Membership Application Forms will be available at each monthly meeting.
The membership fee for 2023/4 will be £20 and will be renewable 31 March 2023.
If you are unable to attend a meeting, please contact the Membership Secretary on 01432 273081.
Membership Applications can only be made on the official Membership Application Forms which are double sided and marked "Version 8 14/4/23".
Our monthly meetings are now held at the KINDLE CENTRE, next to Asda on Belmont Road in the City.
We are able to gain entry into the Hall from 10 am.
Coffee and tea available at a fee of £1.50 - honesty box system will be used.
Please try to bring the exact money. The club will be billed for any shortfall.
CAR PARKING is FREE for the first 3 hours in the Asda parking area.
Please note - no parking is allowed beside the Kindle Centre as it is reserved for Kindle Centre staff.
For more information contact: 01432 356653.
|Dates for your Diary
|Thu Mar 7th
|NO MEETING THIS MONTH.
|Thu Apr 4th
|"THE THREE CHOIRS 1662 LEGEND: A THREEFOLD CORD", a talk by Steve Williams.
|Thu May 2nd
|Annual General Meeting
Sustainable Food Production - Kate Ashbrook
|Thu Jun 6th
|Politically Incorrect - The Songs of Tom Lehrer - Peter Gill
A tribute to American songwriting satirist Tom Lehrer - a true songwriting genius with a biting, sometimes macabre sense of fun. With as much of Lehrer’s repertoire as can be got into an hour.
|Thu Jul 4th
|An introduction to Permaculture by Chris Evans.
|Thu Sep 5th
|A History of Rotherwas by Angela Williams.
|Thu Oct 3rd
|Passports, Assassins, Traitors and Spies by Martin Lloyd.
|Thu Nov 7th
|Crusading Monks, Blackfriars and Servitors by David Whitehead.
|Thu Dec 5th
|The Complex History of Coningsbury Hospital in Widemarsh Street, Hereford by Chris Millington.
|Thu Jan 2nd 2025
|Bomb Disposal by Mick Atkinson.
|Thu Feb 6th 2025
|More stories from the Herefordshire Suffrage Campaign by Clare Wichbold.
|Fri Mar 7th 2025
|5 Extraordinary Churches by Penny Platts.
|Thu Apr 3rd 2025
|Birch, Beer and Bibles - Tudor Education by Kirsty Bingham.