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April 2018

Harrogate Spring Flower Show

Sun April 29: 8:30 am - 7:00 pm

Gardens Etc. Group Trip.  Sunday 29th April. HARROGATE SPRING FLOWER SHOW Rated Britain’s “ top gardening event” by WHICH. The first big event in the gardening calendar, welcoming the new growing season with a Spectacular Celebration of the very best in Horticulture.With Show Gardens, Floral Art, Garden Eqipment, Plants, Crafts and Gifts, Food Theatre, Garden Theatre, and much more to fill your day.Plant sell off at 4p.m., so stock up your garden for the Spring!! The entrance and coach is…

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May 2018


Wed May 2

MOORCROFT FACTORY & POTTERIES MUSEUM & ART GALLERY STOKE – ON –TRENT DUE TO DEMAND I AM DOING ANOTHER TRIP ON WEDNESDAY 2 MAY 2018 A guided factory tour of the original famous Moorcroft Pottery showing the various processes. At the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery the exhibitions include the Staffordshire Hoard of gold from the 7th Century, the largest Anglo Saxon collection ever found. A Mark XVI Spitfire which was designed by a local man and a Ceramics Collection…

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General Meeting: AGM + Dr Colin Cohen

Mon May 14: 9:45 am - 12:00 pm

A.G.M.  9.45 refreshments and 10.15 start. Dr. Colin Cohen - Art Deco Architecture in London

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Spetchley Park Gardens and Berkley Castle

Sun May 20: 8:30 am - 6:30 pm

Gardens Etc. Group Trip. Sunday 20th May A joint visit to Spetchley Park Gardens and Berkeley Castle. Price £45 to  include two guided tours, morning refreshments, pre-booked lunch and coach. Upon arrival we have refreshments in the Old Laundry Tea Room, and have then a guided tour of the gardens-1 hr. We start our day at the historic and beautiful gardens of Spetchley Park Worcester. Set within 30 acres, Spetchley is proud to be a garden for all tastes. It’s…

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Fri May 25

The Magnificent Masted Ships will create a stunning sight as they sail up the River Mersey.Three Cultural Festivals including “Liverpool Festival in the City centre” “The Irish Festival at the Albert Dock” and the” French Festival at the Pier Head. The Beetles Museum and the Maritime Museum on the Albert dock also worth a visit.We can also arrange tickets to the Terracotta Army Exibition at the World museum Liverpool,which is only a short walk to the Albert Dock Cost £18…

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June 2018

General Meeting: Caroline Roberts – There’s More to Leicester than Cheese

Mon June 11: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Perrycroft House and Garden

Fri June 15: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Featured in the N.G.S. yellow book, Perrycroft has 10 acres of garden and woodland on the upper slopes of the Malvern Hills with magnificient views.  It has an Arts and Craft s house designed by C.F.A. Voysey. There is a walled formal garden with mixed and herbaceous borders, yew and box hedges and topiary. Natural wild flower meadows, ponds, bog garden, wild and woodland walks. Some steep and uneven paths. Upon our arrival we will take refreshments, you’ll be free…

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Holdenby Hall, East Haddon

Tue June 19

Holdenby Hall is not usually open to the public but we can enjoy a tour of the house and gardens, as well as sampling tea and cake!  Ian Webb and Avril Pell - SLU3A Local History group.

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Kilworth Houe

Guys and Dolls

Wed June 27: 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Set amidst the hustle and bustle of 1950s New York, It follows professional gamblers, petty crooks, cops and dancers as they sing, dance and bluff there way through a host of endless exploits, from Times Square to Havana. Songs include “Luck be a lady tonight”, “Sit down you're rockin' the boat,” and “I’ve never been in love before” to name but a few. Cost £35.00 Must be paid by the end of January. Make your own way. To book please…

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July 2018

General Meeting: Sam Hancock – Cyber Awareness

Mon July 9: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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