We are aware that at present many in our community are socially isolating and staying in their homes. For this reason we have taken a number of photos to show those of you who cannot see the Green at the moment. Many thanks to Richard Harris and Peter Akbar for the wonderful photos. Click on a photo to see full size.
We will remember Storm Ciara – because we look back on it on remembering that it crossed Bath at the time of another wonderful talk by Amy Frost.
Whilst the storm raged outside, we sat in the snug surroundings of St Stephen’s Centre listening to a perfectly pitched talk on the work of the very architect who designed the building that we were in. Not needing to rush away afterwards, we then enjoyed a tea of sandwiches, scones with homemade jam (from the fruit of the tree on the Millennium Green) and sumptuous helpings of homemade cake.
Thank you to the 74 people who bought tickets for yet another sell-out event. .It was a most enjoyable afternoon, which raised over £900 towards the maintenance of The Green.
We are very grateful to Amy for giving her time and we hope to welcome her back again for another talk on the architecture of our area.
This “Talk with Wine” featuring local author Jeremy Seal was a great success. Jeremy gave an extremely engaging talk about his experiences canoeing down the River Meander across Turkey and provided fascinating insights about life in Turkey. Do visit Jeremy’s website at http://www.jeremyseal.com for more information.
Over 70 people attended the talk which as well as wine featured some Turkish dishes. The event generated over £670 towards the mantenance of the Millennium Green.
Many thanks to Claire Smith and Anne Claxton for organising the event.