Bill Dodd – Wednesday 5th May 7:30pm – Fred Dibnah MBE BAFTA – Miner – Celebrity and (any excuse…) Traction Engines..
May 5 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Frederick Travis Dibnah, MBE (29 April 1938 – 6 November 2004) was an English steeplejack and television personality, with a keen interest in mechanical engineering, who described himself as a “backstreet mechanic”. When Dibnah was born, Britain relied heavily upon coal to fuel its industry. Who loved his Traction Engines …
He became a celebrity after his first BBC series…A Year with Fred.
Bill will give a short precis on his life followed by a documentary about Traction Engines and their usage from the Victorian times. How they revolutionised farming and made British farm engineering the first in the world.
Every one welcome, your opinion is important….
I will give the zoom details nearer the time with the reminder emails.
This is a virtual Zoom meeting from your own homes.
Free, however if you want to send some money to the Mens Fellowship then click here Give a little
Only your own … Refreshments and Cakes. Make an evening of it. 🙂
Networking and Fellowship.
The connection details as below. If you haven’t done this already then please download Zoom from the https://zoom.us/download site, run the app, register your email address in advance. On the night click on the link below or add the meeting code to the zoom app. Please try in advance, I will leave the meeting space open from this weekend so you can practise – 07786914795. You will be taken to a ‘waiting room’. On the night click on the link and I will move you to the actual meeting when you get there. I suggest you try to connect at 7:15pm on the day. Please contact me on 07786914795 if you have any problems.
Meeting ID: 876 0607 9215
To use if the link does not work, run zoom; go to menu item home, and click on Join and enter 876 0607 9215
Any questions let me know. All are welcome, look forward to seeing you.