The Transport Group meets at the Little Bowden Bowling Club, Kettering Rd, Market Harborough, on the first Wednesday of the month from 10am until noon. The next meeting will take place on Wednesday, 6th July, when Bruce White will be showing his choice of ‘Railway Films’.
Our next meeting will take place on Wednesday, 22nd June, in the Langton Room at 2pm. We will be continuing to discuss ‘Inventions we could not do without’. All members are invited to talk for a few minutes on their chosen invention, which may range from Andrenaline to Zipper.
Following the visit to the Harborough Arboretum on 19th May 2016 no further trips are currently planned. If you have any ideas, suggestions or recommendations for future outings please contact the Groups Co-ordinators, Geoff Woods or Helen Salisbury.
Our May stroll was through lovely yellow fields of rape with stunning views. Thank you Pat for a most enjoyable stroll and to David for cleaning the information panel at Pipewell Abbey site. The July stroll is on Friday, 8th July, meeting at the Bulls Head in Clipston (LE16 9RT) at 10.15 for a 10. […]
Our next walk is on Thursday, 16th June, starting at 10am. It will be from Great Easton (the easiest route from Market Harborough is via the B664 and Medbourne). The meeting point is the grass triangle/road junction in the centre of the village, opposite the Sun pub. The walk will cover about five miles and […]
At our first meeting in May we made two different-sized pocket cards suitable for any occasion, and one of our members kindly hosted our second meeting (thank you Shirley) where we made a simple, but very attractive, gift box and a card with an evening dress theme. Members made some lovely samples all with a […]
This month’s evening walk is from Tur Langton on Thursday, 16th June, starting at 6.45 pm. Do please note our earlier than usual start time.
At our May meeting we enjoyed the Grand Tour with Judith as we visited gardens from around the world and looked at how buildings and structures enhanced our appreciation of a garden. We visited too many places to name them all, but we travelled from Moorish Gardens at Alhambra to Landscape Gardens at Stowe; from […]
At our May meeting Amanda presented the programme of music. We began with a piece for violin ‘Passacaglia in G minor’ by Heinrich von Biber (1644-1706). The soloist was David Le Page who plays frequently in the Congregational Church in the regular concerts by the Harborough Collective. This was followed by ‘Olimpiade’ by Giovanni Pergolesi […]
Thanks first go to Alan Tuck for his work as Group Co-ordinator and welcome to Helen Salisbury who took over from him after last month’s AGM. News this month is that walking football is available in conjunction with Harborough Town Football Club, which sounds like fun without being too strenuous. Full details are available here […]