Outings prior to the restrictions imposed by the Government have included visits to the Cutty Sark (last of the sailing tea clippers), Grand Order of Water Rats museum, Middle Temple Hall and Kenley Airfield for gliding.
Rambles are organised twice monthly, once usually from Downe (unless advised to the contrary) and once further afield. Recent destinations included the Thames path from Richmond, also from Tower Hill to Canary Wharf. In rural locations – Ightam Mote, Brasted and Penshurst. Walks are followed by a pub lunch.
We look forward to entering a team in the St. Christopher’s Hospice sponsored walk, the biennial ‘Fun Walk’.
Theatre bookings are occasionally made at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre and Croydon’s Fairfield Hall. Recently we enjoyed the Last Night of the Croydon Proms concert at Fairfield.
A Bridge playing group meets periodically for a ‘not too serious’ competition.
A small group of enthusiasts has formed a Snooker players section which meets and sometimes eats at the prestigious Olympic Snooker Club in Swanley, Kent.