Was on 28th November 2013 to the Wallace Collection in London. This is a London gem, and a “must” to visit. Housed in Hertford House in Manchester Square, it is a collection principally acquired in the 19th century by the 3rd and 4th Marquesses of Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace.
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Epsom & Ewell Borough Council are currently working on the preparation and production of a statutory planning policy document titled “Site Allocations Policies Development Plan Document”. This important planning document will identify site allocations and land use designations that will be used to guide and determine future planning applications. The Site Allocations Document will include
The 96 people who came to our Annual Supper on Friday 11th October 2013 at St Joseph’s Church Hall, St Margaret’s Drive (off Dorking Road) enjoyed a rare treat. The Melody Makers, a sextet led by Kate Brown provided a varied repertoire of music and song. The buffet from Studio Food was served by delightful
A trip by coach to Bletchley Park was enjoyed by more than 50 members. We were given lunch and a guided tour round the site of one of WW2’s most secret activities, where the German Enigma codes and others were monitored and broken, thus providing invaluable intelligence for the war effort. The feats of both
South East England, because of its proximity to both London and Europe, is seen to be a natural place for future development. It will require vigilance and care to balance the needs of people for more housing against the environmental impact of new development. The Society aims to help find the best solution to these