Completed meetings and events 2021-2022

Tue 28th June 2022 Clive and Andrea Steggel - "To Bled, with Bond"

It's the Mini-Car, not James!!

Tue 21st June 2022 Dinner with speaker

Tue 14th June 2022 Ian Clark - "SSC Blood Bikes"

Tue 7th June 2022 Assembly with District Governor

Tue 31st May 2022 Informal get together - Alan Ingram

Tue 24th May 2022 Dinner with no speaker

Tue 17th May 2022 Charter Night

Details TBA

Mon 16th May 2022 Council Meeting

Tue 10th May 2022 A & Os

Tue 3rd May 2022 No Meeting after May Day Bank Holiday

Tue 26th April 2022 AGM (Provisional)

Tue 19th April 2022 No Meeting after Bank Holiday

Tue 12th April 2022 Neil Sheldon - "Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics"

Tue 5th April 2022 No Meeting after President's Lunch

Sun 3rd April 2022 President's Buffet Lunch

President's drinks with a bonus!
Held in the Jubilee Hall, Stanley Road

Tue 29th March 2022 No formal meeting, 5th Tuesday

Tue 22nd March 2022 Ian Clark "Blood Bikes" (now postponed)

Mon 21st March 2022 Council Meeting

Tue 15th March 2022 A&Os

Tue 8th March 2022 Clive Brookes "Marbury Hall Camp 1939 - 1948"

Tue 1st March 2022 Sophie Sudworth "Energising Net Zero"

Tue 22nd February 2022 Ian Robertson "The Hope Central food bank"

Tue 15th February 2022 Michael Walters "A Funny Thing Happened to me on the Way to the Crematorium!"

Tue 8th February 2022 Rachel Shorney "The Route to Net Zero"

Tue 1st February 2022 Alan Ingram, "Fireworks Night Celebrations in Lewes, Sussex"

Tue 25th January 2022 Zoom meeting with speaker (TBA)

Mon 24th January 2022 Council Meeting Now Face-to-Face (Re-scheduled from 31st Jan)

Meeting at Yorston Lodge School

Tue 18th January 2022 A&Os on Zoom (rescheduled from 24th)

Sun 16th January 2022 President's Drinks (Postponed, new date TBA)

Tue 11th January 2022 Zoom meeting, Zoom open from 7:15 pm

Keith Stevens, "Energy, from Flint to Fusion"

Tue 4th January 2022 Meeting cancelled

Tue 28th December 2021 No Meeting, Christmas Break

Tue 21st December 2021 No Meeting - Christmas Break

Thu 16th December 2021 Christmas Message, Rev Paul Deakin, Vicar of St Cross Church

Tue 14th December 2021 No meeting before Christmas Message

Tue 7th December 2021 Quentin Abel - "HS2 and Hyper-Loop, What does the future hold?"

Tue 30th November 2021 No formal meeting, 5th Tuesday

Tue 23rd November 2021 Annual SGM

Mon 22nd November 2021 Council Meeting

Tue 16th November 2021 A&Os

Tue 9th November 2021 President's Night at Cottons

Tue 2nd November 2021 Emma Mitson and Diane Clark. A presentation from "Passion for Learning"

Tue 26th October 2021 Roger Devonside - "Daredevil Fundraiser"

Tue 19th October 2021 Neil Sheldon - "Alan Turing, Man and Legacy"

Tue 12th October 2021 Jenny Clegg - The Samaritan's Listeners Scheme"

Tue 5th October 2021 Alan Woods, Director – Strategy and Business Development, Rolls-Royce SMR "Small Modular Reactors"

Tue 28th September 2021 Dinner with speaker

Judy Popley "Trafford Park - From stately Grandeur to a Shopping Mecca"

Mon 27th September 2021 Council

Tue 21st September 2021 A&Os "Live!"

Tue 14th September 2021 Dinner with speaker

Adam Daniels, UK Operations Manager, Sibelco, "Sand, from ground to Glass"

Tue 7th September 2021 Dinner with speaker

Tue 31st August 2021 No formal meeting, 5th Tuesday

Tue 24th August 2021 First Dinner at Cottons

Speaker Dr. Paddy Kearns "How Covid has Changed Knutsford"

Tue 17th August 2021 Last Zoom meeting? Penny Wheat, "The Perils of a Public Speaker"

Tue 10th August 2021 Informal Dinner, Golden Pheasant

Tue 3rd August 2021 Zoom meeting, "California Dreaming" with Neil Sadler

From San Francisco to Grand Canyon, via Route 66, with a twist!

Mon 2nd August 2021 Council Meeting on Zoom

Wed 28th July 2021 Probus Rex Bowls Evening

Our annual Crown Green bowling lesson, one year we might beat them, maybe this time!

Tue 27th July 2021 Visit, with guests, to "The Rick Dallimore Car Museum" + Buffet (Details TBA)

Tue 20th July 2021 A&Os on Zoom

Tue 13th July 2021 David Shimmings - "The First Canal"

Tue 6th July 2021 Mark Lewis - "The tidal Thames"