Carshalton Methodist Church Ruskin Road, Carshalton, SM5 3DE
â€˜An Unexpected Treasureâ€™, Tales from the oldest senior school in Sutton Sue James will tell the story of Sutton High school at our Coffee Morning on Saturday 16 March 10am - 12 noon. Admission Free. The school opened in January 1884 and records exist from that year. They show the school as a microcosm of both local and national events. They provide a unique glimpse into the past. Sue is currently a teacher at the school and its archivist, so an interesting talk is assured. Talk will commence at 10.30am. www.carshalton-methodist.org.uk facebook.com/CarshaltonMethodistChurch
COMPANY CLUB welcomes lively over 45s to social events including theatre, cinema, meals out, quizzes, barbeques, walks etc. New members evening 1st Thursday of the month. Contact Linda on 020 8668 1382 Glenn 020 8656 9007 Shirley 020 8651 5835 www.companyclub.co.uk SUTTON DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION NEXT MEETING:A talk about â€œMotivating Reluctant Readersâ€? by Julia Rowlandson, Specific Learning Difficulties Consultant and Trainer On Wednesday 20 March 2019 at 8pm at The Friends Meeting House, 10 Cedar Road, Sutton, SM2 5DA. A welcome return from Julia, an experienced dyslexia consultant, who always provides us with an interesting, practical session with lots of useful ideas for parents and teachers to help dyslexic children. Further details at www.suttondyslexia.org.uk or phone 07948 702491.
We urgently need volunteers at our shop in Wallington, located at 19 Woodcote Road, Wallington. You can make a difference by volunteering a few hours each week to a great cause. Come in for a taster session, see the work we do & meet the team. Together we can beat cancer. For more information, please call 020 8647 1063.
Can you help Sutton Black History Group? Our group is planning an event to celebrate Windrush day on 23 June 2019. We are seeking various performers, memories, photographs and documents from older residents to enable us to compile a booklet and exhibition for this event. If you can help or are interested please contact 020 3302 9543 for further information. BANSTEAD FLOWER CLUB Invite you to watch
National Teacher GILL MCGREGOR present “Spring Sensation” Wednesday 27th March at 2pm (Doors open 1.30pm) Raffle, members’ competition “Spring Zing”, floral sundries sales table and refreshments available. We are a friendly local flower club affiliated to NAFAS, new members and visitors (£6) always welcome. Monthly meeting and demonstration at 2pm on the 4th Wednesday of every month at Banstead Community Hall, Park Road, SM7 3AJ For further details or enquiries, see our page http://www.surreynafas.org.uk/banstead-flower-club Email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Susan Macpherson 020 8657 4328
Wallington Townswomen’s Guild Wright’s Row, Wallington, SM6 0TW We meet on the first Tuesday in the month, 7:45pm to 9:45pm. Contact Pauline Nightingale 020 8669 2855. We have speakers, quiz nights and enjoy good company.
DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN HIRE THE DIAMOND CENTRE? We have a lecture room which would be suitable for meetings, training and demonstrations. Ample parking and pleasant countryside outlook. Teas/coffees and lunches available, toilet facilities onsite. The room would comfortably take up to 30 for lectures and has a white screen. Please call for further details and viewings. From £25 per hour or £75 for a day. We also have two covered arenas and an outdoor area; hires start from £15 per hour. The Diamond Centre for Disabled Riders, Woodmansterne Road, Carshalton, SM5 4DT. Tel: 020 8 643 7764. Email: email@example.com www.diamondcentre.org.uk
Coffee Concerts in the Mallinson Room at Wallington Library, Shotfield, Wallington 11:30 - 12:30 Free. Tea & Coffee available. Wed 13 March; Lighter music revisited (Gordon Thompson) Wed 27 March; You don’t hear this that often (Eric Pridham) Wallington, Carshalton & Beddington Horticultural Society a gardening club for local people who enjoy their garden Wed 20 March - 7:30pm for 8pm. Q&As, pests/diseases, plants & veg Speaker Michaela Freed, RHS Members Advice, Wisley 8pm at the United Reformed Church, Stanley Park Road, Wallington,
BANSTEAD ARTS FESTIVAL Saturday 9 March 2019 Ashley Fripp, piano Schubert: Impromptus, D899 Chopin: Four Impromptus, Op 29, 36, 51, 66 Schumann: Fantasiestucke, Op 12 Chopin: Scherzo No 4 in E major, Op 54 Concerts at 7:30pm in the Community Hall, Park Road, Banstead Box Office: Tickets will be available at Banstead Library and online at www.bansteadarts.co.uk four weeks before the event or at the door as available. To reserve tickets: 01737 350288 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CARSHALTON BEECHES COMMUNITY WELLBEING GROUP Discover ways you can meet new people and live a more active life. Calendar of Activities Information Advice Keep Safe Keep Healthy Make friends and take part in new activities Promote independence No one should feel alone
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