These usually take place on the second Monday of the month but are currently suspended because of Covid-19, and the format would be to gather from 10.00 am for tea, coffee and chat. This would be followed by a talk given by a distinguished speaker.
Non members are welcome to come to one of these meetings, to find out more about us. However, our first virtual talk took place on Zoom on 6 July and planned talk will take place on September 7th. A programme of further talks is currently being organised, and further details will be posted here (Monthly Meetings)
Until we are permitted to meet as large groups in the flesh, we will present the monthly meetings using the Zoom Meeting facility which is available for members. This will permit up to 100 participants, but they will have to pre-book a place. It is recommended that you gain some experience in using zoom before joining one of these meetings. The meeting will be recorded, so that members who cannot attend or wish to experience the lecture again, will be able to do so on-line.
The next virtual monthly meeting will be on Monday 7 September:
Stories of the law
Former practising solicitor Colin Davey will bring real cases to life, from a snail in a ginger beer bottle to outraged apartment dwellers being overlooked by a UK cultural institution. Colin spoke to us in 2018 about the developers in the City of London. A City of Westminster guide, he took us on two guided walks, in Bloomsbury in 2019 and in the Jewish East End in 2018. He writes and lectures, and continues to do guided walks in London.