The Royal Meteorological Society are delighted to be jointly working with the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution (BRLSI) to host the South West Local Centre of the Royal Meteorological Society.
BRSLI was founded in 1824, and currently run a centre of culture and education for the public of Bath and surrounding counties, putting on a programme of over 100 lectures per year.
The Society and BRLSI are aiming to co-host three RMetS lectures per year, some in conjunction with other BRLSI Groups, notably science but this may increase in future years. The centre's meteorology lectures will aim at an informed general public, but will have at least one niche lecture per year explaining cutting-edge technical research in this fascinating subject.
MEETING CHARGES | There will be a small charge to attend lectures in order to cover our costs payable at the venue:
Tea and coffee is at at 7pm before lectures, with a voluntary contribution basket. Lectures start at 7.30pm prompt, and end by 8.30pm, with a customary questions time till 8.45pm.
DIRECTIONS | BRLSI is on the West side of Queen Square, in the centre of Bath near Milsom St, the Circus and Royal Crescent.
By road: BRLSI is on the A4 as it goes through the centre of Bath. We are five minutes from the Charlotte Street long-stay car park (10 mins if you park at the far end!) - drive past BRLSI, turn left at the top of the square, then first right. There is also limited on-street parking in Queen Square.
By rail/bus: Bath Spa railway station is 10-15 minutes walk away, and Bath's new bus station is next door to it. Taxis are available from the railway station at most times.