Bridge Group – Beginners and Improvers


This group meets weekly at Peter’s home in N3, from, and is set up specifically to teach people from absolute beginners to those who have learnt the basics but understand that there is much more to learn. Due to the nature of the group, numbers will need to be fairly limited.

The weekly meetings will be supplemented by bridge quizzes for the members to take away with them,  with the answers being discussed at the following meeting.



Come and join us at our friendly, monthly Scrabble session which is held at Lis’ home.

Who Do You Think You Are?


Following the release of the 1921 and 1939 censuses, Peter Cox revived the Who Do You Think You Are? group which he ran a few years ago. This is now combined with the Ancestry group which was run by Candiss Waldram. The aim is to help people who want to either start or continue family and local history research, with the help of Peter’s subscriptions to the Ancestry and FindMyPast family history websites.

If you’re interested, please contact Peter at

Meetings will be as a group on zoom, monthly on Mondays at 2.30pm, or one-to-ones with new starters, and as the need arises he will be taking a carload to the National Archive.

Armchair Critics

We talk about anything in the arts which has been of particular interest to us. This could be theatre, film, opera, music, exhibitions or even books. The idea is that everyone is able to have their say, leading to lively discussions.


Italian – brush up your Italian

Have you studied Italian for a few years? Do you need a chance to use it before you lose it? We are a relaxed and informal group conversing at a fairly simple level, with the aim of becoming more confident and fluent over time.