This is a secular group attached to Christchurch Blacklands and St Andrew.
Membership of the group shall be open to all persons of 18 years and over irrespective of where they live.
The group meets on a Monday evening at 7:30 p.m., once a month between September and June for talks, demonstrations or social events, with occasional meetings and events at other times. New members are always welcome. Further details from the Secretary: 07759-911195 or email@example.com
Funds raised by the group are used to support the Church.
Annual subscriptions, £4.00, become due in September. We contribute £2.00 for each meeting we attend, which includes tea or coffee and biscuits.
We hope to be able to keep an archive of interesting items, such as presentations from talks or photographs of group activities. The first item last season was Charlie’s talk on Ecclesiastical Tat, the PowerPoint presentation from which you may find here.
Next meeting >>> 16th March: “A Soldier’s Story” - 2nd World War and travel reminiscences with Paul Endersby
20th April: Presentation on the “Food Bank”
18th May: “Hastings Blue Plaques” with David Renno
15th June: “Metal Detection” with Keith Collins
20th July: Outing - to be decided
Next Season, 2020-2021
21st September: AGM and Quiz
19th October: Belfast before and after the troubles with Rev’d. Rachel Creighton
Previous meetings for the 2019/2020 season have been:
16th September: Annual General Meeting and Dingbats
21st October: “Winchelsea Past” Talk by Malcolm Pratt
18th November: Fish Supper and Quiz
16th December: Christmas Buffet and Music from “Loose Ends Untied”
20th January: “Stop the Traffik” an insight into modern day slavery and human trafficking, Steve Wise
17th February: “Let Your Fingers Do The Talking” - Sue Bobbins experiences as a sign language interpreter