Saturday 25th October
Climb Herefordshire Beacon in the Malverns
and discover some of the secrets of this
Iron Age Fort
For further details see Signals Sept – Dec or e-mail email@example.com.
Want to gain promotion?
Attend this event to complete either the adventure or discovery event in your log book.
Please note the new location; we will be meeting on the South coast instead of the usual spot!
Held this year in Chidham Village Hall (at postcode PO18 8TP, on the main road through Chidham), very near to where we hold our summer camp, not far from Chichester. We will be hearing from Claudia Myatt the well known illustrator and author, who has illustrated the Strong Winds trilogy by Julia Jones and also is the artist used by the Nancy Blackett Trust. As well as a speaker we are going to have our own regional members’ forum: a chance for everyone to talk about how they see the Society going, are people happy with our events? what other events might we do? what are people’s concerns? what suggestions do people have for the future? etc. Come prepared to discuss and drink tea.
We will have two floors to use, so juniors can have their own activities; this year it is cake decoration and flag making. The nearest railway station is Nutbourne, 8 minute’s walk away.
Use porcelain paints and pens to turn a plain mug into your own special Ransome-themed creation in the morning. For the afternoon bring along a favourite book or two to introduce fellow TARS members to. Come for either or both parts of the day as you prefer.
Please be aware this is up 4 short flights of stairs!!!
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Want to become an Able Seaman?
Attend this event to complete Titty’s Challenge in your Able Seaman log book.
Revival of 2010 Production
Swallows and Amazons
Written by Arthur Ransome
Adapted for the stage by Helen Edmundson
With songs by Neil Hannon
Directed by Tom Morris
Revival directed by Pieter Lawman
A Bristol Old Vic production
A tour of the young adult Ransome’s haunts.
All Northern region members are invited to attend the AGM which is being held this year in Penrith on Saturday March 21st from 11.00.
We will meet at the Methodist Church Hall, Wordsworth Street, Penrith, Cumbria. CA11 7QY
Penrith Methodist Church Hall is situated on the junction of Wordsworth Street and Drover’s lane. Follow the one way system in the town centre keeping right to go south and then turn left into Portland Place. Sp Methodist Church.The church has a small car park, and car parking is available nearby.
By Rail; Penrith is on the West Coast Mainline from north and south, and from the east via Carlisle.
Members are recommended to bring their own packed lunch and eat in the hall. Tea and coffee will be available.
In the afternoon we are pleased to welcome Jenny Weddick as our speaker. TARS and NBT member Jenny has also sailed extensively in tall ships. Her talk is entitled – ‘Blue Water and Albatrosses’
An opportunity for Tars in the south of our Region to meet and learn something of AR at the time when he was writing for the Manchester Guardian.
We meet in the Library cafe at 10.30. There is a room on the lower ground floor in which we can hear a presentation by Margaret Ratcliffe based on AR’s diary entries from this time.
After lunch we can explore the city centre and find some of the places that AR knew.
Northern Members of TARS are cordially invited to attend the AGM, to be held in Bolton Abbey Village Hall near Skipton in North Yourkshire, starting at 11.00 for registration and coffee.
AGM meeting at 11.30 then a Bring Your Own Lunch in Company followed by a special reading of AR’s Play ‘Aladdin’ written in 1928 for the girls of Withington School, Manchester. (By kind permission of the Executors of the Arthur Ransome Estate.)
Any ideas for future events or offers of help on the committee woudl be very welcome. Please contact the secretary, Helen Lewis