PLEASE NOTE: This event is now SOLD OUT! Join us for an Afternoon Tea Party on Wednesday 29th June at Walton Village hall. Full details and an application form for tickets to the event will be included in the MAY edition of your Newsletter. Early booking is essential, to avoid disappointment.
Price £16.00 per person, which includes a traditional Afternoon Tea with a selection of sandwiches, home made cakes & scones with jam and cream, tea/coffee and a glass of bubbly AND entertainment by the lovely Lola Lamour
Dress code optional, but, feel free to enter into the spirit of the celebration by wearing an appropriate outfit.
Meetings are usually held on the first Wednesday of each month, except August. The fee of £2 will apply and all members are welcome. Refreshments 30p
Wednesday 4th May: Collecting Nuts and Cleaning the Drains; labourservices owned by the bishop’s tenants in and around Walton in the 1920’s
Dr Nigel Tringham will be talking about a survey of Episcopal manors commissioned by Walter Langton in 1926.
Wednesday 1st June: The Brewers Sting: How thw Queen was trapped at Chartley Manor.Trevor Fisher: An ullistrated talk. There are many unresolved issues about the events which led to the arrest of Mary Queen of Scots for high treason at Tixall, Staffordshire.
A new singing group will be making its debut on Wed 21st Sept from 10.30am – 12 noon, Walton Village Hall in the Bromage room.
We will be singing a variety of popular songs from the 20th century bringing back memories of that golden age of musical medley from the 20s right through to Abba in the 70s. The singing will be very light-hearted with no hard practice as we are not a choir. Anyone can sing along with others in a group so why not give it a try.
We have taken great pride over the years to offer a wide variety of outings in every Newsletter and would like to continue to do so.
Mike Jones our organiser for Symphony Concerts has now decided to retire so if you enjoy attending these wonderful concerts please volunteer to take on this role, Mike would be very happy to guide you through.
Please contact Pat Hayward if you would like to join our team of organisers. Help and advise always available.
David has arranges an day in Mid-Wales, with a delightful ride through beautiful countryside on the charming Welshpool and Llanfair narrow-gauge steam railway, with the afternoon at the lovely house and gardens of Powis Castle.
Full details of the outing and booking form will be included in the MAY edition of your Phoenix Newsletter.
The National Waterways Museum brings together a unique fleet of historic boats and rich collections and archives to tell the story of British canals and waterways. The handsome Victorian buildings that house the Museums displays sit amidst a scene of locks and moorings vibrant with historic and visiting narrow boats.
Full details of the outing and booking slip will be available in the MAY edition of your Phoenix Newsletter
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