Friday 7th April, 12 pm – 3 pm Join us for floral delight at the oldest cultivated garden in London. Archbishop Justin Welby opens his 11 acre garden to the public, each first monthly friday 12 – 3 pm. Entry fee £5 (goes to charity). We suggest bringing a packed lunch. Drinks are available.Meet at noon outside the main entrance, near Lambeth Bridge - if late join later in the garden.
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The Annual General Meeting and Conference of CHE, the Campaign for Homosexual Equality. The main speaker will be the writer and critic Nicholas de Jongh. We also plan to show a short film from the 1980s, featuring a well-known CAGS member in a very different context. Light refreshments provided. No charge, but it would help our planning if you let us know you intend to come.
Monthly Meeting for asylum seekers
Meet Matthew in booking hall at East Croydon station at 10am From station party will walk via Vanguard Way, to Warlingham Green for lunch at White Lion pub.Then return by Bus 403 to Croydon.This walk takes us through Lloyd Park, Littenheath Wood, back of Forestdale, Selsdon Wood and Farleigh Wood to Warlingham. About 6 ml (9km). Some hills but not as bad as Woldingham walk !
Why not have a meal in the pub before the main meeting (see below). Meet 18:30 in restaurant area.
Paintings..America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930s (During the US Great Depression). Meet at the Royal Academy entrance in Piccadilly, W1J 0BD £12 (£11 if over 60), followed by optional lunch.
PORTUGUESE RESTAURANT 12.30pm ] (Vauxhall train and tube). Cuisine at reasonable prices.
7.00 for 7.30pm Aldgate. Jeffrey Weeks talks about LGBT history and about his book “Coming Out”. Meeting at St Botolph’s
Church, very near Aldgate tube.
Hollywood 1939. David O. Selznick isn’t happy with how things are going on his production of Gone with the Wind so he calls in Ben Hecht to rewrite the screenplay. £14, concs £10.