|23rd May 2019||Jill Wigmore-Welsh||Exercise Your Brain to Keep Moving|
|The talk will be preceded by our AGM at 1.30pm, with the talk at about 2.00pm|
Wigmore-Welsh works as a Movement & Performance Teacher who
specialises in modern pain care. She is a healthcare expert with over
40 years’ experience who has helped people overcome the pain from
severe injuries and rare health problems including CRPS, fibro, IBS,
spinal injury, amputations, multiple fractures and non-union without
resorting to a lot of drugs. She teaches how to self-manage pain to
provide upbeat positive goal-focused rehabilitation and recovery.
|4th July 2019||Jenny Mallin||A Grandmother's Legacy|
Mallin describes the life and times of Anglo-Indians during the prime
days of the Raj. Spanning the 19th and 20th Centuries, the story
revolves around the lives of five generations of women of a family,
beginning with Jenny’s great-great-great-grandmother, and Jenny talks
about the Railway, Telegraph, Schools and other British institutions
set up in India.|
Open Meetings are held
Open Learning Centre, Rectory Lane,
Bracknell, RG12 7GR
NOTE: No admission to the Hall before 1.30pm to allow for
safe setting up of the hall.
(except for 23rd May when the AGM begins at 1.30pm).