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Sevenoaks Computer Group - Virtual Meeting
19th April 2021 14:00 - 16:00

Sevenoaks Computer Group - Virtual Meeting
17th May 2021 14:00 - 16:00

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  • Book Club 1

    Book Club 1

    9th July 2020

    We have had several ZOOM book group meetings and are getting used to this "modern way" of communicating. Of course it's a compromise but it means we can keep our group going and apart from discussing the books we have read we enjoy catching up with each other. Unfortunately we have lost two of our group due to moving away and another is taking a break due to other commitments. That means we are down to just six members and could really do with recruiting two more to join us. This is difficult in the present circumstances as l really think new people need to join an actual meeting rather than a virtual one. Do you agree? Hopefully things will have moved forward by end of September and we'll be able to have our Open Day. Here are the last three books we have read: "Once upon a River" by Diane Setterfield An historical, mystery set in the and around the villages of the upper reaches of the Thames. The story begins on a midwinter's night when regulars of an ancient inn are gathered...

  • Monthly Meetings

    9th July 2020

    As reported in the June Bulletin, we intend to resume Monthly Meetings as soon as it is safe and feasible to do so. Meetings are scheduled from October onwards and we have provisionally bookings for St Nicholas from that month but it is likely our monthly meetings will be unable to be held until...

  • Riverhill Himalayan Gardens, Sevenoaks

    Riverhill Himalayan Gardens, Sevenoaks

    9th July 2020

    Sarah Rogers gave us a fascinating account of the history and development of Riverhill Himalayan Gardens at our last monthly meeting in February. The gardens are now open again, looking lovely, and well worth a visit – not just for the excellent gardens, but the fine views across the Weald. You...

  • Things to do this Summer

    9th July 2020

    Now that a number of venues are able to open albeit with restrictions here are a few suggestions for starting to get out and about this Summer. RHS Gardens The Royal Horticultural Gardens (RHS) are now open along with their plant centres so why not have a day out at the lovely gardens at both...

  • June Bulletin

    24th June 2020

    The June Bulletin from the Committee an update of the current position with respect to a number of issues including the AGM, Monthly meetings, membership renewal etc. ...

  • Things to do while self isolationg

    1st May 2020

    We usually have in the website a list of suggestions for local trips and trips to London, and also highlighting group news about their visits and planned activities. As the current crisis has severely curtailed these activities, we thought we would put together a guide to ‘things we can do while...

  • Gresham College Talks

    Gresham College Talks

    1st May 2020

    We started a new monthly seminar series last November using the Gresham College lectures. The available lectures cover a wider range of topics including geology, astronomy, medical advances, psychology, music, film, mathematics, information technology, environmental issues and a broad range of...

  • London Studies Booklet

    London Studies Booklet

    1st May 2020

    All our eight London Studies groups had to cease their programme of study visits to London in March. These are some of our most popular groups and all members derived a good deal of enjoyment from these visits both from the opportunities to study and visit fascinating buildings in London and the...

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  • Things to do while you Stay At Home

    Things to do while you Stay At Home

    25th March 2020

    Ideas for Groups During these challenging times and to help to maintain most of our Groups, we have been researching ideas. Here are some you might like to try Video Communication Skype Facetime Whatsapp Zoom(Up to 40 people can join a meeting of 40mins or more for...

  • Recommended reading from Poetry Group 1

    Recommended reading from Poetry Group 1

    24th March 2020

    Following the reading recommendations from Book Group 1, here are a few from Poetry Group 1: Diarmaid Macculloch’s Cromwell. Anna Pasternak The American Duchess Ben Macintyre The Spy and the Traitor ( or any other of his books) Amor Towles A...

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