Monthly Meeting

Our monthly meeting is held at St Peter’s Centre on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 2.30 pm. Each month a guest speaker, gives a talk on a wide variety of subjects based on their experiences and expertise. These range from climbing Kilimanjaro, to living through the Iranian revolution, from script writing for Bruce Forsyth and Les Dawson to wild life photography. They include refreshments, for no charge and offer an opportunity for members to get together for a chat.

Meetings for the coming months are:

 

19Mar2019

Ann Chance "Icelandic Adventure"

Ann has entertained us before with her tales, like when she crossed America with a wheelchair. She returns to tell us about her Icelandic adventures.

From 2.30 pm. until 4 pm.

At St Peter's Centre

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16Apr2019

Sergio Andreanelli "Italy under the Nazis in WW2

From 2.30 pm. until 4pm

At St Peter's Centre

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21May2019

James Dickinson. William the Conqueror: a Justified Invader?

James talks to us about the Norman Conquest in1066

From 2.30 pm. until 4 pm.

At St Peter's Centre

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18Jun2019

Andy Thomas "A Conspiracy History of the World

Andy came to talk to us a couple of years ago about the Crop Circle Mystery, and we all enjoyed that.He is returning with another talk about the unexplained

From 2.30 pm. until 4 pm.

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16Jul2019

Jonathan James "The role of the Town Crier

Jonathan is the Farnham Town Crier and his talk about his role comes highly recommended.

From 2.30 pm. until 4 pm.

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17Sep2019

Janet Matthews "Guildford Cathedral"

Janet will talk about the history of Guildford Cathedral and its surroundings.

From 2.30 pm. until 4 pm.

At St Peter's Centre

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15Oct2019

Dr Bob France "What the Butler Saw"

One of Dr Bob France's light and enjoyable history talks.

From 2.30 pm. until 4 pm.

At St Peter's Hall

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19Nov2019

Tess Burrows "Walking the Camino de Santiago"

Tess has already told us of her adventures in the Antarctic and climbing Kilimanjaro. Now she comes closer to home, to Spain,to tell us about the walk done by many pilgrims every year.

From 2.30 pm. until 4.00 pm

At St Peter's Hall

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If you are interested in finding out more about us, please contact our Membership Secretary, Gay Buckingham, on 01252 656210, ( E-Mail: membership@ashu3a.org.uk) who will provide you with membership details. Click here to download a copy of the Membership Application Form.