Haslemere

Events

Meetings will be held at Haslemere Hall usually on the second Monday of January, February, March, May, June, September, October and November. The meetings start at 2.00pm unless otherwise noted with a guest speaker, details of future meetings are included in Dates for your Diary below. Members and guests are welcome to these open meetings. There is no charge for attending the meetings.

The dates and details of Wine Appreciation groups and First Aid meetings will also be shown when scheduled.

Details of excursions will be included when scheduled.

Dates for your Diary
Meetings
Thu Dec 9th John Rutter Carol Concert

Arena seats are available in the Royal Albert Hall for the above event to be held on Thursday 9th December at 3.00

Ticket price is £48 per person and includes travel by coach.

Please contact Don Stacey for further information - his email address is shown in the July Newsletter emailed to members.
Mon Jan 10th 2022 Tony Harris - Henry V111. Tony Harris is a professional comedian, raconteur and actor who specialises in historical talks with a hysterical twist. His presentation on Henry V111 not only informs but lifts the spirits.
Mon Feb 14th 2022 Steve Herra – The Prince’s Murderous Mistress. Steve Herra was a long term Cunard Employee. He tells of an interesting lady who was a mistress of the Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII) and also stood trial for murder in the Old Bailey.
Mon Mar 14th 2022 Nigel McKnight – The Adventures of a Dyslexic Author. Nigel McKnight will concentrate more on the adventures than the dyslexia, delivering a humorous talk that has been found both thrilling and inspiring.
Mon May 9th 2022 Phil Holt – Controlling 9/11. Phil Holt was an air traffic controller for over 40 years. His talk gives an account of the challenges posed on 9/11 and the way that these were dealt with.
Mon Jun 13th 2022 James Taylor – Sir Merton Russell-Cotes. James Taylor was an art specialist in an auction house and museum curator. His subject is the colourful man whose collection lies at the heart of the Bournemouth museum named after him.