AIVC Event – Virtual Pub Night at the Lockdown Arms

Now we have all been officially locked down (mostly), this is your chance to meet on-line to enjoy a glass of beer or wine together and be able to ask for help (if any is needed).

Please click the link below to join the merry throng!!. It’s a bit like a pub night but conducted with a computer. Remember to bring a beer or wine with you.

Come and join our online pub night

You can join us in the online pub night at the Lockdown Arms on Zoom (videoconferencing software) by clicking here: from 7pm onwards.

You will need a PC, laptop, IPad, tablet or smartphone that has video and sound built in or attached. If your PC does not have a video/phone you can buy one that attaches very easily via USB.

What should happen will be something like this – may vary depending on your device and operating system:

1. Click on the link above
2. Install the download
3. Say yes to Allow changes
4. Enter the name you want to be known by (including your club name/location)
5. Agree to the terms of service
6. Click on join with video
7. Click on use computer video

The next time you log in it will be simpler. You will be able to see and hear everyone else taking part.. Don’t forget to bring a beer or glass of wine!

Please feel free to pass this message on to any club members, friends, colleagues or family who you feel might benefit from having people to talk to … we all need to help each other as best we can in these difficult times …

I hope we can discuss ideas for clubs to organise or participate in on-line like pub quizzes and discussing online talks etc. Hopefully we can find some imaginative ways of breaking the monotony of being told to stay indoors for a substantial period. We can even organise some real life get togethers when the restrictions relax for a while … within whatever guidelines apply at the time of course.

Sent by Bob Clifford aIVC Webmaster

Bob Clifford is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.


April 8


07:00 pm - 09:00 pm

Click to Register:

Manchester IVC