The St Neots Astronomy Association was formed in 2006 and meets on the first Monday of every month (second Monday if its a bank holiday) at Paxton Pits Nature Reserve Visitor Centre from 7:30pm to 9:30pm. The club is always looking for new members and is open to seasoned veteran observers of the galaxies or complete beginners. Committee member Peter Howarth said: We are open to anyone who has an interest in astronomy perhaps someone is thinking of buying a telescope as an early Christmas present to themselves and wants to know how to get the best from their equipment. A years subscription will be a great Christmas present also for anyone interested in astronomy. We have regular presentations with expert speakers and regular observing nights, a library of great books to borrow from, as well as advice on buying your first telescope. The club was launched in 2006 by a small group of enthusiasts who had been attending evening classes at Ernulf School and wanted to continue to meet on a monthly basis. They moved to Paxton Pits Nature Reserve to take advantage of its good dark site with much less light pollution. A grant was applied for and the club bought two pairs of binoculars plus some astronomy books which was then followed by a grant for a solar scope. INFO: Visit www.snaa.co.uk or contact Peter Howarth by email at email@example.com if you are interested in becoming a member. Annual subscription is £36 and the first meeting is free. Club meetings include visits to schools/scout/cub/brownie groups usually for a moon watch demonstration followed by a video presentation on the solar system.