Our monthly meeting is on the second Tuesday of the month, from 10.30am till 12.30pm, in St Mary’s Church Hall W14 9BA. The hall is on the corner of Edith/Gliddon Road and Hammersmith Road and has disabled access. It is about 300m north of Barons Court station or from Hammersmith bus station a 9, 10, 27 or 391 going east will take you to the Brook Green stop (second stop) 100m from the hall
Attendance is free for members. Visitors are welcome for a donation of £2.50 which will be refunded to those joining on the day.
The meetings begin with an update from the Chair, current news from Group Conveners and any other items of interest. This is followed by tea, coffee and biscuits (50p) where members have the chance to socialise. In the final part, we have invited speakers on a range of interesting topics, usually supported by audio-visual equipment.
The speaker line up is: -
|Dates for your Diary|
|Tue Jan 14th 2020||David Evans|
At Your Newsagents Now - How very popular publications flourished in Britain
|Tue Feb 11th 2020||Matt Brown|
Unbuilt London - the extraordinary schemes that did not make it past the planners
|Tue Mar 10th 2020||Tuesday 10th March 2020|
PC Tom Lee
Phone & Cyber Crime Prevention - how to protect yourself from fraud
|Tue Apr 14th 2020||Andrew Warde|
Docklands on the North Bank - transformation of the lower reaches of the Thames
|Tue May 12th 2020||Ian Keable|
The Art of Deception - the link between magic and art
|Tue Jun 9th 2020||Sue Ellis - London Air Ambulance Charity|
|Tue Jul 14th 2020||Dr James Taylor|
Forgotten Art of the Picture Postcard - Brilliant British humour 1840-1950s
|Tue Aug 11th 2020||Anthony Poulton-Smith|
Just What is a Scientific Term? - How many we use every single day
|Tue Sep 8th 2020||Showcase of Group Activities|
Non-Members welcome (free to all)
|Tue Oct 13th 2020||David Websdale|
CERN - The Early Universe: questions the Large Hadron Collider might answer.
|Tue Nov 10th 2020||Ken Knight|
Pop Art - was it really so bad?
|Tue Dec 8th 2020||Christmas Party|