SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERTS
These concerts present fine music performed by professional or gifted amateur musicians. They normally take place between October and July.
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Sunday Afternoon Concerts
THE LITERARY SOCIETY
The Literary Society meets on alternate Wednesdays during the winter. New faces are always welcome. Guest speakers deliver talks, often illustrated, on a variety of topics ranging from travel, historical, art, music, notable places of interest, and many more topical subjects.
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THE PARLOUR PLAYERS
Founded in 1980, we are based in Sanderstead and we produce two full-scale productions a year. The Players also enjoy play readings and social events. We are always looking for new members to act, direct or take on one of the many backstage roles. News of our next production can be viewed in the Players’ website. Follow the link below
THE SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING GROUP
We enjoy partaking in old favourites and learning many new dances. As well as our regular Tuesday evening dancing we enjoy Christmas and Burn’s Nicht celebrations and usually a summer lunch. Whether you come on your own or with a partner you will be made equally welcome.
The club, founded in 1937, continues to offer and encourage a sporting activity to church members and friends of the church. Club play is held on Saturday and Tuesday afternoons throughout the year, weather permitting, and on Wednesday evenings during the summer. Besides this we also enjoy some social activities such as a skittle evening and quiz night. Membership is open to all. The club’s facilities include the church tennis pavilion and changing rooms.
The Guild meets every other Tuesday afternoon for a varied programme of talks (some illustrated), demonstrations and so on. New friends can be made over tea and biscuits!
The Working Circle meets on alternate Tuesday afternoons. The circle aims to help out with the charity work of the church and other organisations both at home and abroad. Meetings are held to produce articles and garments for sale to raise funds to supply these needs.
During the past year more than 350 baby-care knitted items were made and either sold or sent to three local charities.