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Many of our general events and activities are open to non-members, so do get in touch if you would like to attend. If no other contact details are given, please get in touch.

 


Council Meeting

Date: 10th September 2018

Members: please send questions and comments you feel should be addressed to one of the Council members listed on the home page of the website.


 

Autumn Lunch

A delicious two-course hot lunch with waiter service. Vegetarian options and pay bar available.

Date: 20th September 2018

Location: National Liberal Club, 1 Whitehall Place, London, SW1A 2HE

Guest Speakers:
Before lunch: Andrew Lewer, MBE,MP. Chairman, All Party Parliamentary Group on Publishing.

After lunch: Jane Corry, Sunday Times bestselling novelist.

Non-members and guests welcome. Download booking form

MENU: Two courses: Hunter’s style braised steak served with seasonal vegetables and potatoes OR Spinach, cheese and egg filo pie served with tomato sauce, new potatoes and salad. Followed by fresh fruit salad and ice cream. Tea and coffee. Pay bar available.


Drama Workshop

Members' plays, sketches, monologues etc read by guest actors and critiqued by the audience.

Venue: Leicester Square Reference Library, St Martin’s Street, London, WC2H 7HP

Date: Saturday 6 October 2018

Time: 11am-4pm.

Held 3 or 4 times per year, on Saturdays.

Cost: £15 per person. Tea and coffee provided, but bring a packed lunch.

Plays to be included must be submitted in advance. Details from Martin Cort.


Southern Regional Meeting

Date: 24th October 2018

Time: 10:30am-4pm.

Venue: St Richard’s Church, Cawley Road, Chichester

Afternoon speaker: Martin Hayes, West Sussex Local Studies Librarian. The Great War in West Sussex; The Home Front: How Women Helped Win the War.

Cost: £10 (£12 non-members).

For more info or to book, please contact Roberta Grieve 01243 554647 robgrieve@msn.com


Council Meeting

Date: 26th November 2018

Members: please send questions and comments you feel should be addressed to one of the Council members listed on the home page of the website.


 

Christmas Tea

Date: 5th December 2018

Location: National Liberal Club, 1 Whitehall Place, London, SW1A 2HE

Non-members and guests welcome. Full details, prices and booking forms will be published in The Woman Writer magazine and on our facebook and twitter pages, approximately eight weeks before the event.


Council Meeting

Date: 14th January 2019

Members: please send questions and comments you feel should be addressed to one of the Council members listed on the home page of the website.


Council Meeting

Date: 4th March 2019

Members: please send questions and comments you feel should be addressed to one of the Council members listed on the home page of the website.


 

Spring Tea Prizegiving

Date: 20th March 2019

Location: National Liberal Club, 1 Whitehall Place, London, SW1A 2HE

Trophy and cash prize presentations, a chance to hear some of the prizewinning competition entries from the past year and meet the judges.

Non-members and guests welcome.


 

Special event to mark the Society’s 125th Anniversary

Date: 1st May 2019

Details to be announced.


Council Meeting

Date: 17th June 2019

Members: please send questions and comments you feel should be addressed to one of the Council members listed on the home page of the website.


 

AGM and Summer gathering

Date: 27th June 2019

The date and venue for this event are subject to change.


Council Meeting

Date: 9th September 2019

Members: please send questions and comments you feel should be addressed to one of the Council members listed on the home page of the website.


 

Autumn lunch

Date: 19th September 2019

The date and venue for this event are subject to change.


Council Meeting

Date: 25th November 2019

Members: please send questions and comments you feel should be addressed to one of the Council members listed on the home page of the website.


 

Christmas tea

Date: 5th December 2019

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