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January 2021

Just chat – After Christmas and New Year – Ready for 2021?

January 6 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Virtual Zoom meeting

After a chaotic Christmas organisation - thanks to COVID - what is next for the new year? Just a chat to start the new year. Any subject you can think of, worst or best Xmas present? Plans for next year. Perhaps we can get  a list of what you want to hear from in the Mens Fellowship meetings for the next 12 months? COVID will have receeded into the past so let us put our  thoughts into looking forward to…

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February 2021

James Spanner – Wednesday 3rd February 7:30 – ‘Walking where Jesus walked? How the gospels came to life when James & Steph visited Israel.’

February 3 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Virtual Zoom meeting

James Spanner talking and showing details of Jerusalem and surrounding area illustrating the areas that inspired him and how they bought to life the Scriptures. Every one welcome. I will give the zoom details in the New Year This is a virtual Zoom meeting from your own homes. Free, however if you want to send some money to the church then visit  Give a little Only your own ... Refreshments and Cakes. Networking and Fellowship. All are Welcome The connection…

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March 2021

Charity series… Tools for Reliance .. Zoom Meeting

March 3 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Virtual Zoom meeting

Jo Shannon PHF will be giving a presentation for her charity Tools For Reliance.  She will talk about what Tools for Self Reliance does in the UK and introduce you to a tailoring group I met in Sierra Leone and the vocational project they participated in. This charity has an interesting take on helping people and communities by providing them with the tools and training they need to help themselves. It is based in Portsmouth. They are very active in…

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April 2021

Kathryn Ferry – Wednesday 7th April 7:30pm – Eugenius Birch: The King of Piers

April 7 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Virtual Zoom meeting

Dr Kathryn Ferry - Seaside historian, beach hut lover and author of 'The Nation's Host ' official history of Butlin's. - has published many books and articles. VISIT   Kathryn's web site link Tonight she will give a talk on:- Eugenius Birch: The King of Piers Everything you need to know about the Victorian engineer who transformed the English seaside, building more piers than anyone else and promoting Oriental-style architecture along the prom. Every one welcome .. This is a virtual…

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May 2021

Bill Dodd – Wednesday 5th May 7:30pm – Fred Dibnah MBE BAFTA – Miner – Celebrity and (any excuse…) Traction Engines..

May 5 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Virtual Zoom meeting

Frederick Travis Dibnah, MBE (29 April 1938 – 6 November 2004) was an English steeplejack and television personality, with a keen interest in mechanical engineering, who described himself as a "backstreet mechanic". When Dibnah was born, Britain relied heavily upon coal to fuel its industry. Who loved his Traction Engines ... He became a celebrity after his first BBC  series...A Year with Fred. Bill will give a short precis on his life followed by a documentary about Traction Engines and…

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June 2021

Alistair Byford-Bates – Marine Archaeologist – Wednesday 2nd June 7:30pm – Nets, Wrecks & Artefacts

June 2 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Virtual Zoom meeting

Alistair Byford-Bates, Senior Marine Archaeologist for Wessex Archaeology and is the Historic Environment Fisheries Liaison Officer implementing the Fishing Industry Protocol for local archaeological discoveries. He Will give a talk on 'Nets, Wrecks and Artefacts' He is an expert in the assessment of 19th- 20th century merchant and naval ships, and ordnance and have previous experience in human remains processing and disaster management services. There's more to what comes up in fishermens nets than fish! Wessex Archaeology is the UK’s…

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July 2021

Brian Freeland – Zoom meeting – RICHELIEU: The Cardinal and his City – Wednesday 7th July 7:30pm

July 7 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Virtual Zoom meeting

Brian returns to us with a corker - Richelieu: The Cardinal and his City - The city is paris and Richelieu is a name that conjures up thoughts of the Spanish Inquisition. Dont be fooled, this man is facinating and has a personality and culture that far exceeds the rumours. Visual views of his Paris and the secrets of his power. Every one welcome .. This is a virtual Zoom meeting from your own homes. Free, however if you want…

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August 2021

Wednesday 4th August – AGM and Summer evening at the Lamb

August 4 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
the Lamb, Rustington

Attempt number 3 - Holidays are here , time for a quiet evening in the local hostelry - The Lamb. Although we still need to take care, those of you with 2 jabs or younger than 60, or a devil may care attitude can risk a socially distanced meeting. 'Nuff said. General chat and if possible - bring your thinking hats, we need to organise meetings for the next year. A sneaky attempt to get an AGM; just a few…

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September 2021

Claire Lucas – Rustington Museum – Further adventures in Lockdown – Wednesday 1st September 7:30pm

September 1 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Church Hall, 77 The Street
Rustington, West Sussex BN16 3NL United Kingdom
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£2

Claire Lucas our Museum Curator will be talking about the local history and artefacts that have been unearthed recently during this further lockdown. Clair brings an active refreshing view of our exciting locale. This will be held in the Church Hall. Suitably socially distanced. If you have any problems or issues getting to the Hall please let us know. Refreshments and Cakes. All are welcome £2 entrance. £1 Wine / Voucher Raffle Bill 07786914795

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October 2021

Paul Green – Step back in Time – Wednesday 6th October 7:30pm

October 6 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Church Hall, 77 The Street
Rustington, West Sussex BN16 3NL United Kingdom
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£2

The Argus, Brighton’s daily newspaper, was first published on 30 March 1880. In this talk, Paul Green will explore its history, looking at coverage of key events and providing the opportunity to share memories of life in Brighton & Hove. Memorabilia, including photographs and original newspapers, will be on display, alongside information about The Argus archive held at The Keep, and how to access it. Every one welcome .. This is in the Church Hall Raffle prize. Refreshments and Cakes will be available.…

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