Mike Brown ‘The Home Front in the Second World War’
Merrie Reynolds tells us about the work of the Mission Aviation Fellowship.
Chris Stuart will talk about New Zealand, its History and Natural Wonders. … Continue reading New Zealand, its History and Natural Wonders
John Halligan’s talk will be entitled ‘The Mistresses of Charles II’ … Continue reading The Mistresses of Charles II
There is no meeting as it is half term. … Continue reading No meeting
Peter Jones of the National Trust talks about the ‘Neptune Coastline Campaign’ … Continue reading Neptune Coastline Campaign
A talk by Lucy Allen. … Continue reading Have you got what it takes to be a Stunt Performer?
Myriam Steadman brought with her two lovely dogs, one an adult dog who was very happy to be stroked by an admiring audience and the other a puppy who lay on the lap of the lady in charge of him and then, promptly fell asleep and snored loudly throughout the talk. Both amusing and endearing. Myriam, who … Continue reading Training Guide Dogs
Angela Jones will entertain us with her handbells. … Continue reading Hand bells
We have Red Watch from the London Fire Brigade … Continue reading Red Watch
Our Summer Session opened on April 18th with a very interesting talk by Mr. David Hopkinson about the work of the Voluntary Service Overseas organisation and, in particular, the International Citizenship Service programme for which young people between the ages of 18 and 25 from this country work alongside local young people to help in … Continue reading International Citizen Service (ICS) Programme
Looking towards Easter with the Rev. Bill Bowman. … Continue reading Easter
Mrs. Elizabeth Lanyon -Edward VIII’s Abdication. Who was really to blame. … Continue reading Edward VIII’s Abdication