The Wallington Directory - January 2023

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Quilters of Sutton

We are a small group of patchwork and quilters that meet on the first Thursday of the month (except January), from 7.30 to 9.30pm at The Trinity Centre, Maldon Road, Wallington, SM6 8BL.

We welcome visitors for up to 3 visits (£4 per visit) before deciding if you would like to join the group.

No previous experience is necessary. To see our upcoming activities and details of our previous ones, please visit www.quiltersofsutton.blogspot.co.uk or email quiltersofsutton@gmail.com with any questions of for further information.

Wallington Evening

Townswomen’s Guild

Ladies, are you looking to make friends in the area?

We invite ladies to come along to our monthly meetings, held on the first Tuesday of the month, 19.30 - 21.30 in The Mallinson Room, in Wallington Library. Entrance via the Shotfield side door, £3 including refreshments.

In January instead of our regular meeting we will enjoy an evening meal at a local restaurant.

If you would like to know more Contact Jill 0208 647 0801

Sutton Dyslexia Association

The next meeting of Sutton Dyslexia Association is on Monday 23rd January 2023 at 8pm via zoom. The talk is “The Lost Art of Visual Learning”

A talk by Olive Hickmott, Forensic and Learning Coach

If you would like to join this zoom meeting, please register in advance by emailing your first name, surname and email address to: admin@suttondyslexia.org.uk

First of all, you will receive an acknowledgement of your registration and then on the morning of the meeting we will send the joining details.

Our next parent/carer drop-in is on Wednesday 25th January 2023, 10-11.30am at Oaks Park Café, Croydon Lane, Banstead, SM7 3BA. Come and meet other parents of children with dyslexia and have a chat. Members of the committee will be there too.

WALLINGTON FARMERS MARKET

Saturday 14 January 2023 (check our website for updates). 9am - 1pm.

Old Town Hall & Library Gardens, Wallington, SM6 3DE

Visit the borough’s oldest Farmer’s Market and hosts around 28 local producers stalls each month, offering a range of local produce including meat, fish, cheeses and seasonal fruit and vegetables. We also have live music at the market. If you are interested in volunteering to perform or sing, please email: info@ecolocal.org.uk

Full details at www.ecolocal.org.uk

WALLINGTON & CARSHALTON STAMP CLUB

Founded 1938. Meets at 2pm at The Guide Hall, Wallington Green, SM6 0TW on the third Tuesday every month.

We have a variety of speakers throughout the year. Visitors are welcome. For further information please contact Brian Asquith, on 020 8643 3926 or brianasquith@talktalk.net

Local Townswomen’s Guilds

Beddington Townswomen’s Guild

The Guide Hall, Wallington Green (behind the Duke’s Head Pub). We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month, 2-4pm. We are an organisation for women, offering friendship, outings and activities etc. Contact 07954 028884.

Carshalton & Wallington Morning Townswomen’s Guild

The Scout Hall, Wallington High Street, behind Café Nero. We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every month. 10-12pm. We are an organisation for women offering friendship, outings and activities etc. Contact 020 8395 8085.

Would you like to meet new people, spend time in nature and get some exercise?

We’d love you to join us on the field for our Saturday morning sessions. We welcome help with the following tasks: hand weeding - mowing - strimming - plantingtidying - general gardening duties

Join us from 10.30am until 12.30pm

If you’d like to meet new people, get some fresh air and exercise, find out more on our website www.carshaltonlavender.org Telephone: 07948 174907 Email: info@carshaltonlavender.org

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