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Raynes Park Afternoon Townwomen's Guild - April 2016

At the well attended AGM on 18th February the existing Committee of four was re-elected for another year.  The Chairman thanked all those members who help out in various ways at monthly meetings to support this small group, but encouraged members to consider joining the team.  The Bring & Buy table made £35. 

A large group went to Wimbledon Theatre for Chicago.  Black fishnets, skimpy clothing and tight fitting hipster trousers matched the suggestive movements of the dancers and the sleazy All That Jazz music.  This was played by excellent musicians visible at the back of the stage.   A nicely ironic production which surprisingly had me laughing out loud at some tongue in cheek moments. 

Following the successful lunch in Fulham on 2nd March, a group tried in vain to get to the Dickens Museum on the 8th.  However, after a long wait for the bus, followed by the investigation of an alternative bus route and another wait, we went to the pleasant  Natural Kitchen at Waterloo Station for a coffee and to warm up.  Here we decided to take the tube to Trafalgar Square, where the party split, some continuing last month’s exploration of the Portrait Gallery and others taking on the National Gallery. 

We will try again for the Dickens Museum on Tuesday 12th April! 

The lunch club will go to the Haywain, Epsom on Thursday, 7th. 

Our monthly meeting is at 1.30 pm at St Saviour’s Church Hall on the 3rd Thursday of the month.  In April Colin James will give an illustrated talk entitled ‘Secret Gardens of London’.  Visitors are always welcome at our meetings. 

Dorothy Raymond; 020 8395 9489 

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