Monthly meetings take place in Bugbrooke Sports & Community Centre, Camp Close, Bugbrooke, NN7 3RW.
They are usually on the third Monday afternoon of the month, starting at 2.00pm. An exception is the December meeting, which is on the second Monday.
Note that as usual there is no meeting planned for August this year
The meeting scheduled for 21 September is cancelled. The meeting for 19 October is 'at risk'; official restrictions may affect this and subsequent meetings.
Any amendments to the programme will be posted here.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Mon Oct 19th||'Under the Influence' by Andy Smith.|
A musical afternoon featuring lots of instruments, and Andy sings a selection of musical pieces which have shaped his repertoire, playing and life. Lots of well-known songs to challenge your knowledge of shows and soundtracks.
|Mon Nov 16th||'Shipwrecked in Antarctica' by Georgie Hale.|
Georgie was on board a cruise ship which sank in in the Antarctic in 2008. She was on a cruise with her husband to view the wildlife of the region and she tells the story of how it all went wrong.
|Mon Dec 14th||'The Drydens of Canons Ashby: An Enigmatic Family' by Thomas Rathwell.|
Who were the Drydens who lived at Canons Ashby for over 400 years? Where did they originate? What did they do? Thomas answers these questions from the perspective of some of the more colourful, enigmatic and whimsical Drydens.
|Mon Jan 18th 2021||'The Sport of Kings and the King of Horses' by Adrian McGlynn.|
After working in a senior position at Wetherbys for 25 years, Adrian has an unrivalled insight into the sport of horseracing, and gives an entertaining tale of the sport and its human and equine participants.
|Mon Feb 15th 2021||'Growing up in Bulgaria and Learning to Play the Cello' by Milena Kavrakova.|
A cheerful and humorous account of Milena's teenage years in communist Bulgaria at the time of perestroika, Chernobyl and AIDS, and the fall of the Berlin Wall, while learning to play the cello. Milena also incorporates a delightful mini-concert.
|Mon Mar 15th 2021||'Sweet Memories' by Kevin Varty.|
A touch of nostalgia as Kevin looks back at the sweets which we enjoyed as children, and answers the question "Have Wagon Wheels got smaller?".