Surrey page of South East Christian Singles


Surrey Christian singles is a local group of single Christians who meet to enjoy social activities and to make friendships. We Welcome anyone who is a Christian and those who are not Christians are very welcome as guests of members. 

The Surrey Christian singles Committee is run by a group of volunteers and therefore we do not charge a subscription fee but we sometimes may make a profit on an event to give money to charity and also to cover our administration costs such as web hosting fees.

The main age range for the people who attend events for the Surrey group are 40's, 50's and 60's.

To get further details of any of the events below or to find out more about the group, please send an E-mail or phone the organiser for the event. If you get no response from the organiser, please send an E-mail to surrey@sesinglechristians.org

PLEASE NOTE - Every care is taken to put on good enjoyable events. However, you do attend all events at your own risk and the organisers of events and of this web-site can not be held responsible for any injury or distress caused through attending events or through relationships entered into with people met at events advertised on this web-site.


EVENTS 2017

Please note some events advertised below are not run by this group, for example the lake district event and events run by the Christian twenties, thirties and forties group - http://www.ttfonline.org.uk 


Monthly pub lunches

Most months we have at least one pub lunch. These will be mainly at the Angel pub, Angel Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7 0AU - see here http://www.theangelthamesditton.com for more details and menu choices.

However, please check each date for the pub to make sure you don't end up going to the wrong pub!

Meals here start at about £7.50 for fish and chips. Roasts are £8.95 but £11.50 with a pudding. 

The pub is about 15 minutes walk from Thames Ditton station and 20 minutes from Hinchley Wood station.

Local bus routes are:-

K3 to Rohampton (via Kingston) and to Esher – from Sugden Road (5 minutes walk).

458 to Staines and Walton – from Portsmouth Road (5 minutes walk).

459 to Woking and Addlestone – from Portsmouth Road (5 minutes walk).

We can book a slot each month, so should be no problem getting a seat.

If you would like to join us for an enjoyable meal, then please let the contact person listed for the particular Sunday know at least 48 hours before the meal.

If you can not get through the contact person then please phone Luke Randall (07909 660380), Sue Shaw (07807 094988) or Tony Barros (07926 555877) so we know to expect you and to double check that the event is still on. Different people will take it in turn to host the event. 

Hampton court and Bushy park are both nearby, so these will be a chance to walk along the river by Hampton court or in Bushy park after the meal if people want to.


Sunday 19th February - 1.15 pm for 1.30 p.m. Sunday lunch at the Toby Carvery in Ewell. 

45 Cheam Road, Epsom, Surrey, KT17 1QZ. 020 8786 8166.

All of their meat is slow-cooked and basted, their Yorkshires are freshly made and served crisp, fluffy and piping-hot to your plate. They even claim to check each spud by hand!

Enjoy their Famous Four Roast Carvery. Choose any of the meats you fancy or a mixture of all four with your Yorkshire Pud.

Honey & Mustard Glazed Gammon
Succulent British Farm Assured Turkey
British or Irish Beef lightly glazed with Tewkesbury mustard
Roast Pork glazed with apple & sage, served with crackling

They also cater for vegetarians and vegans. Free car parking. 

See you there! We aim to start eating at 1.30pm. Feel free to arrive earlier.

For further info see: - http://www.tobycarvery.co.uk/restaurants/south-east/ewellepsom  

Contact:  Sue on sue.shaw24@googlemail.com or 07807 094 988 by 12 noon on Friday 17th to let her know you are coming to facilitate booking a table


THE EVENT BELOW NEEDS BOOKING BEFORE THE END OF FEBRUARY. 

July 1st - White water rafting at Lee Valley Water Centre, £65.00 for an hours ride. 

For unforgettable experience days, family fun activities and white water action – Lee Valley White Water Centre is the place to be! 

Set in the River Lee Country Park, this unique visitor destination in Hertfordshire is easily accessible from London and offers a range of water activities including white water rafting, canoeing and kayaking and much more!

Arrange own transport to the centre. 

For this event please contact Jan on janetsless@yahoo.co.uk or phone 0796 379 7113 as soon as possible. She will need cheques by the end of Februrary to book you a place.

See https://www.gowhitewater.co.uk/activities?gclid=CI-cpMzf7tECFU237QodEbkNYg#marchmayhemadventure for more details.


Saturday 4th of March - Modern Jive Night. 

