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The Knepp Rewilding Project

Penny Green is an Ecologist and will give us a Talk on the Knepp Castle Estate, which comprises 3,500 acres of heavy weald clay in West Sussex.  Though farmed intensively since WW2, the farm rarely made a profit.  Rewilding has turned this around and the farmland is now profitable.



Mottisfont Abbey                    

Mottisfont Estate contains an 18th century home with a medieval priory, a world famous rose garden and the River Test runs through the grounds.


Claremont Landscape Gardens and The Homewood


Beautiful gardens and a modern movement house.


Afternoon Tea at Indigo


Pre Christmas Lunch at Windsor House Hotel


Flower Bed


Promoting Sunny Worthing

The Association is one of the voluntary bodies helping to promote Worthing by maintaining flower beds on the seafront.


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To a range of properties in Lincolnshire in September 2017


Holiday


    History of the Tower of London

The speaker, Alan Kingshott, was ‘Chief Yeoman Warder of Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress the Tower of London, Member of the Yeoman Guard Extraordinary’ until his retirement last year.


The Story of English Freedom                                               


Andy Thomas is one of the UK’s best-known authors and lecturers on unexplained mysteries and global cover-ups, and is author of the acclaimed books The Truth Agenda and Conspiracies.  He also lectures on history and British folklore and speaks extensively in Britain and around the world at both ‘alternative’ and mainstream events.


From rebellions of Boudicca against Roman invaders to the Peasant’s Revolt and the modern poll tax riots, from the truly revolutionary ideas put forward in Cromwellian times to influential movers and shakers e.g. Thomas Paine, the Suffragettes and George Orwell ‘Freedom’ has always been a key issue in English history.