Events

TALKS WITH COFFEE AND CAKE

A regular programme of meetings takes place on the last Thursday of most months. This is your opportunity to hear an interesting talk with the added incentive of a cup of coffee and a slice of delicious home-made cake. The talks are open to all (you don’t need to be a member) and cost just £3 per person. Unless otherwise stated, meetings are  held at St Joseph’s Hall in Cromer Road. Coffee is served from 10.15, with the talk beginning at about 10.30 and lasting about 45 to 60 minutes.

Programme

25th July – Anne May describes Love Language and The Healing of the Hedgerows

( There is no meeting in August because the annual Art Exhibition is held at the end of that month)

26th September – David Berwick will talk about Thomas Morley who was born in Norwich, wrote madrigals and other music and was a contemporary of Shakespeare

31st October – Ian Bedford, a research entomologist, will discuss Garden Bugs and whether to Cohabit, Conserve or Control

28th November – John Balls will describe those Survivors of the Titanic who came from Norfolk

( There is no meeting in December because it coincides with the Christmas and New Year break)

ART EXHIBITION 2019

This year’s art exhibition will again be held at the Masonic Hall, 36 Cromer Road, Sheringham, NR26 8RR. It will be open to the public from Friday 16th August until the day after the Summer Bank Holiday (i.e. Tuesday 27th August) when it will close early. The Masonic Hall is conveniently situated close to Sheringham’s largest car park, bus stops and the two railway stations (Greater Anglia and North Norfolk Railway).

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