Click the relevant "button" below, preferably by 5pm the Friday before our next Zoom talk ...
The blue and orange buttons aim to preformat an email message for you to send (if/when you're happy with its content)
to the Zoom Host or Treasurer as appropriate — so you may be prompted to log into your email account.
Please send the email with little or no amendment, to avoid its being diverted to a Junk folder: it contains enough information for us.
Click the relevant button, if you wish to "attend" as ...
Zoom wAVSFHG logo   Zoom 3 entry   Zoom new member 
... an AVSFHG paid-up member
who joined in 2020 or 2021 —
'attendance' free of charge
  ... a non-member "visitor" who HAS paid —
our bank details are here.
Remember to click the orange button too, or
we won't know where to email your Zoom link!
  ... a non-member
who wishes to join until
31st December, 2022
Although we much prefer to first hear from you on/by the Friday before,
at our discretion we'll try to accommodate you no later than 5pm on the evening itself,
or no later than 12 noon for an afternoon talk.  Thank you.
In all cases, your request should be acknowledged by a member of the Committee within 48 hours or so —
if you haven't heard back by then, please email the Host or Treasurer again, in case communications have failed somewhere.
Of course, we monitor incoming emails and the bank account much more frequently when a talk is imminent!
An email invitation with a link to Zoom (and full instructions) should arrive during the hour before the talk.
Please use this screen only for the event against which it is advertised.  Invitations to subsequent talks will appear in due course.
From December, we're not only reverting to a "physical" face-to-face meeting
at our traditional Winter start-time of 2:30pm (not 7:30pm as previously advertised)
but also, following successful trialling in Leiston Community Centre, we're continuing with our Zoom option — so, as a "hybrid" meeting!
We hope to be able to continue with this format for the benefit of those who prefer (or can only 'attend' via) Zoom.
However, not necessarily all talks will offer Zoom access, to allow us our accustomed flexibility in using venues in surrounding villages.