Members’ Monthly Meetings

We’ve changed the venue to the John Godber Centre (JGC) but the day and time remains the same – 2nd Wednesday of the month from 2.00 pm.

Car parking is available on the Market Place and Piggins Croft, both of which are a short walk away. There is a small charge for parking at the JGC (50p for 2 hours £1 for 4 hours), the proceeds of which help to support the church.

Entry to the meeting is from the car park entrance only, please, not before 1:45pm

January and February Monthly Meetings
Covid Update: On Wednesday, January 5th, 2022 the committee agreed that the physical meeting should go ahead as planned.

The risk assessment was reviewed and compulsory mask wearing throughout the meeting was added to it for all attendees unless they are addressing the meeting, eating or drinking.

You must assess the risk to yourself as an individual in making your decision to attend. Hand gel will be available but it is advisable to also bring your own.

Wednesday, January 12th, 2022
This month we have an interesting 55 min film instead of a speaker. ‘Nottingham through the Ages’ presented by Dominic Heale. The history of the city is part of a rich tapestry that is the story of Britain: Nottingham was a Viking stronghold; it provided a fortress for the Norman conquerors; Crusaders began their long journey to the Holy Land from here; Richard 3rd lost his crown (and horse) on nearby Bosworth Field during the Wars of the Roses. And of course there is Robin Hood. It continues through the centuries to spotlight the proud industrial and sporting heritage of Nottingham ‘The Queen of the Midlands’.

And not to be missed a BOOK SALE
We have received a donation of lots of contemporary books we cannot permanently store at the John Godber Centre and hope that members will buy at a bargain price and take them away. The photograph indicates the scale of what is available. Bring a carry them home bag!

Wednesday. February 9th, 2022
Our speaker this month is the Reverend Alan Haydock whom many of you will remember from his time at St John’s. Alan is an entertaining and interesting speaker and there will be more details in the February newsletter and on this website.

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