The Wednesday Club wasn’t fully protected against the floods of mid-February. None of our members was thankfully directly affected by the water, but in view of the uncertain weather and travel conditions on 19th February it was decided to cancel that morning’s meeting. The advertised “Baltic Cruise” was easily rescheduled. Penny Platts once again held our full attention with her talk on the Herefordshire market towns. The historical details are most fascinating. Karilyn and Richard Collins were again very welcome guests when they told us about their missionary work in Tanzania.
This Month’s Programme
Andrew Wood – “Care within the home. Awareness of financial fraud”
It is a very disturbing thought of how many people fall victim to fraud and and scams – elderly people especially. There cannot be too many reminders of how to protect against these. No doubt, many notes will be taken.
Bob Calver – “A walk in Spain to Santiago del Compostela”
The Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, also known as The Way of Saint James, is a network of routes leading to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Spain, where Saint James is believed to be buried. Over the years, many a pilgrimage has been undertaken in memory, or honour, of a loved one or dear friend.
18th March – Janet & Juergen – “Our Baltic Cruise” (Part 2)
Having finished Part 1 in the Estonian capital, Tallinn, we are now going on to St.Petersburg in Russia
Topic to be confirmed
Just before publishing this month’s programme we had a late cancellation. The new topic will be published here as soon as it becomes known. Not just the weather gives us sudden surprises!
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