Our monthly meetings are held at the Royal British Legion Club in Audley Road, Newport TF10 7DP on the 3rd Tuesday of every month, commencing at 2.00 p.m. There is usually a speaker booked at each meeting on a range of varied topics. Admission is free for members (in 2020) and £2 for non-members. Refreshments are available. Ample car parking.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Tue Apr 21st||
Modern Day Slavery
Combating modern day slavery by offering safe housing, providing support for victims, raising awareness in communities, and partnering with enforcement authorities.
|Tue May 19th||
The History of Toastmastering and Master of Ceremonies.
This includes the rules and history of the toastmaster role along with stories of the events he has covered.
It is interactive so should be interesting.
|Tue Jun 16th||
An Illustrated Talk about Charles Rolls
Charles Rolls was a motoring pioneer but he was also a balloonist, aristocrat, early aviator and of course most famously the co-founder of Rolls Royce.
|Tue Jul 21st||
Talking about how to use the recycling service, what happens to the waste and recycling, and about some of the wider work of Veolia in the borough.
|Tue Sep 15th||
Alison spoke to us in January about her bee colonies and because we enjoyed it so much she is returning to talk again about why honey bees swarm. What she does to collect them etc and finishes her talk with some interesting folklore about bees.