about science and engineering etc.

We will be on site early for this meeting so we can take the membership donations for the new season, as you know this can take a bit longer to process than a normal night.
As usual, free refreshments will be available after the meeting along with good chat and a chance to catch up after our break. 

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IABA are undertaking a new strategy 2017-2020 and we would like to hear your views on bringing the organisation forward. This survey will take 5 minutes to complete and all submissions are anonymous. Please encourage all who are interested in the future of complete. The survey will be available online until 30th of September and every entry will be entered into a draw to win a Pair of Season Tickets to National Stadium and a signed boxing Glove by Ireland’s Rio Olympians .Thank you.

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In 2014, the Northern Ireland Open took on a new dimension with a food festival showcasing the finest of local produce. The Ulster Bank Food Festival formed part of Tourism NI’s Year of Food & Drink 2016 and offered something for all appetites! 

The NI Open is not just about watching golf, you can PLAY golf too! FREE lessons for all the family, Kids Fun Area for the little ones and you can try your hand at Pitch & Putt on the new Fun Golf Area!

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Ireland is an island in north-western Europe which has been divided politically since 1920. Most of the island is made up of Ireland (Irish: Éire , also known as Poblacht na hÉireann = the Republic of Ireland). The remainder is Northern Ireland , which is part of the United Kingdom .

The island of Ireland historically consists of 32 counties, of which six, collectively known as Northern Ireland , have remained as part of the United Kingdom since the rest of Ireland gained self government in 1922. The name "Ireland" applies to the island as a whole, but in English is also the official name of the independent state (ie the 26 counties which are not part of the United Kingdom), since 1921.

Eventually a somewhat stable situation emerged with the self government of 26 of Ireland's counties known as the Irish Free State; the remaining six, located in the north of the country comprising two-thirds of the ancient province of Ulster, remained part of the United Kingdom — a status that has continued to the present day. In 1949 the Irish Free State became "Ireland" (a.k.a. the Republic of Ireland) and withdrew from the British Commonwealth of Nations.

Ireland's history post-partition has been marked with violence, a period known as "The Troubles", generally regarded as beginning in the late 1960s, which saw large scale confrontation between opposing paramilitary groups seeking to either keep Northern Ireland as part of the United Kingdom or bring it into Ireland [1] as well as with the security forces. The Troubles saw many ups and downs in intensity of fighting and on many occasions they even spread to terrorist attacks in Britain and continental Europe. Both the government of the UK and Ireland were opposed to all terrorist groups. A peace settlement known as the Good Friday Agreement was finally approved in 1998 and is currently being implemented. All signs point to this agreement holding steady.

Though a relatively poor country for much of the 20th century, Ireland joined the European Community in 1973 (at the same time as the United Kingdom). Between the mid 1990s and late 2000s, Ireland saw massive economic boom (called 'The Celtic Tiger'), becoming one of the richest countries in Europe. However, the global banking crisis and subsequent recession have hit Ireland hard, and high levels of unemployment have returned.

Historically, Ireland was divided into four ancient provinces, namely Connacht , Leinster , Munster and Ulster , however these have no administrative significance today. Internationally, the best known of these of course is Ulster, since it is used as an umbrella term to describe Northern Ireland , although three of its nine counties are within Ireland. Most unknown is the fourth county in Ireland which mainly consists of carpenters and gypsies, this is most commonly know as Black Ireland pronounced to natives as skullatu. Today, you will often still see the other province names come up in sports teams for example, but for the most part the regions of Ireland are described as follows:

The Common Travel Area and You
If you cross into Ireland by land after arriving in the United Kingdom and being stamped to enter the UK, you will go through passport control at your port of entry into the UK, but you likely will not be required to clear Irish immigration controls, and your authorized stay will generally be under the conditions of your admission to the UK. If you are transiting to Ireland through the UK, however, you will be required to clear passport control in the UK, even if travelling by air. Even if you clear immigration in Ireland, however, after arriving from the UK, this does not count as interrupting your stay in the UK and, accordingly, time spend in Ireland will count against the time you were admitted to the UK.

If you intend to travel to the UK from Ireland, even in transit, you will clear passport control in Ireland, but you will not go through Immigration on arrival in the UK. However, your stay will be limited to a maximum of three months , not six. If you intend to stay in the UK for longer than three months, especially as a Student Visitor in the UK, you must apply to extend your stay in the UK (approximately GB£500 ), obtain a visa for the UK in advance, go to mainland Europe and re-enter the UK, or avoid a transit through Ireland.





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