There is NO observing tonight (26/2).
There is NO observing tonight (25/2).
There is NO observing tonight (24/2).
On the morning of the 18th February, Mars will be about 3/4 degree above the Lagoon Nebula, M8, and approximately 3/4 degree below the Trifid nebula, M20. See the picture below:
True astronomical dark ends at 5:24UT that morning so you will have to be up early and have a clear horizon. You may have to juggle the ever brightening sky with altitude as Sunrise is at 7:15UT.
Over the first half of February both Venus and Mercury are well place in the evening sky. Venus is the brighter and higher of the two as you can see in the graphic below:
This shows the view from Abingdon at around sunset or just after.
Mercury will be at its furthest distance from the Sun (from our perspective here on Earth) on February 10th when it will get 15 degrees above the horizon.
We WILL be observing tonight (28/1) at Tubney golf driving range.
There is no observing tonight (27/1).
There will be NO observing tonight (26/11).
There will be NO observing tonight (25/11).
Neptune is at opposition on the 10th September and is also close to phi Aqurius as shown below.