2.5 miles Gentle walk along the Thames. See the Palace in all its festive splendour. Beforehand Optional LUNCH at 12.30pm in The Kings Tun, 153 Clarence Street Kingston, KT1 1QT, (Wetherspoons). The WALK STARTS at 2pm outside the pub. Good footwear needed as the riverside path might be wet & muddy. Afternoon tea/coffee etc available in The Palace Tea Room. Return by train from Hampton Court station to Clapham Junction.
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Sunday 17 December NATURIST SWIM 12 noon to 2pm. Join James and SLG members for a naturist swim at the University of London Union, Admission £10 (or £15 for two sessions). Go down the stairs opposite the entrance and ask for a locker key at the desk, for which you have to show some identification. The pool is in the basement. You go to the pool with your money. Strictly naturist. Nearest station is Goodge Street.
Join with SLG group.The future of Mama Trot’s farm is in jeopardy. Evil debt collectors Lord Wonga and sidekick Quick Quid want their weekly instalments and the money has run out. Up above the village in Cloudland,an evil giant threatens the community. £14,concs £10.
We visit the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition to see the world's best nature photography. At the Tickets £13.50, concs £8. Meet at the exhibition entrance inside the museum. Preceded by optional lunch at 12.30pm at Carluccio’s, 1 Old Brompton Road, SW7 3HZ (opposite South Kensingtn Tube station).
With food, drink, raffle , cabaret, entertainment and music, in aid of Croydon Pride Trust and Metrocharity, which runs The Bridge, Croydon's support group for young LGBT people,
TransPALS' annual event to mark the international Transgender Day of Remembrance. Join us for readings, music, and to hear the names and remember all trans people who lost their lives over the last year. TDOR lets us remember and raise awareness of hate crimes against trans people. From its beginnings in the United States in 1999, events to commemorate the day are now held in over 180 cities in over 20 countries. All welcome, just come to the main Town Hall entrance. Please arrive from 2:30 for a 3pm start.
The autumn tournament reaches its conclusion.
Michael has had an interesting life, as barrister, immigration judge, and politician. He once shared a gaol cell with a serial killer. He's an experienced speaker and should give us an entertaining evening.
CAGS Annual General Meeting. Come and discuss the group's activities over the last year and its plans for the future, vote on a constitutional amendment, and elect the officers and committee for the coming year.