Medieval London

4 months ago ·

Medieval London

Presented by Isolde Martyn

Coffee & Chat

Thursday 11th April

2.30 pm in the Lounge

Isolde Martyn is best known for well-researched historical novels set against turbulent times.

Her debut novel The Maiden and the Unicornwon the prestigious RITA Award for ‘Best First Novel’ from Romance Writers of America.

Chairperson of the Plantagenet Society of Australia, which she co-founded with five other enthusiasts twelve years ago. She is also a former Chairperson of the Sydney Branch of the Richard III Society.

Isolde has worked as a university history tutor, research assistant, and archivist. Her other career has been editing and she was a Senior Book Editor with a major international publishing house before writing fiction full-time. Isolde is a lady with an absolute passion for history and writing historical fiction is a wonderful way for her to share her enthusiasm. She will take you on an armchair journey back to “Medieval London”.

Following the talk, the served Afternoon tea.

Please place your name in the Social Activities book at reception.

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Poetry Reading Club

4 months ago ·

Poetry Reading Club

In the Billiard Room Level 1 – 2.30pm—3.30pm

Any resident who wishes to read or recite a poem at this meeting should let Ken Knight know the name of the poem, its author, and the approximate time needed as soon as possible so an Agenda can be distributed before the meeting.

Any resident who would like to come to the meeting. And just listen to the readings of a variety of interesting poems should let Ken know. So that enough seating is provided.

Afternoon tea will be provided at the end of the meeting.

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Folk Dancing Group

4 months ago ·

Folk Dancing Group

Every Tuesday

From 2 pm—3 pm at the Sports Club.

No partners are necessary.

Come along and give it a go & join the group for coffee afterward. Chris would love to see new residents joining in her classes of folk dances from around the world.

The power of dance improves physical and mental wellbeing in later years!

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