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Whovians unite!

02 Aug 2018

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By Niccola Anthony

The Doctor Who Club of Victoria (DWCV) held its Annual General Meeting at The Hub on July 14.

The formalities were followed by an afternoon of comedy and humour, where local “Whovians” were encouraged to share their funniest memories of the long-running television series.

President Phillip Nicholls says that members generally find out about the club through social media, with their membership base ranging in age, gender and occupation.

“Some are new and some are old. Many have come with the new series [featuring Jodie Whittaker]. It’s an exciting new era which is bringing in many more fans,” Nicholls says of the club’s members.

The DWCV was formed in 1979, with early meetings held at the various houses of members around Melbourne.

These days, the club holds bi-monthly meetings at The Hub, a space they have been using for around two years.

The “central nature” of Docklands is the major reason why Nicholls and the DWCV have settled on The Hub as their home base.

“There’s more space here, you’re not limited to the one room. It gives us a lot of options for activities,” says Nicholls.

If you’d like to find out more about the DWCV visit dwcv.org.au/wp/

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