Royston

Current Affairs

NEXT MEETING: 21st October Banyers House
NEW TIME: at 3.30 pm - 5.00 pm

Topic: Crowdfunding

We will start at 3.30 pm with 20-30 minutes of general discussion about items which have been in the news, followed by an in-depth discussion of our main topic.

Future Dates for 2019:
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE

18th November - at Banyers House
16th December - at Banyers House..general discussion with tea/coffee & mince pies

Going forward in 2020 as usual on the 3rd Monday of the month

Venue: Currently sessions are being held at Banyers House

The meetings may return to The Old Barn, Upper King Street, Royston in 2020. Currently no charge is being made for these sessions but in future there may be a charge of £3-£5 per person.

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE FROM OCTOBER 2019 - BANYERS HOUSE

Members participate in a range of discussions. Possible subjects include: ‘What the papers say’, ‘The EU’, ‘Local News’, ‘Immigration’, ‘Events in other Countries', and more...

Each meeting lasts for around an hour and a half.

If you are interested in joining this interesting and informative group, please email Marion Sweet or phone 01763 273806

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Book Club 1 Book Club 2
Book Club 3 Classic Novels
Clay Shooting Current Affairs
Curry Club Cycling and Motorcycling
Film Group Fitness
Five Mile Walks French Conversation
Gardening Golf
Golf Croquet History
Jazz Appreciation Mixed Craft
Patchwork Petanque/Boules
Pilates Pottery - Hand Building
Quiz Reading - Short Stories
Seated Exercise Solo Sundays
Tai Chi Theatre Visits
Ukulele Walking: Strollers
Who do you think they were? Wine Appreciation