Carlton & Gedling

Religious Architecture

ABOUT THE GROUP
ConvenorVal KnowlesPhone 0115 950 6055
Assistant ConvenorMike JohnsonPhone: 0794 991 0241
Meeting venue:see below2nd Thursday of the month

This group visits Churches, Cathedrals, Abbeys etc. We explore their histories through their architecture, monuments & memorial fittings and decipher their timeline through window styles, layout and overall ambiance.

To see reports and photos from previous trips click the links in the Sidebar menu.

FUTURE TRIPS
For an overview of future meetings click View Public Calendar and select Religious Architecture from the drop-down list.

CONTACT THE GROUP CONVENOR
To send an email to Val, click Contact the Religious Architecture group.

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Ale, Cider & Lager Tasting Alternative Book Club
Art Art Appreciation
Bird Watching Bonsai
Book Club Canasta
Card and Board Games Classical Music Study
Coffee Morning Crafts
Creative Writing Cycling
Discussion Drama
Family History Film Study
Five Miles and a cup of tea French Beginners
French Conversation General Meeting
Greenfingers Grouchy Girls
Grumpy Old Men History Study
Indoor Bowls International Dining
Irish History Knit & Stitch
Local History Making Music For Fun
Music Appreciation New Members Meeting
Opera Study Photography
Poetry Appreciation Railway Enthusiasts
Religious Architecture Science
Sewing Singing for Pleasure
Striders Walking Strollers Walking
Table Tennis Tea Dancing
Ten Pin Bowling Theatre
Trips and Visits Ukulele
Wine Tasting