The White House Community Association, 45, The Avenue, Hampton, Middlesex TW12 3RN.


Doors open 7pm , evening includes two classes and time to freestyle 

Dress code - Smart casual - Licensed bar - Sprung wooden dance floor - Free car park

Tickets £10 in advance from www.ttfonline.org.uk or 01784 462219.

Directions are as follows:-

By Car

From A316 – follow signs for Hampton or The Hamptons (A312) go all the way round the roundabout towards the M3, before you re-join the A316 take the slip road to the left and take right turn at the ‘T’ junction. Turn left at the mini roundabout and take the second right ( Buckingham Road ). At the next mini roundabout turn right (The Avenue). Just before a bend in the road the White House is on the right. There is a free car park to the side of the building in front of Sainsbury’s

From M3 – Exit at Junction 1 (Sunbury Cross). From the roundabout take the exit sign-posted A308 Kingston and Hampton Court (Staines Road East). Go past Kempton Park racecourse and follow the road for about 2 miles until you reach the reservoirs on your right hand side. Take the next left hand turn (Percy Road). It is sign posted The Shooting Star Children’s Hospice. Follow Percy Road over the level crossing to the end. Go straight over the crossroads into the Avenue. Follow around the bend and the White House is first on the left. There is a free car park to the side of the building in front of Sainsbury’s.
Bus.

Bus routes: 111 (Kingston to Hounslow/Heathrow) and R70 (Richmond to Hampton) buses both stop outside the building. 
Train

BR station: Hampton from Waterloo is approximately 15 minutes walk away (111 Bus stops outside the station – 5 minutes). 

Tube: Hounslow East then 111 bus.

Contact mark@sesinglechristians.org or visit www.ttfonline.org.uk for further details and tickets. At the last TTF Modern Jive event at Hampton, the Modern Jive dance class and freestyle dancing were excellent, with a bar provided as well ! There were lots of opportunities to chat to friends, as well as dancing, so it was a very enjoyable evening for all.


Sunday 12th March at 1.15 for 1.30 p.m. - Sunday lunch, see top of page

Angel pub, Angel Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7 0AU - see top of page and here http://www.theangelthamesditton.com for more details and menu choices. 

Weather permitting there will be an opportunity to go for a walk after lunch. 

Contact Luke at luke@sesinglechristians.org or phone 07909660380 by 12 noon on Friday 10th March to let him know you are coming to facilitate booking a table.


Saturday 1st April - Top Golf. Meet at 3.30 pm in the restaurant on the left as you enter the building. £10 for three games (20 balls a game). Opportunity for food afterwards or go to a local pub.

Contact: Deborah on 07592 567 363 for more details or if you are coming.

Top Golf is the premier golf entertainment venue where the competition of sport meets your favourite local bar. You can challenge your friends and family to addictive point-scoring golf games that anyone can play all year-round.

Just picture a 240-yard outfield with dartboard-like targets in the ground. The closer to the centre or “bull’s-eye” you get your microchipped ball, the more points you get. Score even bigger with Topgolf’s extensive food and drink menu, served to you by one of our bayhosts.

http://topgolf.com/uk/surrey/ 

Getting there:

Moated Farm Drive
Addlestone
KT15 2DW

Nearest station: Byfleet & New Haw (30 minute walk from station to Top Golf).

By car: J11 M25, A317 Chertsey High Street, A318 New Haw Road turn into Moated Farm Drive.


 
TWENTIES, THIRTIES AND FORTIES EVENT http://www.ttfonline.org.uk 

Sat, 8 Apr 2017, An Evening with Noel & Tricia Richards, Staines, Middlesex

OPEN TO ALL AGES.
It’s an absolute delight to welcome back Noel & Tricia, who have been part of our history since the start. Noel & Tricia have been writing and performing together since 1975, Over many years, their songs have found a worldwide audience, mainly through Noel performing with his band in more than 30 countries. Tickets £7 in advance. www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-evening-with-noel-tricia-richards-tickets-30539737176

 

Sunday 23rd April at 1.15 pm. for 1.30 p.m. - Sunday lunch, see top of page

Angel pub, Angel Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7 0AU - see top of page and here http://www.theangelthamesditton.com for more details and menu choices. 

Weather permitting there will be an opportunity to go for a walk after lunch. 

For this event please contact Marilyn at beaconmpj@yahoo.co.uk or  phone 0791 787 8686  by noon Friday 21st April for more details or if you are coming.
 


