Whitby Whaler

Events

Registration day – Registration day for the 2019 - 2020 season will be Friday 6th September @ 10am - 1pm. However new or existing members can pay membership dues at coffee mornings at any time from now on, the membership will then run until end of August 2020. So new members joining in April will get up to 5 months free!

Coffee mornings take place every month at St John Ambulance Hall, usually on the third Saturday of the month @ 10am-11:30am. See below for future dates and times.

Monthly lectures take place at St John Ambulance Hall and cover a variety of topics. Details of forthcoming lectures are given below - see the Monthly Lecture Group page in the section headed "Groups" for further details.

Outings – Regular outings are organised - see below for details.


Dates for your Diary
October 2019
Fri Oct 11thOutingA concert outing on Friday October 11th to the Sage at Gateshead is being planned . The Royal Northern Sinfonia will play Brahms - Tragic Overture, Beethoven – Romance No 1, Mendelssohn – Piano Concerto No 1, and Dvorak – Symphony No 7.

The cost will be approximately £35 for coach and concert ticket and a deposit of £20 will be needed when you book.

Contact Trevor Barrowcliffe on 600963 or email twbarrowcliffe@yahoo.co.uk or at coffee mornings
Sat Oct 19thSocialCoffee Morning October 19th 2019

St John Ambulance Hall @ 10am - 11:30pm

Unlimited cups of coffee and biscuits, 50p

(If you would like to take a table during 2019 please speak to Trevor on 600963, or Jim on 605671, and a date will be arranged for you.)
Tue Oct 22ndOutingWHITBY WHALERS TRAVEL GROUP

This trip will be to Yorkshire Sculpture Park only (no longer to include the Hepworth Museum) there is a lot going on here with lots of installations, a fabulous opportunity to see the work of well-known artists.

food can be ordered from the YSP café but will not be pre-booked as our numbers are likely to be few and the café is large enough.

Cost for this trip is now £20.

We would leave around 3pm and arrive back home around 5pm
Sat Oct 26thMeetingAGM will be on Saturday 26th October.

It will be held in the Rifle Club at 10.30 am , not as part of the coffee morning, which will take place as normal on the previous Saturday.
November 2019
Mon Nov 11thOutingWHITBY WHALERS TRAVEL GROUP

November 11th November 2019

Ann Jackson is looking into a trip to London to see the Tutankhamun Exhibition.

This is an overnight stop in London the cost will be £99 and that covers the coach fare, entry to the museum, and a night in a b&b with some free time in London.

Speak to Anne at a coffee morning, All money will need to be paid by the September coffee morning.
Sat Nov 16thSocialCoffee Morning November 16th 2019

St John Ambulance Hall @ 10am - 11:30pm

Unlimited cups of coffee and biscuits, 50p

(If you would like to take a table during 2019 please speak to Trevor on 600963, or Jim on 605671, and a date will be arranged for you.)
Wed Nov 20thOutingWHITBY WHALERS TRAVEL GROUP

Christmas @ Castle Howard

Please note that there are no Christmas Markets at Castle Howard this year but the house will be dressed up as if preparing for a Christmas Masquerade Ball.

The trip will cost £24 for entrance fee and bus.

There is also an option for us to have a two course Christmas lunch as a special group booking, this would be a further cost of £22.95.

It would be a costly day but very enjoyable we are sure! This lunch is not a definite so we look forward to hearing your preferences at the September coffee morning.
December 2019
Sat Dec 21stSocialCoffee Morning December 21st 2019

St John Ambulance Hall @ 10am - 11:30pm

Unlimited cups of coffee and biscuits, 50p

(If you would like to take a table during 2019 please speak to Trevor on 600963, or Jim on 605671, and a date will be arranged for you.)
January 2020
Fri Jan 31stSocialOn 31st January 2020 the 3rd Age Stagers, our own Amateur Dramatic Group, are inviting us to a Murder Mystery Event.

The theme will be a Vintage Ball (so a chance to dress up in posh frocks/black tie) and while we are watching the play, someone will be murdered and we will need to become detectives!

Watch this space for more details, and contact Jan Jennings if you would like to take part.

Click on a picture below to see it full-size with more details.