PROGRAMME OF TALKS AND MEETINGS AT WOODBRIDGE

September 2022– June 2023

All Woodbridge meetings are held at the

Woodbridge Football Club

7 Fynn Road

Woodbridge IP12 4S

There is plenty of car parking available 

All talks start at 10.30 am and refreshments are available from 10:00 am.

 

We ask that those members attending, take a Lateral Flow test either

on the morning of the meeting or on the day before.

We also ask that, where possible, wear masks for the meeting. We will ensure

that there is ventilation in the hall and that the seating is socially distanced.

 

We would  like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very

happy and healthy 2022.

 
Monday 17 October
Woodbridge 10.30am
Shadowing Peter Pan: a talk by a well-known auctioneer and television personality, giving an insight into her personal and public life and how she has been led by shadowing Peter Pan - Elizabeth Talbot.
 
Monday 21 November
Woodbridge 10.30am
Ukulele Band Concert including some Christmas music: growing out of the Ukulele for Beginners Short Course, the Ukulele Band has played to groups all over Suffolk - Martin Walklate. 
 
Monday 16 January
Woodbridge 10.30am
Exploring East Anglia by Bus Pass: how to access many local sites of historical interest whilst travelling - free - by bus - Pip Wright.
 
Monday 20 February
Woodbridge 10.30am 
A Wander Around Christchurch Mansion and Ipswich Museum: the origins of Ipswich Museum and the story of Christchurch Mansion, highlighting some of the diverse collection - Erica Borrows.
 
Monday 20 March
Woodbridge 10.30am
Medical Dection and Medical Alert Assisstance Dogs: the work of both types of dog and the ways in which they save lives with non-invasive detection of human diseases - Norma Howell.
 
Monday 17 April
Woodbridge 10.30am
A Royal Year: the experiences of a Royal Family expert and his travels across Europe to learn about nine of the ten European monarchies and their familes - Ken Stone.
 
Monday 15 May
Woodbridge 10.30am
Dressing Henry VII: looking into what Henry VII wore with examples of the fashion of the day for the audience to try on - Jacqueline Norman.