17th June Understanding Turner the Man, his Life, his Work – Surrey Network Study Day

Fri Jun 17th 2022 Understanding Turner: The Man, His Life & His Work
Presented by Professor Maria Chester, Subject Adviser on American Archaeology & AIUTA Secretary General
Places are available in the hall or for on-line viewing and booking is open. Poster on Turner

4th July Monthly Meeting – Prosthetic Perils’ Poetry – Andy Smith

1st Aug “What Time is the Midnight Buffet” – Vince Eager

3rd re-appearance by popular request!

3rd Oct Monthly Meeting – Jazz Age Greats – Graham Harrison

5th Sept Monthly Meeting – A History of the Medicine we take – Tony Cartwright

7th Nov Monthly Meeting – Your Country Needs You… James Taylor

5th Dec Monthly Meeting – History of the Christmas Carol – Adrienne Hesketh

10 Feb 2022 The Royal British Legion Poppy Factory Exhibition and Museum

The Poppy Factory in Richmond is a charity set up by the Royal British Legion over 100 years ago. Its aim is to support wounded veterans with health issues to find employment. It reaches beyond the factory into communities across England and Wales. We will visit the factory and learn more from their newly opened exhibition and museum.

We meet at the Poppy Factory at 10.30am and, after an introductory talk, visit the exhibition where coffee and cakes will be available. We’ll learn about the origin of the poppy symbol and have the chance to make our own poppy. The morning ends at 12.30pm. Date: Thursday, 10 February 2022 Location: The Poppy Factory, 20 Petersham Road, Richmond TW10 6UR

How to get there: Take bus 65 from Kingston to Richmond and get off at Compass Hill, opposite the Poppy Factory (last stop before Richmond Bridge – ring the bell). Unfortunately there is no parking available for visitors’ cars. Cost: £18.65 per person

The application form for this is in your Winter 2021 Newsletter