Unless otherwise stated in the event details, 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 SEPTEMBER 21st: Sussex literary landscapes
Fascinating historical journey through Sussex using poetry and prose, presented by Dr Geoff Mead using a wealth of official and unofficial sources. This replaces the advertised talk on the Sussex writer Hilaire Belloc by Chris Hare, who is now unavailable. Geoff's talk, though, will still feature Hilaire Belloc, who had many local connections and used to sail out of Shoreham Harbour on his yacht, the Nona, in the 1920s.
FRIDAY OCTOBER 19th: I love Shoreham-by-Sea
Seven busy people describe why they love Shoreham-by-Sea and what they do within the Shoreham community. An opportunity to learn about some people who make Shoreham what it is and to meet new people in friendly surroundings. The bar will be open.
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16th: Why is Church Lane so steep?
Illustrated talk by Bill Avenell on the impact of physical geography on our daily lives, and its effect on planning, housing, architectural styles, communications, farming, flooding and other environmental issues.
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5th (date to be confirmed):
At the Co-op Community Space, Ham Road, 7 for 7.30pm. This was popular last year so we're doing it again. Buffet supplied (incl vegetarian). Bring your own drinks (or buy at the Co-op opposite). Chat, review the year, etc. £10 includes a welcome drink. Phone or text 07837 658552 to reserve, then pay on the night.