Change to the Programme
Our first meeting for the new season will be the AGM which will now be held on Thursday 12 September and not as shown in the programme as 5 September. Papers will be with you shortly.
Our Next Outing
Will be the Autumn Walk around High Elms (http://www.gardens-to-go.org.uk/High_Elms.htm) and a Meal at Shampan 4 at The Spinning Wheel on Sunday 11 August. The plan is to meet in the first car park along High Elms Road when coming from Farnborough at 3.00 p.m. If this car park is full we will be walking in the direction of the Golf Club. I’ll have my phone on (07929 911685) so anyone using a different car park can find us. We’ll take a slow walk around High Elms, the aim being to drive to Shampan 4 (Grays Road, Westerham, TN16 2HX) arriving about 5.30 p.m. Could you let me know if you will be coming as we’ll look out for you and also we can let Shampan 4 have an idea of numbers.
Paul Foley’s exhibition “Intimate Vision” is currently on at Stables Gallery, Hall Place, Bexley, DA5 1PQ until 18 August.
Rye and District’s exhibition “Treasures of Romney Marsh” is an exhibition of photos of their fourteen churches by Dr. Douglas Moss at St. Mary’s Centre, Lion Street, Rye from Monday 5 to Saturday 10 August from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Free entry. More info on www.douglasmoss.co.uk.
If you took any good photos at the Rare Breeds Centre and are willing for the Centre to use them, could you please send a low resolution image to Peter Ergis (email@example.com).
Things to do this weekend
Hever Castle and Gardens – a Celebration Joust – Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 July. English Knights v French Knights. Also get cool in their splashing Water Maze. More info on www.hevercastle.co.uk.
PAGB e-News No. 96
Please click on this link to see e-news 96. This issue has the full results from the recent Inter-Club PDI Championship at Warwick.