I’m a real fan of Astronomy and regularly go to the Norman Lockyer Observatory in Devon, which was founded in 1912 by Normal Lockyer when he retired to Sidmouth.

Every Friday during termtime I run a small young observers’ group from 1930-2030 during which we learn about constellations, planets, the Sun, our moon, the historic telescopes though most important is the naked eye observing which is taught whenever possible. I aim for everyone in the group to be able to find their way around the sky, to have at least a basic understanding of astronomy and to come away with a lifelong enthusiasm for the night sky.

If you’re interested in Astronomy feel free to stop by the observatory and say hello, otherwise below is a list of resources which I have found useful (and others which I have authored)
Turn Left at Orion: a good book, spiral bound, which has maps of all the night sky scenarios throughout the year from different angles. Easy to use with real images of what you are looking for.