Ealing Forum Outings for 2018
Tues 25th September:Sandwich in Kent
Sandwich is a historic town on the River Stour in Kent. Sandwich was one of the Cinque Ports and still has many original medieval buildings, including several listed public houses and gates in the old town walls, churches, alms houses and the White Mill. While once a major port, it is now two miles from the sea due to the disappearance of the Wantsum Channel. Its historic centre has been preserved and is a delight for the visitor. Tickets: £18.00
Outing to The Worcester Victorian Christmas Market, Thursday 29 November 2018
This Victorian themed street market really is the best way to kick-start the festive season by soaking up the atmosphere of vibrant colours, harmonious sounds and enticing scents of Christmas.
Worcester’s historic streets will be filled with over 200 stalls selling an array of products including local arts and crafts, international products, festive gifts and not forgetting the extremely tempting international street food. Food and drink lovers alike will delight in the ‘fare’ available at this year‘s Worcester Victorian Fayre. There’ll also be plenty of food-on-the-go to enjoy as you wander round the Fayre – including warm roasted chestnuts, flavoured nuts, filled crepes and hot chocolate, all of which can be purchased from the various hot food street sellers along the lit-up streets of Worcester.
Now in its 26th year, the Worcester Victorian Fayre always ensures that the narrow and historic streets of Worcester come to life as many of the stall holders dress in traditional costume as 19th century ladies, gents, urchins and chimney sweeps.
We depart from the usual spot at Haven Green at 09.00 am sharp. Tickets will be sold at the September, October Ealing Forum meeting and cost £19.00 pp. Cheques payable to: EALING FORUM. Contact: George Martin on 020-8993 3271 or mobile (on the day): 07976-430 274.
Unfortunately we are all aging,and some manage better than others, but it has been noticeable of late that some
joining the trips really do need personal help, which unfortunately we are unabe to provide or take responsibility for, if you are unable to care of yourself and need help then you must bring a companion with you,
they need not be a Forum member, when booking your tickets just mention that you will be bringing a carer with you. Doreen Stannard