We meet on the 3rd Tuesday each month at the Bristol St. Andrew’s Bowling Club.

Currently, our meetings are online via Zoom due to the COVID 19 Pandemic

Meetings are free to members and we do accept some visitors.

19 January

Aromatherapy for Winter Wellbeing with Anne of AromaWizards

16 February

Living adventurously with Belinda of Explorers Connect

16 March

International Women’s Day and a talk on the work of our nominated charity for 2021, Womankind.

20 April

Pete Insole of Know Your Place Bristol, will talk about the Bristol City Council interactive history map, which has been in development for the last ten years. Come along and find out more about the streets around you,

18 May

Deaf Awareness/Sign Language. Daisy and her mum, Heather, join us for a sign language lesson. Daisy is deaf and she and her mum are fluent in sign language which they will be sharing with us by teaching us some of the basics. Come along and learn how to sign some key words as well as some interesting facts about language in the deaf communities around us. 

15 June

Physical Health and Wellbeing for Women with Physiotherapist Clare Callaghan, covering joint, muscle and bone health, physical activity and the best strengthening exercises for women.

20 July

Supporting women business owners and entrepreneurs
 
Sarah Ives from North and East Bristol Support will talk about this locally funded project which provides free business support to pre-start, start ups and existing enterprises in North and East Bristol.

17 August

 60s dancing class with the Go Gets

21 September

Meet the Mafias. Ever since The Godfather, there’s been no avoiding the Italian mafia in popular culture: mafiosi pop up everywhere from computer games to car insurance ads. And yet, many people are surprised to learn that the mafia are still active in Italy – and that there’s more than one.

19 October

Our Annual General Meeting will be followed by a talk and demo on the Amazing World of Fungi. Fundamental to life on earth and more closely related to animals than plants, fungi give us bread, beer and wine, antibiotics and a huge number of other useful things as well as supporting trees and literally the soil we walk on. Local fungi expert Joe McSorley will give a talk on this fascinating topic.

16 November

Stir Up Sunday Baking

21 December

Date TBC – Christmas Party/Quiz

Additional charges may apply for extra events or activities.
Programme may be subject to change at short notice for absolutely any reason.