The West of London Astronomical Society will be holding public observing sessions of the Moon, Mars and the stars.
Come to Ruislip Lido from Friday 15 March to Sunday 17 March 2019 between 7 pm and 9 pm each evening.
Admission is free, and all are welcome!
More information at www.wolas.org.uk/observing_events
Embarrassing or what? I uploaded the movie to the website but didn’t add any menu links. Fixed now, if you click on Publications or hover over it for the drop-down menu, it will take you straight to the slide show/movie. Or you can view it by clicking on the image below:
Our friends, the Ickenham Festival Team, will be holding their ever-popular “Burns Night” at Douay Martyrs School, Long Lane, Ickenham on Saturday 26th January 2019.
Expect a live Ceilidh Band with a caller for dancing, a Piper, a haggis supper (other options available) , dancing, and Burns poetry reading. A great night out is promised for all.
You may book online at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/ickenhamfestival https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/ickenhamfestival
Full details of tickets and booking are on the Ickenham Festival website at
http://www.ickenhamfestival.org.uk/Feature.Burns.htm or contact Doug Neilson on 07516 984514.
Looking forward to seeing you at tonight’s Festive Evening. The “Gardens of Ickenham” movie/slide show will be on the IRA stand. If you miss it, you can view it by clicking on the image below.
Gardens of Ickenham: remember that? The movie/slide show will be running on the Ickenham Residents’ Association (IRA) stand in the Village Hall during this Friday’s Festive Evening.
We’ll also be displaying a board showing you what the IRA gets up to and giving visitors two sticky tabs each to let us know which activities they most value. Committee members will be on hand for conversation.
We look forward to seeing you there.
This year’s URC Christmas Fayre will be held on Saturday 17th November from 10am to 2pm. Admission 50p (free for under 12s).
The stalls will include Christmas gifts, decorations and cakes along with china, glass and small quality bric-a-brac, jewellery, toys and boxed games, DVDs and CDs and quality books. There will be plenty of activities for the children, with Father Christmas arriving at 11, along with the popular 101 Surprises tombola [every ticket a winner!] and the grand draw at 1.30 with top prizes of £150 and £50 cash, kindly donated by Coopers Estate Agents. Last but not least there will be hot food and other refreshments to help keep you going. If you are able to donate anything for the stalls please bring it to the church between 2pm and 7pm on Friday 16th November or ring Richard Piper on 01895 634348 for collection. Thank you for that in advance and hope to see you at the Fayre!
In order to faciliate the service at the war memorial by the duck pond and the parade down the High Street, there will be road closures in the area around the roundabout at the junction of Bury St, Eastcote Rd and Ruislip High St from 10:30 to 11:30.
Given that this is a signed diversion route for traffic unable to use BRS It will probably be best to avoid the area completely during these hours on Sunday.