Friday 28th April to Tuesday 2nd of May - Harvesters  Annual Lake District Long Weekend at Glaramara, Seatoller, Borrowdale, Cumbria - see www.glaramara.co.uk and www.harvesterstogether.org.uk  

The hotel has a helpful, friendly and professional staff and it provides comfortable accommodation and superb cuisine. There is a pleasant bar, and also a warm log fire in the large sitting room which looks out on the very beautiful surrounding mountains. Food is excellent - restaurant standard. 

The hotel is a very comfortable mountain centre which specialises in accommodating groups for walking etc. It provides all the expertise and equipment for specialist Mountain Leader Training, and aims to become recognised as a National centre of Excellence. If you would like to join us for early May bank holiday long weekend 2016 please book as soon as possible.  

Early May's a great time of the year when new-born lambs are numerous but crowds of visitors aren't, and the weather is often more mild then and has been very bright and sunny. Although the Lake District is also known for it's high rainfall, early May holiday is often sunny. We had one wet day but still did walks.  

This fun-packed group holiday is for 4 nights or can be 3 nights for you if preferred. 

Contact Luke at luke@sesinglechristians.org or phone 07909660380 for more details. 

 

TWENTIES, THIRTIES AND FORTIES EVENThttp://www.ttfonline.org.uk 

Sat, 6 May 2017, An Evening with Adrian Plass, Slough, Berkshire

OPEN TO ALL AGES.
In 2017 we shall be celebrating three decades of writing and performing with our show ‘OUT OF HIS HEAD’, featuring Adrian & Bridget together with Searchlight Theatre Company. The show will include readings, poetry and dramatisations from many of the books that have appeared since those early days, including a newly published novel, THE SHADOW DOCTOR, exploring new perspectives on the ingenious working of the Holy Spirit in ordinary people’s lives. Lots of memories. Lots of laughs. Lots of chat. Lots to think about. Tickets £7 in advance

 

Sunday May 21st at 1.15 pm. for 1.30 p.m. - Sunday lunch, see top of page

Angel pub, Angel Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7 0AU - see top of page and here http://www.theangelthamesditton.com for more details and menu choices. 

Weather permitting there will be an opportunity to go for a walk after lunch if people want to. 

For this event please contact Deborah at deborahg10@yahoo.co.uk or phone 07592 567 363 by noon Friday 19th May for more details or if you are coming.


Saturday 10th of June - Walk and evening meal - Starting Point - Effingham Junction railway Station (KT24 5HX) at 13:15 having had lunch.

Walk will be about 8 miles, through farmland, lakes and woodland with evening meal option. 

Pub option for early tea then meal option in Cobham at end of walk at a pizza restaurant. Numbers needed for meal option.

This walk is led by Luke - contact Luke at luke@sesinglechristians.org or phone 07909660380 if you want to come and also let him know if you want to come for the meal in the evening. 


Sunday June 11th at 1.15 pm. for 1.30 p.m. Sunday lunch at the Kung Fu restaurant at The Rotunda – located on Clarence Street, Kingston-on-Thames

Please meet at 13.15 p.m. in the foyer of Rotunda at street level, before going up to the restaurant together. 

Join us at the Kung Fu restaurant at The Rotunda – located on Clarence Street, Kingston opposite the mainline railway station and main bus terminal.

In contemporary Chinese artistic surroundings, you will find a great array of different authentic Chinese dishes that are delicately cooked by Kung Fu’s chefs using the best suitable ingredients and traditional Chinese cooking techniques. Their aim is to offer you the ultimate oriental eating experience with authentic Chinese food.

The eat as much as you like buffet (starter, main course and desert) @ £12.99 is excellent value for money - The starters usually includes soup and crispy duck pancakes and desert - chocolate fountain, gateaux, fresh fruit salad ice cream etc.

After the meal we have the option of going for a film at the Odeon which is in the Rotunda complex or if the weather is good, visit Canbury Gardens which is 15/20 minutes slow walk away. This offers a riverside walk and a pub called the Boaters and also a cafe which we believe is due to open this April. 

All the above promises a wonderful afternoon, look forward to seeing you there.

For details or to book please contact tony@sesinglechristians.org or phone 07926 555877 - Need to know numbers by Friday 9th June at the latest.

