Croydon's LGBT police consultation group. All local LGBT people welcome.
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Meet East Croydon ticket hall 10.30 . We then catch tram to New Addington (very last stop) and walk from there.8 km (5.5 mile) to Farleigh for pub or picnic lunch (depends on weather) You can eat at pub or bring your own food and eat on Farleigh Common Opposite. From New Addington we walk across Frylands Wood, side of Ficklehole then Greatpark and Holt Wood to Farleigh common at Chelsham.wood . We return to Croydon on Bus 403 (every 20 mins ). Some gentle climbs. And we will go slowly. Walk about 2 1/2 hours.
Come and join the Committee meeting at Ross' house (Purley) and contribute your views to the proceedings. Early start at 12:30. PROMPT. You must inform Ross you would like to attend. Paid-up CAGS members only.
Bertie Wooster decides to stage a one-man show, only to discover on the evening nothing has gone to plan and the show is not quite ready. The South London Theatre, Stanley Halls, 12A South Norwood Hill, SE25 6AB. Near Norwood Junction Station. Book your own ticket online via
http://www.southlondontheatre.co.uk/ or on 07701 055 602. £12, £9 concession.
Chekhov’s first great play reveals the full force of its comedy and cruelty, with each character deprived of the love or life they want most. £14 concs £10.
Examine how world cities, including Medellin, Tokyo, San Francisco and Copenhagen,are changing and see what data tells us about the urbanisation of our planet. Free entry. At the Museum of London, 150 London Wall EC2Y 5HN (barbican) Optional lunch first at the Sir John Hawkshaw, (Weatherspoons) Cannon Street Station, Cannon Street, EC4N 6AP. Afterwards meet at 2.00pm at the museum. um of London, 150 London Wall, EC2Y 5HN
Mediterranean Restaurant 12.30pm Clapham Junction Fish in a Tie Restaurant, 105 Falcon Road, SW11 2PF [corner Este Road] (Clapham Junction Station).Good food at reasonable prices.
A young farmer,his frustrations and sexual repression, binge drinking and casual sex.The arrival of a Romanian migrant worker ignites an intense relationship that sets him on a new path.Tickets £7 (concs).
Andrew Lumsden, gay editor/historian, speaks on the Labouchere Amendment of 1885.
At Louis’s in East Croydon. Contact him for address and travel tips. Lifts to Louis’s place can be arranged if needed. Please bring a drink of your favourite tipple. Ends about, 9.30 pm.