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Due to summer holidays there is no branch meeting this month. However it is interesting to report we held our Annual Branch day out when we hired a coach to visit Lake Windermere. Also some members chose to take the train to Haverthwaite.
Although it rained for most of the day we all enjoyed the day out very much. Most of our current Committee was re-elected en-bloc for the forthcoming season with new member David Pointon joining the committee. Thanks to Phil and Adrian who both gave us very good presentations.
With slides taken by himself and his Father Barry, David gave us a history of Shipbuilders between the Humber and the Tweed. Unfortunately most of these yards and vessels are all gone now. Our May meeting speaker was our old friend Bernard McCall who travelled from Bristol to give us a great presentation about visiting Ports around coast of Scotland.
He started at Alloa and finished at Stornoway. This was a great talk and Bernard gave us most interesting explanations of the places he visited. We all learned a lot but unfortunately time ran out so hopefully we are now looking forward to your return next year to complete your tour of rest of the West coast that we never got to see.
Thank you Bernard for coming to talk to us. We were very pleased to welcome members from the Cobh branch who came to visit us for our April meeting, we hope you all enjoyed being on Merseyside. He started this talk at Newhaven and we saw ferries and trains in Ports all along the coast to Cardiff.
It was another great evening so thanks John for coming to talk to us and we look forward to Part 3 next year. Thank you a lot Paul for coming to talk to us and we hope we see you again very soon. Our February meeting exceptional when we had the pleasure of welcoming Iain Quinn from the Coastal Cruising Association.
The evening was fantastic showing us a photographic tour of the River Clyde, typical ships and buildings that the Queen Mary would have passed. These slides showed us spectacular vessels that have long gone now, too many to list here. All the members agreed that this presentation was one of the best Iain had given.
Thanks a lot Iain and we look forward to seeing you again next year. This was also very interesting where we saw many ships that graced the Mersey over the years. Thanks to Peter and John and also John Luxton for his projection skills. Also a video of Merseyside Shipping from was excellent plus other Maritime Mishaps that were quite amusing especially one showing a canal boat stuck under a bridge.
Thanks a lot John for another good Seatube presentation and we look forward to another show next year.
Thanks also must go to Dot Gibbons for presenting us with another of her delicious Christmas Cakes which we all enjoyed. We were honoured to welcome to our branch for our November meeting Roy Cressey from the Yorkshire Ship Enthusiasts Society who showed us fabulous images of previous competition winners taken by the members over several years.
We were shown all manner of vessels, large and small, seen not only in the U. Then we were given a very comprehensive and interesting tour of the ship by 2nd Officer Rodel Server.Assess the contribution of Marxism to our understanding of society [33 marks] Marxism is a macro/structural approach to society, meaning that it looks at the large-scale societal structure for answers about how society works and operates.
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