Train links: https://tfl.gov.uk/hub/stop/910GKGSTON/kingston-rail-station/ 

Parking options: Please check these are still valid nearer the time. Car sharing would be cost-effective. https://www.ncp.co.uk/parking-solutions/cities/kingston 

Most are £2 phr, capped at £10; Kingston College is £1.40 phr; Bittoms seems to offer a Sunday rate of £5. http://www.bentallcentre.co.uk/car-parking/ 5-6 hrs is £8.80. Only car park B is open beyond 9pm


Saturday 17th June - Weald and Downlands open air Museum - Please contact Sue for meeting time.

Weald & Downland Living Museum, Singleton, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0EU. T: 01243 811363 - http://www.wealddown.co.uk public buildings

Come and discover rescued traditional rural buildings set in a beautiful landscape, which tell the stories of the men, women and children who lived and worked in them over a 950-year period.

Enjoy the Museum’s 40-acre site and visit our collection of historic buildings – we have 50 to explore and many of our exhibit houses are furnished to recreate historic domestic interiors. There is a regular programme of domestic and craft demonstrations, including cooking in our Tudor kitchen; blacksmithing in our Victorian smithy; plus seasonal demonstrations. Take a walk in the woods, bring the dog (we are dog friendly), visit the café kiosk or enjoy your own picnic.

Our visit coincides with The Wood Show in which we can see a wide range of wood craft demonstrations, a working wood yard, exhibitors and displays. From viewing the Museum’s own timber-framed buildings to crafted wooden items there will be plenty to and see.

It would make sense to car share and save money so please do contact Sue well ahead of the day so we can arrange lifts etc. 

Please contact Sue on sue.shaw24@gmail.com or tel: 078070 94988 for more details or if you are coming no later than 10th June.

Prices include Gift Aid for adults (standard charges in brackets). £15.00 (£13.50). If we are a group of 15 or more it will be £12.00.


Saturday July 1st - White water rafting at Lee Valley Water Centre, £65.00 for an hours ride. 

For unforgettable experience days, family fun activities and white water action – Lee Valley White Water Centre is the place to be! 

Set in the River Lee Country Park, this unique visitor destination in Hertfordshire is easily accessible from London and offers a range of water activities including white water rafting, canoeing and kayaking and much more!

Arrange own transport to the centre. 

For this event please contact Jan on janetsless@yahoo.co.uk or phone 0796 379 7113 as soon as possible. She will need cheques by the end of Februrary to book you a place.

See https://www.gowhitewater.co.uk/activities?gclid=CI-cpMzf7tECFU237QodEbkNYg#marchmayhemadventure for more details.


Saturday 15th July - Pub lunch at Thames court pub, Towpath, Shepperton, TW17 9LJ. Tel: 01932 221957. 

12.15 p.m. prompt please as a very busy pub and if late, unlikely to get a seat!

A Traditional Country Pub in the Riverside Village of Shepperton. The menu is good, and there are lovely views across the river. After lunch there will be a chance for a short walk along by the river for those who want.

A Little Pub History

Originally a private residence for the Dutch Ambassador, The Thames Court is still adorned with hand painted Delft tiling and oak paneling, together with a set of beautiful fireplaces. In the 50s The Thames Court became a select private members club, today we welcome guests from all over country to enjoy our riverside setting.

If you want to come or for further details please contact Roger at roger@sesinglechristians.org by Thursday 13th of July at the latest.


Saturday 05 August 2017, 13.00 – 18.00 - Summer BBQ lunch and tea in Epsom, Surrey.

You are warmly invited to a Summer BBQ lunch and tea at a member’s home in Epsom, Surrey .

Please arrive at 13.00 – 13.30 if you wish to have lunch.

Lunch (BBQ main course and dessert) will be served at about 14.00, followed by tea / coffee and cake at about 16.00.

Please bring your own drinks, with your own folding chair or picnic blanket to sit on, as it is a large garden with grass but no low level walls to sit on.

There will be a few gazebos in the garden if the weather is poor. This has been a very popular event in previous years with 65 people attending in Aug 2016, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

The age group at the BBQ in previous years has been mainly 40s to 60s, but any age is welcome.

Please E-mail tony@sesinglechristians.org or phone 07926 555877 for more details.

NOW TOO LATE FOR TICKETS, ABOUT 50 COMING.


