Seventeen members turned out for the October ride at Grafham Water. This was our largest number riding this year. Many thanks to June and Pete for arranging this most enjoyable ride. The next ride will be our last for 2017. Please meet at The Crown, Tur Langton at 1030am on Friday 1st December. Hopefully, you […]
The dates for November are the 14th and the 28th, we will not be meeting in December. We start again on January the 9th and new members are always welcome. We meet on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month from 10-12noon. If you are interested do please contact me. Susanne Trevorrow.
Helen brought three Argentinian Malbecs to our October meeting. They all tasted quite different and for once our ratings reflected the price: we gave top score to the Cantena Malbec at £13.99 from Majestic. Peter is scheduled to bring a selection of reds from South Africa to our next meeting on November 16th, and Pat […]
The subject is ‘Young and Old’ at our next meeting on 14th November in Bowden Room. Phyllis Lord.
At our meeting on 8th November we started reading ‘A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream’. We meet in the Bowden Room. Phyllis Lord.
After a short Choral version of Goethe’s ‘Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage’ by Beethoven, we launched into our review of music by Mendelssohn with his Overture based on the same two poems. This was followed by his first Piano Concerto in G Minor, a piece less familiar to the group. Our morning continued with the […]
The next walk, which will be led by Frank and Linda Carruthers, will be on 30th November starting at 10am from Samuel Pepys pub car park in the hamlet of Slipton. This is the first of our winter walks and will be followed by lunch, therefore please meet by 9.45am so we can pre-order. We […]
The Family History group has a guest speaker for its meeting on 16th November. Dr Kim Price from the University of Liverpool will present a talk entitled ‘Sink or swim; British professions and their families, 1750-1950’. It is the result of a 3-year study on the emergence of professions as a social group in the […]
We are still learning how to use public transport and to get around and now we have five new members to swell our ranks. We are still revising bit by bit and also tackling the ‘definite article’ and prepositions which is particularly difficult, but, as we keep telling ourselves, learning a language is good for the […]
One weekend in September four members of the German Improvers group boarded a train in Market Harborough bound for a few days in Cologne (Köln). Leaving at 1015am, we arrived in Cologne at 1930pm in the pouring rain, having changed at London and Brussels on the way. Fortunately, the rain stopped, and we had dry, […]