Event Calendar

May
27
Mon
Eastern Green History Group
May 27 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Eastern Green History Group Programme 2019

January: Monday 28th at 7.30pm, a short AGM plus, Peter Walters, ‘Coventry in the Great War’

February: Monday 25th at 7.30pm, Cathy Hunt, ‘A History of Women’s Lives in Coventry 1850-1950’

March: Monday 25th at 7.30pm, Jon Plumley, ‘Coventry Charterhouse’

April: Monday 29th guided tour of the under croft in Priory Place, £3.50 per person.

May: Monday 27th at 7.30pm, Peter Crowley, ‘The History of the Alvis Company’

June: Monday 24th at 2pm, visit to Hill Top gardens, Warwick.

July: Monday 22nd at 7.30pm, Sue Tall , ‘Kenilworth & the Great War Tanks’

August: No Meeting

September: Monday 23rd at 7.30pm, Brian Stote, ‘Changes in Broadgate and its Environs over the years’

October: Monday 28th 7.30pm, John Burton, ‘Villages of North Warwickshire’

November: Monday 25th at 7.30pm, David Fry, ‘Forgotten Foleshill’

December: no meeting

May
28
Tue
St Andrew’s Church Light Lunch @ Church side room
May 28 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

St Andrew’s Church Light Lunch
A group for those recently bereaved to meet and share with others who have been through a similar experience. We have a light lunch (soup and a dessert) and time to talk to share experiences and support one another.
The group meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 12 noon to 1.30pm at St. Andrew’s Church, Church Lane, Eastern Green.
Everyone is welcome. For further information please call Sue Masters on 07958 322026
Dates for Summer 2019
23rd April
14th May
28th May
11th June
25th June

Forget me Not – Dementia Support Group @ St Andrew's Church
May 28 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

The Dementia Support Group Meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month commencing 9th January 2018.

Allesley Green Prayer Group @ 27 Polperro Drive
May 28 @ 7:45 pm – 8:45 pm

Allesley Green Prayer

The small group who meet to pray for Allesley Green on the fourth Tuesday of the month welcomes new members. Venue 27 Polperro Drive. All welcome.

May
29
Wed
Lunch n Chat @ St Andrew's Church, Side Room
May 29 @ 11:45 am – 1:30 pm

Lunch n Chat

Where: St Andrew’s Church
When: On Wednesday’s of every month
From: 11.45-1.30
Who for: Anyone who has suffered bereavement and lives in the area

What we do:

  • Provide a simple lunch (soup and a roll)
  • A chance to talk to someone who will make time to listen
  • An opportunity to make new friends
  • A tranquil setting
  • No pressure to do anything or say anything

Cost: ₤1.50 per session

Come just once or come every time

We understand that when you’ve lost a loved one, you experience a wide range of emotions, often unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before. It may feel as no one could possibly understand what you are going through. But others have been through it, and so there’s no need to be alone. Taking that first step to go out can often be the most important step of all.

We also know that if it’s some time since your loved one died, it may not be any easier. In fact, in some cases, it feels worse than ever. Again, there are people who do understand this and who have time for you.

Contact: Rita Muir 024 7646 0744

Jun
5
Wed
Lunch n Chat @ St Andrew's Church, Side Room
Jun 5 @ 11:45 am – 1:30 pm

Lunch n Chat

Where: St Andrew’s Church
When: On Wednesday’s of every month
From: 11.45-1.30
Who for: Anyone who has suffered bereavement and lives in the area

What we do:

  • Provide a simple lunch (soup and a roll)
  • A chance to talk to someone who will make time to listen
  • An opportunity to make new friends
  • A tranquil setting
  • No pressure to do anything or say anything

Cost: ₤1.50 per session

Come just once or come every time

We understand that when you’ve lost a loved one, you experience a wide range of emotions, often unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before. It may feel as no one could possibly understand what you are going through. But others have been through it, and so there’s no need to be alone. Taking that first step to go out can often be the most important step of all.

We also know that if it’s some time since your loved one died, it may not be any easier. In fact, in some cases, it feels worse than ever. Again, there are people who do understand this and who have time for you.

Contact: Rita Muir 024 7646 0744

Jun
6
Thu
Toddler Group @ St. Andrew's Church
Jun 6 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

St. Andrew’s hosts a toddler group on Thursday mornings from 9.30-11.30 a.m. All parents and their pre-school children welcome. Toast and a drink served. Fun and fellowship. Cost £1.50 per adult with child and 20p for any additional child. For further info, contact Jess on 07554 996518.

Jun
11
Tue
St Andrew’s Church Light Lunch @ Church side room
Jun 11 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

St Andrew’s Church Light Lunch
A group for those recently bereaved to meet and share with others who have been through a similar experience. We have a light lunch (soup and a dessert) and time to talk to share experiences and support one another.
The group meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 12 noon to 1.30pm at St. Andrew’s Church, Church Lane, Eastern Green.
Everyone is welcome. For further information please call Sue Masters on 07958 322026
Dates for Summer 2019
23rd April
14th May
28th May
11th June
25th June

Forget me Not – Dementia Support Group @ St Andrew's Church
Jun 11 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

The Dementia Support Group Meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month commencing 9th January 2018.

Jun
12
Wed
Lunch n Chat @ St Andrew's Church, Side Room
Jun 12 @ 11:45 am – 1:30 pm

Lunch n Chat

Where: St Andrew’s Church
When: On Wednesday’s of every month
From: 11.45-1.30
Who for: Anyone who has suffered bereavement and lives in the area

What we do:

  • Provide a simple lunch (soup and a roll)
  • A chance to talk to someone who will make time to listen
  • An opportunity to make new friends
  • A tranquil setting
  • No pressure to do anything or say anything

Cost: ₤1.50 per session

Come just once or come every time

We understand that when you’ve lost a loved one, you experience a wide range of emotions, often unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before. It may feel as no one could possibly understand what you are going through. But others have been through it, and so there’s no need to be alone. Taking that first step to go out can often be the most important step of all.

We also know that if it’s some time since your loved one died, it may not be any easier. In fact, in some cases, it feels worse than ever. Again, there are people who do understand this and who have time for you.

Contact: Rita Muir 024 7646 0744