Meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at The Natural Kitchen, 55 Baker Street, W1. Two sessions, starting around 5 pm and 6.30 pm - but come and go/play as you please. Scrabble sets and dictionaries provided. New members please contact Rosemary Forgan, tel 07887 891977, email: firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance so she has an idea of numbers.
This month’s book is 'The Wall' by John Lancaster.
All books read are available on paper and on e-readers. For more information contact Andrew Cooper (tel 020 3712 3861, email email@example.com
Either Sheila Green or Anne Marie Johnson will be present to welcome you any time from 6.30p.m. It is always an enjoyable evening and a wonderfully informal opportunity to meet local fellow residents and make new friends in the friendly surroundings of one of our nicest gastro pubs. Everyone is welcome, pay-as-you-go bar and delicious light supper snacks available.
Helmets, breastplates, gauntlets, swords, muskets and even a cannon! Take a walk through time, from the height of fashion in armour to the deadliest weapons, meet the metal that meant the difference between life and death. FREE to attend, registration will open in January.
People of Action in the Community- keeping it local
Monday February 17th 2020 at 6:30pm - 8:15pm
St Marylebone Parish Church Crypt, 17 Marylebone Rd, London NW1 5LT
Networking event to inform people about our Club showcases the local charities we support and how our involvement benefits them.
The Participating charities and their speakers are:
Woman’s Trust Heidi Riedel
Fourth Feathers Andrew Mederick
West London Mission Patrick O’Meara
The Marylebone Project To be confirmed
Social events are also an important part of Rotary and are organised throughout the year.
Canapés and wine will be available before and after the presentations.
The Rotary Club of St Marylebone will help your business to fulfil its Corporate Social Responsibility obligations by achieving your objectives for Community driven projects.
There is no charge for this event but an envelope will be provided for a minimum donation of £5.
Our first coffee morning in 2020
Everyone welcome – no need to book. £5.00 per person.
The SOE was a secret branch of the military devoted to espionage and sabotage in World War II. Learn about their Baker Street base, their clandestine methods and about more recent secret service offices in the Quarter. Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.
Learn more about Baker Street Quarter music moguls, composers and singers, past and present, including Dusty Springfield, Gerry Rafferty, Eric Coates, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Jimi Hendrix and Hughie Green. Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.
Drinks reception followed by a literary talk:£15-£20 “Churchill’s Abandoned Prisoners” by Rupert Wieloch
Following on from our visit, organised by Rosemary Forgan to the ESU at Dartmouth House in September, they have asked if any of our members would like to join in on this event.
Further details and bookings via:https://esurupertwielochtalk.eventbrite.co.uk
If you would like to feature a local event here please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the details.
The Marylebone Association
229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN