Below you will find details of the planned visits and events for the coming year.
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18th May 2022
Ightham Mote is a wonderful 14th-century moated manor house. We have a personal guided tour of the house before it opens to the public, followed by time to buy lunch in the café. We then move on to Chartwell, Churchill’s country home, where we have 1½ hours for a self-guided tour of the house and garden.
The coach departure time is 8.30am. It is an early time because of the need to get to Ightham Mote before its normal opening time. We are then due back at 5pm.
National Trust members please bring your NT card for this visit.
Places are still available at £28 for NT members and £60 for non-members.
21st June 2022
Meet at 9.30 am at the Crondall Petanque Club at the Cody Sports & Social Club, The Fairway, Old Ively Road, Farnborough GU14 0LP for an informal Pétanque competition. All equipment will be provided and no experience is necessary.
Following Pétanque we will drive to the Foresters Pub, Aldershot Road, Church Crookham for an informal lunch.
The cost of £23 per head (or £18 Lunch only) was due at our April Lunch.
26th July 2022
Cream tea and Quiz
This popular event will be held on the afternoon of Tuesday 26th July from 2.30 to 5.30pm although we have booked the hall from 1.00pm to aid setting up.
The venue: Crondall Village Hall, Croft Lane, Crondall GU10 5QG,
A Signup Sheet will be available at our May lunch and the price will be £12 per person, which will be collected at our June lunch.
4th August 2022
We will make our own way there and will have exclusive access to the Duke of Wellington’s House from 10.15 am with a variety of guided tours and talks and there will be a break for lunch at an optional extra cost of £11.
All 30 places allowed by the estate have now been taken.
29th October 2022
Mill at Sonning
The Mill at Sonning is holding seats for us but they require us to finalise our final number shortly after our May lunch, so sign up now.
The play starts with Henry Perkins, a mild-mannered accountant, picking up the wrong briefcase on the Tube in which he finds £1.5million in used notes! Then off to Spain with a spiralling confusion of fibs, false names and frantic deceptions.
The cost will be about £85 to cover coach, parking, gratuities, lunch and theatre performance, with a deposit of £35 in May and the balance at our August lunch.