All Felixstowe Meetings are held at the Salvation Army Hall in Cobbold Road  (map)

Other monthly meetings are held at Kesgrave, Saxmundham and Woodbridge or you can see them all by clicking here

 

 

Thursday 05 October 2017

Felixstowe 10.30am

River Thames Watermen: a first-hand account of the operating practices of the Port of London in the post-war era Brian Cornell

Thursday 02 November 2017

Felixstowe 10.30am

An Afternoon with Joyce Grenfell: monologues from her repertoire interspersed with details about her life and work Gillian Grimham

Thursday 04 January 2018

Felixstowe 10.30am

The Mysteries of Easter Island: the history of the island and life today, the famous statues and theories about their provenance Chris Parfitt

Thursday 01 February 2018

Felixstowe 10.30am

The Black Death: the personal and social impact of village life at the time of the Black Death of 1349 Jonathan Belsey

Thursday 01 March 2018

Felixstowe 10.30am

The Life and Films of Sophia Loren: her career from humble beginnings to international stardom – with clips from her films Simon Frampton

Thursday 05 April 2018

Felixstowe 10.30am

The Fall and Rise of Ermintrude: a 1929 bus, one of the oldest still certified to carry fare-paying passengers Tony Buckland

Thursday 03 May 2018

Felixstowe 10.30am

The Way Holidays Used to Be: a light-hearted look at why we used to rush to the seaside, how we got there and what we did when we arrived Richard Mann