Winter Lectures 2017/18
ALL AT 6:30pm IN THE COMMUNITY CENTRE
Geoffrey Probert, High Sheriff of Suffolkwill speak about his role and its history.
But before then do not forget:
Friday 17th November 2017 –
“The Britten-Pears Foundation Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.” Sarah Bardwell-General Director of the Britten-Pears Foundation
Sarah will tell us about changes at the Foundation and plans for the future.
And in the New Year:
Friday 16 February 2018
“Health: all changed, all changed utterly?”
Miss Clare Marx CBE DL PRCS
Clare will discuss the future of health in the UK and challenges facing us all.
Friday 16 March 2018
“The future of the Aldeburgh Lifeboat: choppy seas ahead?”
Charles Walker, Lifeboat Operations Manager
RNLI Headquarters have announced that Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station will be getting a Shannon-class to replace the Freddie Cooper by 2021.Charles who is the lifeboat operations manager (the boss!) will explore what this will mean for Aldeburgh and the wider community. Will we need a new lifeboat station? What will happen to the existing one? Who owns the beach?
ANNUAL PARTY- Date confirmed:
18th May evening
Aldeburgh Society’s event of the year. Join us for drinks and canapes at the Red House thanks to the Britten-Pears Foundation. Details to follow .
Do please bring along friends to any of our events. Non-members can purchase tickets to lectures on the door, with temporary membership for the evening.
Any questions please email Katherine on email@example.com.
You will have recently received our programme for 2017/2018 .
Please note new events:
12th January - Geoffrey Probert, High Sheriff of Suffolk wil speak about his role and its history in The Community Centre at 6:30pm.
In addition the Aldeburgh Society annual party is now set for 18th May 2018 at the Red House. Details to follow.
Aldeburgh Community Centre
Aldeburgh Church Hall