Launched in 1991, now having over 900 members. It is a co-operative of retired and semi-retired memeber who share learning, creative and leisure activities. Our members can enjoy groups covering a wide range of subjects including arts, music, language, literature, philosophy, history, science, current affairs, sport and recreation. Monthly meeting take place at 2.30pm at Clarendon Hall, York House and are open to all members and to visitors, usually with a speaker on a topic of general interest. Membership secretary: Christopher Barclay on tel no below.
020 8876 6241
25 February 2015 - 25 February 2015
Talk by Adam Brand, graphologist on How graphology has provided vital evidence in court proceedings such as the Dreyfus case
25 March 2015 - 25 March 2015
Dr Glyn Wainwright, independent researcher : The High Cholesterol Paradox - the vital role of fats and cholesterol