The East Anglian Section covers a large area including Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, and occasionally beyond. Membership of the section is open to any member of the AHS.

Our region holds a wealth of material with horological interest, from the Fitzwilliam Museum (pictured below) to the Whipple Museum of the History of Science, both in Cambridge.

Our meetings include lectures and practical demonstrations by experts in various aspects of horology, as well as contributions from branch members and visits to places of horological and historical interest. Our current membership includes professional restorers, collectors, dealers, hobbyists and others. All are welcome!

For full details of joining the AHS, click on the 'Join' link on the right of this page.

East Anglian Section

At the Hyndman Centre, Hospital Road, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3JT commencing at 2.00pm, unless otherwise stated. Doors open 1.45pm. There is free parking at the centre

Saturday 27 May

LECTURE:  ‘Black marble clocks for the connoisseur’ by Bill Wolmuth

Saturday 15 July

LECTURE: 'Restoration of a Leroy observatory clock' by Francoise Collanges

 11 June, 8 October: Essex Clock & Watch Fair at Marks Tey Parish Hall, Colchester CO6 1EJ


Fitzwilliam Museum