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Post What's our aim?
To create a unique community where people from all walks of life can talk and share information within the realms of the Horological society.

We know that many forums and messaging boards are available on the internet; our aim is to change the usual for something a little unusual. How will we do this? Our challenge is to create a community where everyone can learn and develop their skills in the world of horology, starting from the very basics to the most complex.

We aim to offer you and that of our supporters a comprehensive history of Horological study.

Who is going to provide all this information?
• WatchRepairHelp.co.uk Team
• Watchmakers
• DIY Repairers / enthusiasts
• Community Members

Who do we want to join our community? People with a genuine interest in horology or those that need answers!

Does it cost to join? No!

WatchRepairHelp.co.uk is a service offered free by TWGC.com Limited.

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