FRIENDSHIP GROUP Syllabus 2018 – 2019
Come along and join us on Wednesday afternoons. We meet in the Church hall at 2 pm during the winter months. This is a mixed group and we listen to speakers then have a chat over a cup of tea.
Malcolm has entertained us before with slides of interesting places he has visited
and his talks are all set to appropriate music.
Find out why the streets were given their names and remember the different shops and homes that used to be there.
Pam will tell us about Seema’s Children’s Home – Offspring of trafficked sex workers. Pam has written a book about this which she will have for sale.
This sounds like an interesting talk about the sundials situated around Scotland.
We have grown up with libraries but are we making the best use of this facility?
Malcolm has been with us before when we learned about the Scottish Pimpernel. This talk \is about the Black Bay Disaster.
Project Linus UK is a volunteer organisation that aims to provide a sense of security and comfort to sick and traumatised babies, children and teenagers through the provision of patchwork quilts.
Eddie Small will tell us about four famous Dundee Marys.
Reminisce about the transport system of the past.
Come and travel down different canals.
Cornerstone provides care and support services for adults, childen and young people with disabilities and other support needs.
Ian will tell us about the role of the Arts in healthcare.
We will learn about the role of the Mountain Rescue service.
Impressions of Moscow and St Petersburg Dorothy Forrester Dorothy will show slides from her visits to Moscow and St Petersburg.
Sometimes we just don’t realise what is going on locally. Stay & Play, is located in St Martin’s church on the Kingsway and is an organisation which shows families how to play with each other.
Find out about the Bell Rock Lighthouse and the Signal Tower in Arbroath.
Who remembers when the children from Carolina House, Broughty Ferry Road,came to the Sunday School in St Matthews Church?. Les will bring us up to date on the role of the Caroline House Trust..
Caroline will tell us about a visit to the Island of Iona.