Talks at Monthly Meetings
Our programme of meetings recommenced using Zoom. The Zoom link is sent out to members by email shortly before each meeting. If you need to be reminded of the link just contact our chairperson with your name and membership number and he will send it to you. Please aim to join the meeting around 10.15am so that the talk can start promptly at 10.30am.
Whenever possible we hope to be able to run "hybrid" meetings - this means you have a choice between joining Zoom from home or coming along to Broadmead Baptist Church in Union Street from 10.00am, to watch the talk on Zoom on a screen there. This would give you the opportunity to socialise with others who attend and enjoy the tea, coffee and biscuits provided. If you are displaying any symptoms which could be COVID , please do not attend. You may wish to take a lateral flow test beforehand and wear a mask on the day.
Scroll down to see the varied programme of talks for the next few months. There will be a guest speaker followed by small groups to socialise, discuss the talk and then ask questions.
Some of our most interesting talks have been given to us by our own members. If you have a talk to offer about your career or your interest, or for any other information, do please contact Judy by clicking on the pigeon "send a message" link.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Tue Aug 16th||Meeting||Monthly Meeting (Zoom only)|
Dr Rudi Newman will deliver his talk entitled Belles of Belfast, which is primarily concerning the Titanic, adding facts and dispelling myths.
|Tue Sep 20th||Meeting||Monthly Meeting|
Graham Short will tell us about his work as a micro artist. Graham has managed to inscribe The Lords Prayer on the head of a pin.
|Tue Oct 18th||Meeting||Monthly Meeting|
Rob Bayly, who is a balloonist, will talk about the Transatlantic Balloon Race.
|Tue Nov 15th||Meeting||Monthly Meeting|
Laura Batt is going to tell us about our beautiful hedgehog and what we can do to ensure its survival.
|Tue Dec 20th||Meeting||Monthly Meeting.|
The speaker will be in the hall at Broadmead Baptist Church and he will speak about "My Life of Crime" This will be a light hearted look at various criminal activity from a barrister's point of view.
Afterwards we hope there will be time for a social with coffee and mince pies.
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