Previous Visits

Wed, 22 Sep 2021

Status: CONFIRMED
Meet at: Sacred Heart Church
for: 8:45 am

DESCRIPTION

September 22,  Weald & Downland Museum, Chichester. Depart 9 am

A coach trip to the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum at Singleton, near Chichester.

We will be able to visit a great variety of historical rural buildings in a beautiful landscape.

There is a cafe on the site and picnics may be taken. A booking form will be circulated nearer the time, but do let me know whether you are interested in this outing so that we can plan numbers.

Cost to include entrance and coach will be £28.

Contact Liz Toms

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE DAY

Travel will be by coach from the Catholic Church, Vicarage Road, Henley, leaving at 9 am.

Return will be at 4 pm from the Museum car park.

Thu, 1 Jul 2021

Status: CANCELLED
Meet at: Official car park at Wall Lane
for: 5:00 pm

DESCRIPTION

Return visit to the archaeological excavations at the Roman Baths at Calleva.

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE DAY

Regrettably cancelled because the site was not up to ‘social distancing’ ethos and Reading University will not allow visitors on the site anymore.

Thu, 24 Jun 2021

Status: CONFIRMED
Meet at: Wallingford Town Square
for: 2:00 pm

DESCRIPTION

The first of our four planned outings this year will be a guided tour of Wallingford’s Castle and the newly renovated Museum.
In the museum, you will be able to see the Castle room, including the new model Castle, the Agatha Christie room, and the special exhibition about the Willis family of artists (see details on the website: http://www.wallingfordmuseum.org.uk)
If this outing is of interest, please register with me, johnwhiting75@yahoo.co.uk so that idea of numbers coming can be anticipated.

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE DAY

Thursday, June 24 meeting up at 2.00 in the Town Square. 

Travel to Wallingford via Bus X28 from Henley or your own vehicle, offers of lifts welcome.

The cost is £6.00 per head payable to Wallingford Museum, payable on the day.

In the unlikely event of inclement weather please bring a brolly and suitable footwear as the Castle grounds can be muddy.