IMG_9970_edited.jpg

Walk and Talk.

Wednesday 4th May.  Meet at Pistachios Cafe on the recreation ground at 9.30am and join us for a gentle stroll in the woods before stopping for a coffee at Pistachios cafe on the recreation ground. Wellingtons or sturdy shoes recommended - and wear appropriate clothing as we'll be walking come rain, shine or snow!

resolutions-1_edited.jpg

May Monthly Meeting.

Wednesday 11th May at 7.30pm.

 

Resolutions.

WI members have a unique opportunity to turn a concern into a national campaign.  This year the most popular resolution is Women and Girls with ASD & ADHD - under-identified, under-diagnosed, misdiagnosed, under-supported.

Cinema

CINEMA CLUB

The next cinema club film is The Duke. It is showing at 1.00pm on Tuesday 3rd May. Tickets are £4.00 per person and include a hot drink and a biscuit. Meet in the foyer of the Kingston Odeon at 12.45pm to buy your ticket and collect your drink.  https://www.odeon.co.uk/films/the-duke/HO00002475/?cinema=536

20220422_092950_edited_edited.jpg

Knit and natter, crochet and chatter.

 

The group meets once a month, usually on the third Thursday of the month.  Come and spend time with fellow crafters - it’s informal, relaxed and suitable for crafters of all levels - bring along your latest project or we can teach you how to knit or crochet.  The next group meeting will be at Sheila's on Thursday 19th May at 2.15pm.

Over a cup of tea

Coffee and Cake.

 

Come and join us for coffee, cake and conversation on Thursday 26th May at 10.30am in the Claygate Day Centre.

Venice

April Monthly Meeting.

The Venetian Connection.  Major Paul Whittle

 

The Grand Canal - “the most beautiful street in the world”.

 

Tradition has it that Venice was founded in AD421 by the people of the Veneto fleeing danger from the mainland to the wild uninhabited islands off the coast.  From such humble beginnings Venice grew to be an immensely powerful city state controlling large areas of the Mediterranean shores.

Hands-Face-Space-Poster-2-1.jpg

Following the relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions, the Committee is pleased to announce that monthly meetings will be held in the Church Hall rather than via Zoom.

 

Chairs will be spaced at an appropriate distance.

 

Doors will remain open throughout the meeting.

 

You must not come along if you are feeling unwell or if you have been in contact with someone who is unwell.