Events diary

Unless otherwise stated in the event details, society meetings are held at St Peter's Church Hall, Shoreham, at 7.30pm. Members 2, others 3. Tea & coffee is available and the bar is usually open.

FRIDAY November 15th: Environmental spotlight
Talk by environmental campaigner Tom Wright about what we can all do to tackle pollution and climate change, plus an update and discussion about the Shoreham Society initiative "Adur Arbor" to get more trees in our town, and the huge benefits this will bring. Free entry. Bar. (For more on Adur Arbor click here.)

MONDAY December 2nd: Election Hustings
A chance for local electors to hear from - and question - the main General Election candidates for the local Parliamentary seat. This event, at 7.30pm at the Ropetackle Centre, is being held jointly by the Shoreham Society and FAST (Future Adur Schools Team), with support from various other local organisations including AREA (Adur Residents Environmental Action), Shoreham-by-cycle and the local branch of Extinction Rebellion. Free entry.

FRIDAY December 13th: Christmas buffet
The Society's annual festive get-together for members and guests. Buffet includes vegetarian and gluten-free options, and the ticket price of 12 includes a welcoming drink. Subsequent drinks can be bought at the bar or you can bring your own. To reserve places phone or text 07837 658552, then pay on the night.

FRIDAY January 17th: Charles Wheatstone's amazing inventions
A celebration of one of the most creative inventors of the Victorian era. Among a host of scientific inventions which are still of great importance today, Sir Charles Wheatstone also created a unique musical instrument, so the illustrated talk by Ray Chandler about Wheatstone's genius will be accompanied by some relevant musical entertainment.

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