Outside events programme during the 2019-20 season

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Date and Time Title of event Event description Where to meet


Thursday 20 June 2019
6:30 pm

Evening walk along the river Wey

River Wey; Shalford to Farncombe

Taking advantage of the evening light, we'll walk along the tow path of the River Way towards Godalming, some interesting landscape views as the river meanders its way along. Hopefully some narrow boats, wildlife, certainly ducks & quite often a heron.

 Afterwards some refreshment in a hostelry in either Shalford or Bramley. 

Lorry Park, Junction of Trunley Heath Rd, & A281 between Bramley and Shalford

It’s on your left just past Bramley Golf Course and the compound for police cars. From there we'll walk along the old railway line towards the river.

Sunday 7 July 2019
11:00 am

Coultershaw Wharf Mill & Beam Pump.


A285 South of Petworth

27 October 2019
11:00 am

Weald and Downland Museum,
Town Lane, Singleton, Chichester PO18 0EU

A visit to the Weald and Downland Museum as requested by members. There is a Folklore and Harvest event on at the moment which may present a good opportunity for some interesting photography of historical buildings, gardens, farmland, livestock and crafts, as well as autumn colour in the surrounding landscape.

Free car park - meet in the car park.
Entrance fee: Adults £14.00 (£15.50 gift aid) Over 65's £12.00 (£13.50 gift aid) children /full time students £6.50 (£7.50 gift aid).

Saturday 16 November 2019
10:00 am


Autumnal walk: Thursley Moat, Nature reserve.
(Some members may wish to start earlier but should be back to meet up in the car park at 10:00 am)

Free car park off Thursley Rd, Elstead.GU8 6LW;

Friday 17 January 2020 3:00 pm

London street photography at dusk with a walk along the South Bank, then across the river in time for buildings starting to light up..

Event will be led by Bev Pegram.
Go to the 10th floor observation area at the Tate Modern and then, for inspiration, go to the 4th floor to see a small free exhibition of night photos taken in Tokyo by Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama. After we will walk down to Southwark Bridge and over the river past Cannon Street Station, then into the City starting near the Bank of England and finishing up near the Lloyds building and a cluster of major iconic buildings.

Meet at the Tate Modern 


This season’s all year round subject is Arundel (castle, cathedral, wildlife centre, town, etc.) for anyone who isn’t able to join us on our visits and is an alternative opportunity for them to take part in the outside events competition.

Previous outside events:  2018-19    2017- 2018

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