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Re: Marple Branch NWR [Alternate Mondays]
« Reply #5 on: September 19, 2016, 06:48:58 AM »
MARPLE NWR AUTUMN PROGRAMME 2016

The Marple Branch of the National Women's Register (NWR) meet fortnightly on Monday evenings in members' homes to discuss all subjects, for example cultural and political matters, but also have trips to the theatre and meals out etc.  There is also a book club. All meetings start at 8.00 pm unless otherwise stated:

12th September: AGM, including collection of subs.(£23) and review of book/s from “A Good Read 2016”   
26th September: Did you know that there was a British Housewives’League  formed in 1945? Research and discuss.
10th October: “The Potters’ Village-restoring hope to helpless children” Brenda will talk to us about this Crisis Centre in Uganda.
17th October: Garrick Theatre: “The Last of the Haussmans” by Stephen Beresford (about growing old disgracefully)
31st October:  What happened to the GM Food Debate? Should we be vegan? (Vegan food welcome)
7th November: NWR Telephone Treasure Trail. Be ready to start at 8pm.
21st November: Research a Nobel Prize Winner
5th December: Feedback on recent “Faith in our Future” Day Conference. Also programme planning.
19th December: A Cheese and Drink evening: tasting the difference between well-known brands.

Also TBA: Cardiac Resusitation Day Courses.

New Members always welcome. Contact Chris on 0161 449 9853.

Note: Previous programmes are left below to show the wide variety of activities that the group enjoys.
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Re: Marple Branch NWR [Alternate Mondays]
« Reply #4 on: April 15, 2016, 07:57:40 AM »
MARPLE NWR SUMMER PROGRAMME 2016

The Marple Branch of the National Women's Register (NWR) meet fortnightly on Monday evenings in members' homes to discuss all subjects, for example cultural and political matters, but also have trips to the theatre and meals out etc.  There is also a book club. All meetings start at 8.00 pm unless otherwise stated:

11th April - England is low in the Happiness League for 8yr.olds. What can we do to change this?(Also vote for the book/s from NWR Reading List).
25th April - Our changing eating habits (roast dinners are starting to disappear). Bring examples and samples.
9th May - Do we have too many choices?  What choices would you like to have?
23rd May - Chad’s Theatre, C/Hulme: The Lady Killers.
6th June - 2016 Anniversaries: choose a notable one and tell us about it.
20th June - Visit to the Well Dressings at Litton and Tideswell  (more details, including timing, to follow).
4th July - Local walk, meeting outside Marple Library 7pm.
18th July - A games evening plus programme planning.
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Re: Marple Branch NWR [Alternate Mondays]
« Reply #3 on: December 22, 2015, 06:19:38 AM »
MARPLE NWR WINTER PROGRAMME 2016

The Marple Branch of the National Women's Register (NWR) meet fortnightly on Monday evenings in members' homes to discuss all subjects, for example cultural and political matters, but also have trips to the theatre and meals out etc.  There is also a book club. All meetings start at 8.00 pm unless otherwise stated:

11th January - Favourite places, books and music: what would you recommend and why?
1st February - GARRICK THEATRE: A Taste of Honey by Shelagh Delaney.
8th February - Murder Mystery Play Reading: “The Semitones” by Linda Messham.
Saturday 13th February 7pm - “New Year Party” with a Chinese theme: please dress accordingly!
22nd February - We have “Woman’s Hour”. Should there be a “Men’s Hour” and what should be in it?
7th March - Population: a looming crisis? What do we do about controlling it?  Plus programme planning.
21st March - Germany is NWR’s themed country for 2016. An evening of information and refreshments.
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Re: Marple Branch NWR [Alternate Mondays]
« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2015, 10:47:22 AM »
MARPLE NWR AUTUMN PROGRAMME 2015

The Marple Branch of the National Women's Register (NWR) meet fortnightly on Monday evenings in members' homes to discuss all subjects, for example cultural and political matters, but also have trips to the theatre and meals out etc.  There is also a book club. All meetings start at 8.00 pm unless otherwise stated:

14 Sep - AGM, including collection of subs. Also discussion on themed books plus general “catching up.
28 Sep - Kate will tell us about her 2 months on Iona.
12 Oct - “It’s a small world”  Tell us what coincidences you’ve had in your life.
26 Oct - Royalist/Republican.  Which side are you on and why?
09 Nov - Telephone Treasure Trail. Be ready to start at 8pm.
11 Nov (Weds) - Royal Exchange Backstage Tour: see e-mails from Sylvia.
23 Nov - Migration Watch: discussion.  Plus programme planning.
14 Dec - A seasonal evening: mince pies, mulled wine and games.
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Marple Branch NWR [Alternate Mondays]
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2006, 06:24:50 PM »
This thread contains the latest programme for Marple National Women's Register.


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