Ruislipians, fancy a bimble in Ruislip Woods on New Years Day? Your wish is our command. as the Ruislip Woods Trust have let us know about this event. I am sure the guided walk will be very informative!
Tuesday 1st January 2019
New Year’s Day Walk – 11am
Meet outside the Woodlands Centre by the beach at Ruislip Lido.
The walk takes approx. 2 hours and there will be a stop in one of the Woods
for hot mince pies and mulled wine or soft drinks.
A fortnight of talks, concerts and an exhibition, to commemorate the young men from Eastcote who served their country 1914-1918, some making the ultimate sacrifice. Also, to highlight life in Eastcote 1914 -1918.
Programme of Events
Venue the Stables, Eastcote House Gardens.
The exhibition will be open: Free Entry
Sunday 4th November 10am -3pm
Monday 5th November 11am -3pm
Tuesday 6th November 11am -1pm
Thursday 8th November 12-4pm
Friday 9th November 12-4pm
Saturday 10th November 12-4pm
Sunday 11th November 2-4pm [Remembrance Sunday]
Friday 16th November 12-4pm
Saturday 17th November 12-4pm
Tuesday 6th November 2pm: Talk: Eastcote 1914 – 1918. Liz Smith, Edible History Society, Susan Toms RN&ELHS, Lesley Crowcroft FEHG. Free event.
Thursday 8th November 7pm: Talk: ‘Is it Ticking?’ Bomb disposal from the Western front to Helmund Province. Matt Neave, former captain in the Corps of Royal Engineers. Free Event.
Monday 12th November and Tuesday 13th November 2pm: ‘Armistice’ A concert in words and music given by ‘In Voice and Verse’ Seat Prices £15.00 see attached poster
Thursday 15th November 2pm: Talk: History of the Eastcote Branch of the Royal British Legion. Matt Neave. With WWI memorabilia on show. Free event.
There is limited seating available in the Stables therefore all events must be booked in advance Box Office Lesley Crowcroft. 020 8866 8436, firstname.lastname@example.org
All monies raised will be donated to the Royal British Legion Eastcote Branch. Collecting boxes will be available at the end of the talks and during the times that the exhibition is open.
The website of the South Ruilsip Residents Association