Several Interest Groups are making plans to resume meeting and some of the outdoor group activities have already begun. This is an update from Jean Quartley, the Groups Coordinator. The Science Group plan their first monthly meeting for 6 on Tuesday 18th June and the Scrabble Group will resume again in July. Members of the […]
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Arts Society Lecturer Twigs Way is a garden historian fascinated by the crossover in horticulture and art and literature. Read how this flower was once used as a herb here, courtesy of The Arts Society.
Despite the news of gales, storms and rainfall, 10 Amblers met at Pixon Lane last Monday and enjoyed a guided walk in Bere Alston led by Sandra Bradbury – and what a treat we had in store. Non of the Amblers present had done this walk before and that says a lot considering that there […]
The Arts Society have produced some interesting information on the history of canals. Apparently most people in England and Wales live within five miles of a canal, and the local towpath can be a gateway to a wealth of built and natural heritage. Towpaths are easily accessible and often lead to interesting places and provide […]
Our talk via zoom on 22nd April was given by Mike Wabe, from his home in Norfolk, and 40+ members had the pleasure of watching this online. It was a truly excellent talk, and it was clear that our speaker has studied all aspects of the “Enigma” story in detail and with great enthusiasm. We […]