Speakers

Christmas no 1s

Tony Hatton played a selection of Christmas no. 1 hits.

 

mick Newbold

Mike Newbold told us about his work as an ‘extra’ on T V.

 

 

 

 

 

 

jim 7 lorna talk 2

Jim & Lorna display items from Uganda.

jim & lorna talk

Jim & Lorna spoke about their work in Uganda.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ilson Man

Stephen Flinders talked about the history of ‘oud Ilson’

recycle

We had an informative talk from Broxtowe Recycling rep. Judith won the quiz.

dogs trust

Ella Tongue from the Dogs Trust.

 

jim and Lorna

September’s display day

roger 5 mile

Septembers Display day.

 

 

 

Geoff Green

Geoff Green author spoke about his work and interest in the Coal mining industry.

Save the children

Jane Piggott spoke about the development of Save the Children charity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas jumper

Christmas Jumper day

xmas jumper pic

Christmas jumper day

 

 

 

 

 

choir

Community choir

 

ukulele pic

Eastwood U3leles.

 

Barry Davies jan 16

Barry Davies spoke about ‘Saints & sinners in the classroom’.

Peter Graves -Embarrassing cases of mistaken identity.

Peter Graves -Embarrassing cases of mistaken identity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dave Goodwin - R S P B.

Dave Goodwin – R S P B.

Bob Wildest - Theatre Life in Nottingham

Bob Wildgust – Theatre Life in Nottingham

AGM guest - Don Chambers

AGM guest – Don Chambers

 

Andy Simmons - A touch of history, Roman Britain

Andy Simmons – A touch of history, Roman Britain

Rosemary Beney spoke about the history of Velocipedes.

Rosemary Beney spoke about the history of Velocipedes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bob Gow and legal assistant, he explain about being a magistrate and with members conducted a mock trial.

Bob Gow and legal assistant, he explain about being a magistrate and with members conducted a mock t

 

David Amos who told us about the history of Annesley Hall, village and coal mine.

David Amos who told us about the history of Annesley Hall, village and coal mine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Poetry group presented a selection poems , some written by the group members.

The Poetry group read a selection of poems , some written by the group.

The Maxwell family! A presentation by the Creative Writing group.

The Maxwell family! A presentation by the Creative Writing group.

U3leles played a selection of Christmas C.arols and songs

U3leles played a selection of Christmas C.arols and songs

Pat Hall entertained the group with her talk entitled ‘Life Can Be Funny’.

Pat Hall entertained the group with her talk entitled ‘Life Can Be Funny’.

Mike Storr spoke about Masters of Mirth from the Music Hall days, with very entertaining monologues.

Mike Storr spoke about Masters of Mirth from the Music Hall days, with very entertaining monologues. Donations went to Asthma UK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Bell, the Plague doctor from Eyam.A look back at the world of 17-century medicine, with its barely believable cures and fanciful procedures.

David Bell, the Plague doctor from Eyam. A look back at the world of 17-century medicine, with its barely believable cures and fanciful procedures.

Ann Featherstone a retired teacher spoke about her interest in Fairs.

Ann Featherstone a retired lecturer and writer spoke about her lifelong interest in Fairs.

Sylvai Mason from the Pentrich and South Wingfield Revolution Society gave a very interesting talk.

Sylvai Mason from the Pentrich and South Wingfield Revolution Group gave a very interesting talk about the people involved and what happened to them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ian Morgan, a Criminal Historian, took us on a journey along the old Great North Road through Nottinghamshire.

Ian Morgan, a Criminal Historian, took us on a journey along the old Great North Road through Nottinghamshire.

Hellen Adoa September speaker gave a very inspirational talk about her life from rural child to MP in Uganda.

Hellen Adoa gave a very inspirational talk about her life from rural child to MP in Uganda.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of Barbara Meyer’s big cat photos.

Barbara Meyer gave a very interesting talk on her campaign for big cats, ‘Raising awareness through photography’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pat Hall a stand-up comedienne and writer of amusing poetry, her stories are based on observations of life .

 

Vince Eager, front left, spoke of his early life and how he became involved in the music industry.

Bob Massey who gave a talk ‘Beside the seaside, beside the sea’, the history of seaside entertainment.

Jack Perks wildlife photographer shared some of his favourite things he photographed, especially underwater life.

Luke Wigman inspirational speaker, a local service man. Now helping to raise funds for the new Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre as an Ambassador.

Penny Bun who entertained after the AGM with humorous songs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Madge Spencer who talked about her life coming to England from Jamaica.

 

David Page – pen name Harry Riley

Brian Fretwell local historian, published three local books.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peter Hammond quizzed member ‘so you think you know Nottingham?’

 

 

 

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