Saturday September 16th at 1 p.m. Lunch time at the Toby Carvery in Epsom

45 Cheam Road, Epsom, Surrey, KT17 1QZ. 020 8786 8166.

All of their meat is slow-cooked and basted, their Yorkshires are freshly made and served crisp, fluffy and piping-hot to your plate. They even claim to check each spud by hand!

Enjoy their Famous Four Roast Carvery. Choose any of the meats you fancy or a mixture of all four with your Yorkshire Pud.

Honey & Mustard Glazed Gammon
Succulent British Farm Assured Turkey
British or Irish Beef lightly glazed with Tewkesbury mustard
Roast Pork glazed with apple & sage, served with crackling

They also cater for vegetarians and vegans. Free car parking. 

See you there! Please do arrive on time at 1 p.m. so the group can eat together.

For further info see: - http://www.tobycarvery.co.uk/restaurants/south-east/ewellepsom  

There will be a chance for a walk in Nonsuch park after and tea as the Mansion house if people want. 

For this event please contact Jan on janetsless@yahoo.co.uk or phone 0796 379 7113 by noon Thursday 14th September for more details or if you are coming.


 Sunday 24th September 2017: Treasure hunt - afternoon/evening from 4 p.m.

Join us for a late afternoon walking Treasure Hunt around Kingston upon Thames - There will be a small charge for preparation costs.

We will meet up at 4pm for refreshments in Kingston. Members can then be organised into small groups and given a map, clues and relevant instructions. The Treasure Hunt takes up to 2 hours: 5pm til 7pm. 

We will meet up again afterwards for supper together in the town (optional), where we can check our answers. A PRIZE will be awarded to the winning group.

So, if you fancy…some autumn exercise … great company with existing friends and making new ones … having fun finding out unusual facts and discovering hidden gems behind this busy shopping hub … enjoying a delicious afternoon tea and/or supper … do let Marilyn know you are interested 

Email: beaconmpj@yahoo.co.uk Mobile: 0791 787 8686 - Further information will be given nearer the time.

Train links: https://tfl.gov.uk/hub/stop/910GKGSTON/kingston-rail-station/ 

Parking options: Please check these are still valid nearer the time. Car sharing would be cost-effective. https://www.ncp.co.uk/parking-solutions/cities/kingston 

Only Kingston Fairfield is open beyond 8pm. Cost 4pm til 9pm (5hrs) is £12 https://www.kingston.gov.uk/directory/6/car_parks_in_kingston_upon_thames 

Most are £2 phr, capped at £10; Kingston College is £1.40 phr; Bittoms seems to offer a Sunday rate of £5. http://www.bentallcentre.co.uk/car-parking/ 5-6 hrs is £8.80. Only car park B is open beyond 9pm


Saturday 2nd September - 11.00 a.m. Meal out in London and pot luck with a show or film.

Meet under the big clock at Waterloo station at 11.00 a.m. We will first explore the possibility of a matinee show in London (for example the Lion King as below and picture left) as last minute tickets can be cheaper or a film. This will involve a walk of about 30 minutes to the West end where most of the theatres are or to a suitable cinema.

Having decided on a show or film, we will have a light lunch and then go to the show or film. After the show or film for those who want to, there will be a chance to have a meal out.

E-mail Tony at tony@sesinglechristians.org or phone 07926 555877 or luke@sesinglechristians.org or phone 07909660380 for more details or to let him know you are coming.

The show on the 14th was wonderful, first time to this show will want to return. Many thanks to all very memorable.
Wednesday, 31st Oct 2012.

Amazing .......... One of the best shows I have ever seen.

I was a little unsure at first thinking I was going to see a children's show, but it captivated me from the opening scene.

Stunning colours, familiar music, wonderful performers and outstanding props. Definitely a must see!


Sunday October 15th at 1.15 pm. for 1.30 p.m. - Sunday lunch, see top of page

Angel pub, Angel Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7 0AU - see top of page and here http://www.theangelthamesditton.com for more details and menu choices. 

Weather permitting there will be an opportunity to go for a walk after lunch if people want to.

For this event please contact Janet on 07810 810 822 or janetb15@btinternet.com by noon Friday 13th October for more details or if you are coming.


Sunday November 19th at 1.15 pm. for 1.30 p.m. - Sunday lunch, see top of page

Angel pub, Angel Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7 0AU - see top of page and here http://www.theangelthamesditton.com for more details and menu choices. 

