Happy New Year and what a wonderful way to start 2019. John Morgan organised the traditional New Year’s Day Walk on Dartmoor, followed by a splendid lunch at The Whitchurch Inn, but even he has never seen so many members participate in this annual event! The weather was perfect – clear skies, firm underfoot and […]
We are going to start a Petanque Group in the spring to take advantage of the facilities that we have in Tavistock. Jean Quartley will be coordinating this and a Register of Interest is available to sign at the next monthly meeting. If you are keen to join this group – it should be fun […]
For those of you who were not able to be with us at the December meeting, you missed a really enjoyable morning. After coffee, mince pies and a Christmas welcome from Chairman Mary Badge, she introduced our Master of Ceremonies, Jean Thompson. Jean came in looking very harassed, she had some very bad news. A […]
A day trip to the Minack Theatre has been arranged to see the Cambridge Gilbert & Sullivan Society perform Princess Ida on Tuesday 24th September. As we did last year, we will be travelling in a 27-seater coach, big enough to accompany the members who want to go and small enough for the driver to […]
The Amblers enjoyed a gentle stroll from Gunnislake to Cotehele House on a dry and bright morning to view the Christmas Garland that this year commemorates World War 1. After a festive coffee and a stroll around the gardens the group were enthralled by the intricacy of the flower work and the creativity of the […]
At the first Science Group meeting, to be held at John Baker’s house on Tuesday 8th January at 2.30pm, the subject will be Artificial Intelligence.