Pershore & District

Events

Monthly meetings (held on the third Tuesday of each month)have returned to our usual venue of Number 8 in Pershore starting at 2pm.

However we are able to stream the live meeting via Zoom for those who would prefer not to attend in person at this time.
A few days prior to a meeting, Mary Greer, our Membership and Beacon administrator, will send out Zoom invitations to all members with email addresses. Please ensure that Mary has your (new) email address if you have recently changed it or have just acquired one.

Dates for your Diary
Meetings
Tue Dec 21st

A Regency Christmas

It's 1811 and Jane Austen, her mother , sister Cassandra and friend Martha Lloyd have been living in Chawton Cottage, having moved from Bath and Southampton.
They are preparing for a traditional Christmas but were their traditions the same as ours? Just how different was a Regency Christmas?

This meeting will not be able to be broadcast via Zoom so please join us at Number 8 as From Time to Time bring the past to life, including seasonal songs, poetry, stories, and plenty of fun and laughter!

Tue Jan 18th 2022

The Hand of Genius

After carving The Lord's Prayer on the head of a pin, and engraving the words, 'Nothing is Impossible' along the sharp edge of a Wilkinson Sword razor blade, Graham has appeared in many news, radio and television features internationally, and been the subject of a Discovery Channel documentary. He will speak about his unique talent.

Hybrid meeting in person at Number 8 and also available by Zoom

Tue Feb 15th 2022

The Past, Present and Future of the Gloucestershire & Warwickshire Steam Railway

The Gloucestershire & Warwickshire Railway is a volunteer operated heritage railway in Gloucestershire and Worcestershire offering a round trip of 28 miles. It uses part of the route of the former Great Western Railway's main line from Birmingham to Cheltenham which used to run via Stratford-upon-Avon.
It now operates steam and heritage diesel trains between Cheltenham Racecourse and Broadway through some of the most spectacular scenery in the Cotswolds. The line commands wonderful views of the nearby sleepy hamlets and villages, with outstanding outlooks across to the Malvern Hills and beyond. A talk by Richard Summers

Hybrid meeting in person at Number 8 and also available by Zoom