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Usually on the second Monday of the month. They start with an informal gathering over tea and coffee, served from 10.00 am. The main meeting is a talk by a distinguished expert in their area.
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- Far Away Day to Winchester Cathedral Christmas Market
- Members Festive Lunch
- New Shared Learning Project – Smithfield and its residents in the year of the Great Plague 1665
- Away Day to Southwark Cathedral
- New Shared Learning Project – 17th Century History
- Away Day trip to Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
- The Northern Line – September 2017
- Open Day – 4 September 2017
- Oberammergau 2020
- AGM minutes
- Summer programme
- Mary Fielding Guild – volunteers wanted
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The lost histories of urban communities in late 17th-century England A collaboration with Roehampton University. Deadline for applications: 1st December 2017. See our SLP webpage for details.
20th October Just around the corner from the world-famous Portobello Road Market stands a treasure trove of retro design and memories. Imagine walking through galleries full to the brim with oddities and wonders alike, where every corner you turn leads … Continue reading
The latest edition of The Northern Line is now online. See the NEWSLETTERS menu above to read it and earlier editions.
OPEN DAY – for members and non-members alike Monday 4th September 10.30 to 12 noon St Paul’s Church Long Lane N3 2PU DO YOU WANT A CHANGE OF DIRECTION OR TO TRY SOMETHING NEW? DO YOU WANT TO REVIEW YOUR … Continue reading
External MARY FEILDING GUILD The Mary Feilding Guild, a residential home for the active elderly, is looking for people to help with Shopping trips Reading to residents Outings Walks (training will be given) Visiting residents Sharing special interests such as … Continue reading
A pilot scheme on this subject last year by the University of Kent identified many hundreds of plays produced during WW1. The next stage is to trace the playwrights, research the performance histories across the country and delve into the … Continue reading
The following groups are looking for extra members: NLU3A Portrait Studio Festin ente (Latin) French Literature Arts and Craft and we are planning a possible new group: Spanish – lower intermediate
Bowling, singing, acting, walking, eating, thinking, sewing, painting, laughing, dancing, writing, learning, watching, sympathising, printing, drinking, giggling, playing and more This was our Summer Programme last year, which our many event organisers made happen and we thank them all very … Continue reading