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- Quiz Night
█ Tuesday 20 March 6.30pm ASK Italian
Come to our light-hearted quiz with prizes (brains optional). Bring a team of six or eight, or join a team on the night. Tickets include a main course of pasta, pizza and salads – buy your...
- RNLI, Poole
█ Wednesday 21 March 8.25am Brockham coach pick-up
Some of you may have seen the television programmes about rescues at sea and will agree that the lifeboat crews are, without a doubt, among the bravest people in the land. We have arranged to be...
- Knole – Past and Present
█ Friday 20 April 9.00am Brockham coach pick-up
Being more than 600 years old, Knole is one of England’s largest, most important but fragile historic houses. Bishops, a Lord Chamberlain and Henry VIII all resided there, but since 1603 it has been the home...
- Yorkshire residential trip
█ Monday 30 April
Coach from Dorking Half-board in lovely hotel in Harrogate Outings to Harewood House, Brontë Parsonage Museum, York, Merchant Adventurers’ Hall, Fairfax House, Fountains Abbey, Studley Water Garden, Ripon, Newby Hall, and Yorkshire Sculpture Park Blue Badge...
- Chichester Festival of Flowers
█ Thursday 31 May 9.00am Brockham coach pick-up
The Chichester Festival of Flowers is a biennial event, the proceeds of which go to the Cathedral Restoration Fund. This year it has as its theme ‘This Earthly Paradise’ and Josie Morum-Pound, the inspired festival designer,...
- The Big Stink
█ Tuesday 12 June 8.30am Brockham coach pick-up
Have you ever thought about sewage disposal in London? This trip will introduce you to how the Victorians, led by Joseph Bazalgette, tackled the problem of sewage disposal and disease resulting from a growing population in...
- U3A Summer School
█ Monday 18 June 1.00pm University of Chichester
The courses Bridge refresher course (Bryan Stephens) Culture and rituals (Bernard Smale) Knitting (Penny Ryan) Writing your life story (Bernard and Teresa Hall) Mahjong (Ann Barlow) Jazz – the sound of surprise (Mike Head) The joy...
Visit Mole Valley’s What’s On page for a list of other local events.