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Glassmakers’, Diana Lloyd looks at the work of Lalique and Galle and their influence on their contemporaries. Galle’s beautiful one-off pieces in the Art Nouveau style and Lalique’s superb glass, designed in the Art Deco style, were an inspiration to many 20th century studio glassmakers. If you have been amazed by the Lalique glass sometimes seen on the Antiques Roadshow, or on display in our country houses, go along and learn more. The Society meets in Shalford Village Hall on the fourth Tuesday in the month at 9.45 am for coffee. Lectures start at 10.30am. New members and visitors are very welcome. Details of their programme of lectures, visits and holidays for 2014 can be found on their website http://www.nadfas-westsurrey. co.uk/ For more information ring 01483 811671.
with a programme of singing, dancing and a little bit of magic. The aim, as well as putting on a great show, is to raise lots of money for the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice and Help for Heroes. Tickets go on sale in May and are priced at £14.50. Please email welovetodance.net@ googlemail.com for tickets.
To celebrate Cranleigh in Bloom, there will be a concert with a ﬂoral theme given by the highly regarded high voices ensemble Cantilena on Saturday 17th May at 7.30pm in St Nicolas Church. Cantilena is a small chamber choir for female voices. Founded in 2010 by its director Jenny Hansell, they are based in the Horsham/Cranleigh area and many of the singers are music teachers who love singing and want to tackle a varied and challenging repertoire to a high standard. You can find out more On Saturday 12th July, We Love To about them on their website www. Dance and friends will present their cantilenachoir.jimdo.com. Tickets charity fundraising show ‘Time to for the concert are £12, including Shine’, at the Ben Travers Theatre, refreshments, and can be obtained Charterhouse. There will be two by emailing canti lena.info@gmail. Wispers R&A 91.5x147 advert April 2014 04/04/2014 12:51 Page 1 performances, 3pm and 7.30pm, com or ringing 01483 275489.
Conquest Art are having an Open Morning on Thursday 29th May at the United Church, Bridge Street, Godalming between 10am and 12pm. Conquest Art is a weekly art group for the physically disabled. At the open morning you will be able to meet the members, view their artwork and partake in tea and cake. They would love to see lots of people there. Learn more about the industrial history of Godalming. The first Godalming Town Walk this summer will be on Saturday 10th May starting at 2.30pm at the Pepperpot. The walking is gentle and usually lasts about an hour and a half. If you would like more information contact Pam Talbot at pamtalbot@ clara.co.uk. If the walks have to be cancelled a notice will appear on the Pepperpot door. The dates for the rest of the summer are 14th June, 12th July and 9th August. All walks will start at 2.30pm at the Pepperpot and are free; just turn up. Details of walks during the Heritage Weekend
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Wispers Park Retirement Village
Wispers Lane, Haslemere,Surrey, GU27 1AB
How to find us
Entering Haslemere on A286, follow signs for Community Hospital. Turn right into Church Lane and follow road as it becomes High Lane then Inval Hill. Turn right into Wispers Lane (signposted).
Entering via B2131 (Wey Hill). Turn left after Crown and Cushion pub then left into Weydown Rd before railway bridge. At end turn left onto Inval Hill. Follow for 50m and turn right into Wispers Lane
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