Unfortunately, owing to unforeseen circumstances, the walk on 21st July has been cancelled. Alastair & Christine Willis.
Our next meeting is on 29th July when we have a slightly different challenge. As well as reading pieces inspired by the title “Fashion”, we are also challenged to write a complete story in exactly 50 words – on any subject. Good luck!
Our August meeting will take place on the 3rd of August, when John Crow will be showing the film “Learning to Steam”. This film describes all you need to know about how to drive a Steam Locomotive. New members are always welcome, contact me for details. Michael Milsom.
Our next meeting will take place on Wednesday, 27th July, in the Langton Room at 2pm when Peter Ellement will present a talk entitled “One hundred and eighteen elements and the Periodic Table”. This talk will be of special interest to those members who are avid watchers of “Pointless” on BBC1. New members are always […]
We finish on July 13th for our summer break and start again in September. Keep checking back for the date. Pam Duffin.
Topics and dates for the rest of the year are as follows: July 15th Landscapes; August 19th Fruit, vegetables and/or flowers; September 16th Architecture; October 21st Close – ups/macros; November 18th Mist/fog; and December 16th is our Social Lunch. Chris Mosley.
There was no doubt about June’s highlight for everyone at Titchmarsh – a cuckoo! There was the usual (for this time of year) supporting cast of sedge, reed, willow, garden and cetti’s warblers, chiffchaff, whitethroat and blackcap. July’s outing is on the 21st, contact me for details. Bruce White.
July’s walk is on Tuesday, 19th July, from the church in Medbourne starting at 7pm. The walk will be led by Frank and is approximately five miles.
We meet at the Evangelical Church in Bath Street, Market Harborough, at 10am and play progressive rubber bridge for two hours except on the first Tuesday of each month when we hold a ‘Gentle Duplicate’ (pairs) competition. June’s winners were N/S Gill Dromey & Jane Birchall tied with Pauline & John Cameron, E/W Barbara Middleton […]
Despite it being on the summer solstice, persistent rain and a lack of cover at Sywell on last month’s visit there forced us to decamp to Summer Leys, where in the shelter offered by the two hides in the car park and employing a ‘let the birds come to us’ policy, we stayed dry and […]