We will be welcoming Jo May (via Zoom) to teach us all to play the spoons. Should be hilarious. We strongly suggest that members buddy up in acceptable numbers (please remember the rule of 6 refers to the number in the house as a whole!) to get the most fun out of the evening 🙂
Eileen Baber will join us via Zoom with tips on how to get starting tracing you family tree. Eileen leads East Grinstaed U3Asites group is and is pleased to share her passion for family history with us saying… Family History is a fascinating subject that just grows and grows, turning into an enthralling hobby that can become quite addictive.
Details of the zoom
Meet at Dormansland Recreation ground for 7pm. Bring a chair, a glass and some cutlery if you’ve order F&Cs, or your own snacks if you prefer.
We’ll set up in groups of 6 as currently allowable. There is a Scavenger Hunt to begin with which will be in smaller groups. Each group will need access to a camera on a phone for instance and bring your sense of humour!
John Pye will be with us to relate many humerous tales from his years of running an independent book shop in East Grinstead
Huge thanks to our wonderful ‘Blood Money’ cast. A great evening!
Can you identify the murderer in the world of high finance?
Join us for a night of fun and mystery.
Jim Cook from the charity will be with us to explain their work and all things related to dog selection, training, placement etc.
We’ll be getting crafty for Christmas! You can make either a door wreath, a table centre of a twiggy kind of decoration 🙂
Definately bring along some greenery & secetaurs.
Mulled wine and spies of course!
More details will follow.
After the formalities of our Annual Meeting we’ll have a light-hearted quiz so bring a pen and have your wits about you 🙂 Refreshments provided.
Sam Rehan found laughter after a difficult period of events in her personal life and it supported her health. She trained to become a Laughter Wellbeing Facilitator. She has led laughter sessions in schools, with disability groups, community groups, private events and on a one-to-one basis. She remembers one event, when she facilitated laughter with a man with dementia, who had lost his speech but was overjoyed that he could laugh together with others in the group session. Sam uses laughter in the workplace to foster team building, employee engagement with increased wellbeing.
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