We meet: 2nd & 4th Thurs variable 09:30?11:30 at St John?s Church Hall.This year both classes have been well attended as usual, and have produced a variety of articles to a very high standard. Most people don?t realise how therapeutic patchwork is, how soothing to sit quietly and produce something in wonderful colours and textures. Do we appreciate how lucky we are to be able to attend classes with friendly people and with Maria to guide and advise? Iris Oakden for Maria
We meet: 3rd Thurs 10:00-13:00 at various locations.We ramble between 4 and 6 miles in and around the picturesque Surrey Hills. If you would be interested in joining a friendly group to 'walk and talk' in beautiful surroundings you would be most welcome. We hope to see you in September. Graeme Redrup
We meet: 3rd Thurs 10:30?12:00 at St Mark?s Community Centre.We work together to investigate fun, interesting and unusual mathematical ideas. No prior knowledge is required, only a desire to discover the magic of mathematics. Monica
We meet: 1st & 3rd Thu 14:00-16:00 at the Unitarian Church Hall
A friendly and mutually supportive art and craft group open to beginners or the more experienced. We explore ways to create 2 and 3 dimensional art work combining a variety of media eg paint, pastel, collage, clay and textiles. This year so far have had three outings for lunch and an exhibition visiting The Lightbox Gallery, Woking twice and also Churt Sculpture Park. We will plan more outings next year. Guidance and help is always available alongside suggestions for personal projects. Pam
Update: St Mark's will be used as a Polling Station on 12th December so will not be available for the group, please consult your Group Leader for advice.
We meet: Thurs 14:00-15:00 at St Mark's Community Centre.We will be reading simple dialogues in French to expand your vocabulary (most people remember a little French from their school days!). We will also be reviewing how to form the various verb tenses. Julie
We meet: 3rd Thurs 14:00-16:00 at St John's Church Hall.We read a wide variety of plays last season: such as The Lady in the Van by Alan Bennett, interesting play featuring two Alan Bennetts! Also A Dolls House by Ibsen as more serious drama - very much not the case with our final reading, the hilarious farce Noises Off by Michael Frayn. It was a very successful and enjoyable year EXCEPT that once again we were very short of men . . . so, you men, please come and join us next year! Cherry