Weather permitting there will be an opportunity to go for a walk after lunch. 

For this event please contact Marilyn at beaconmpj@yahoo.co.uk or  phone 0791 787 8686  by noon Friday 17th November for more details or if you are coming.


Saturday 09 December 2017. 3 course Christmas dinner – Toby Carvery, 45 Cheam Road, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1QZ.

Meet at the restaurant at 6.30 pm for 7pm.

Food will be served at 7pm. Dress code: smart casual.

This is a very popular venue, on the A232, that we have visited several times for excellent lunches during 2017.

The venue has a large car park and is very close to Ewell East railway station.

There is a direct train service each way, on the line from Dorking, Epsom, Ewell East, Sutton, Clapham Junction, to London Victoria.

Alternatively:
1. A train from Guildford heading to London Waterloo via Epsom, change at Epsom, then join a train heading to London Victoria via Sutton; or
2. Any train from London Waterloo to Clapham Junction, change at Clapham Junction, then join a train heading to Epsom via Sutton.

Please do arrive on time by 18.30, so the group can eat together at 7pm.

See you there for a great evening!

For further info see: - http://www.tobycarvery.co.uk/restaurants/south-east/ewellepsom 

Dinner venue location map.

The ticket price includes starter, main course, dessert, tea or coffee and a 10% service charge. 

The 3 course menu options are here. The restaurant have advised that it is not possible to book only 2 courses.

You will need to provide your menu choices at the time of booking, by sending an e-mail to Felicity felicity.peatfield@gmail.com 
If you need any further details please contact Felicity on felicity.peatfield@gmail.com or 07812 141 218.

We booked tables for this event in June 2017.
If the venue becomes fully booked, we may not be able to book any more places.
Please book early to avoid disappointment !
Advance booking only, payable in full at the time of booking.
Unfortunately, all tickets (whether paid by cash or PayPal) are non-refundable after Sat 25 November 2017.

Cash payments, cheques and bank transfers:
Price is £16.50 to include a tip for a three course meal or £18.50 if you pay on-line below (extra to cover Paypal costs).
Please e-mail Tony at tony@sesinglechristians.org or phone 07926 555877 for details of how to pay £16.50 by cheque or bank transfer. 

PayPal payments:
Tickets are £18.50 via PayPal (extra to cover PayPal costs). You can use credit cards for PayPal. 

Drinks are at extra cost. Please bring cash with you on the day, to pay for drinks.

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If you wish to stay in the Epsom area on Saturday night, budget hotel accommodation is available at two hotels and advance booking of hotel accommodation is strongly recommended, as these two hotels are often fully booked well in advance.
No one from the SE Single Christians committee will be staying at these hotels.

Premier Inn, Epsom Central.
2-4 St Margaret Drive, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 7JU.
There is a large car park at the hotel.
Room only £44.50 (Sat night only) if booked on line at least 2 months in advance.
If you require breakfast, it is cheaper to book it online (£8.99 per person when you book the overnight accommodation on line).
Location map.

Travelodge, Epsom Central.
Station Approach, Epsom, Surrey, KT19 8EU.
This is next to Epsom railway station in the centre of Epsom, so it is a very convenient location, but it is a very busy location.
This hotel and Epsom railway station are only a few minutes walk from Epsom shops.
There is no car park at the hotel, there are town centre public car parks nearby (with parking charges).
Location map.


Saturday 13 January 2018 – Social Dinner followed by Planning Meeting - 7 for 7.30pm in Long Ditton, Surrey.

You are invited to an informal two course homemade dinner, at the house of one of the committee members, in Long Ditton, Surrey, for £4.50 (cash payable on the day). This includes a main course and dessert, followed by tea or coffee.
Please bring your own alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks.

Dinner will be served at 7.30pm.

After the dinner, we will discuss the program of events for 2018.

Please come with your ideas for events, such as theatre trips, visits to National Trust houses and gardens, dances, meals out, visits on guided walks, visits to special events.

You do not need to lead an event to come to this Planning Meeting (although if you want to lead an event we can help you do this), but please do join us for a very enjoyable social evening with a nice meal, and a chance to share your ideas and hear about what is planned for the year ahead.

Advance booking only. The deadline for booking is Wed 10 January 2018.


Please contact Janet to book a place, or for more details (such as the venue address) on 07810 810 822 or  janetb15@btinternet.com

We look forward to seeing you!