Last update 11 May 2013
Retired Members Surrey
Retired Members Surrey is a society formed by retired engineers residing in the Surrey area to meet socially and learn about technology related topics. Members are usually also members of the IET and participate in activities of the IET Surrey Local Area Network although membership of the two organisations is mutually independent.
The society was founded in 1989 to enable members of the IET who have retired from their normal full-time occupations to keep in touch with former colleagues and to further the aims and traditions of the Institution by arranging regular meetings.
A number of our meetings of a technical nature are held in collaboration with the IET Surrey Local Area Network and are supported financially by the IET. These meetings are open to both members and non-members and are free to attend for all interested people.
All other activities are open to Retired Members Surrey members and guests as advertised. These are self funding through membership fees or attendance charges.
Membership is currently £20 a year.
The Application form (PDF) can be downloaded here.
- PDF (Portable Document Format) documents can be opened
in Adobe Acrobat Reader (very large download) or Foxit
Reader (small download). Foxit reader should be able to
open almost any PDF file.
Foxit reader can be downloaded here.
Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded here: here.
- Persons participating in walks or meetings in private houses do so entirely at their own risk. Members should be aware of fire and safety arrangements at meetings.
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