Meetings take place at 14:30 in the Community Centre, Cornwalls Meadow,
Buckingham, MK18 1RP on the following Wednesdays.
You can view a map of the location here.
|Jan 25th|| Fantastic Falklands
|Feb 22nd||Two Kinds of Teardrops
|Mar 22nd||Zimbabwe – the Jewel of Africa
Jill Reeve – Johnson
REPORT ON MARCH’S OPEN MEETINGJill Reve-Johnson Gave an interesting talk titled Zimbabwe, jewel of Africa. She started by showing stone age drawings, thousands of years old and explained its history right up to today. First occupied by the Zulus ,David Livingtone was the first white man to see and name Victoria Falls, he was followed by many europeans who split Africa up trying to find gold and diamonds. Cecil Rhodes was an early settler and he made an agreement to take over the country, naming it Rhodesia. In more recent times, Robert Mugabe has become President. Jill then showed some superb slides of Zambabwi including pictures of the Victoria Falls and the wildlife of the country. A delightful afternoon.
|Apr 26th||China – from Confucius to 21st century
|May 24th||Stowe House Preservation Trust
|June 28th||Journey into mind part 2
|July 26th||Summer Social|
|Sept 27th||‘How to Enjoy a Healthy and Wealthy Retirement’
|Oct 25th||Fantastic Falklands (part2)
|Dec 20th||Christmas Social|
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