Living with Hearing Loss
Thursdays 16th May – 27th June For people over 50 Thursdays 16th May 2019 – 27th June 2019 1.30pm – 3pm at The Avenue Club
Deafplus are running a series of talks about hearing loss and how to live with it. They will teach basic lipreading, give tips on making communicating easier and talk about useful resources.
Thursday 4th May and 6th June 2-3pm
Q-Physio have volunteered to come along and are offering short consultations to members.
Roy Norton, BBC Producer
Monday 17th June 2.30
Interested in TV production? Come along and hear from Roy Norton, ex-senior producer at the BBC. He will be looking at some of the great milestones in television history from pioneers of the ‘20s and 30’s to exciting present day technology. Roy will go behind the scenes with some hilarious ‘off camera’ anecdotes including gossip, scandals and memorable mistakes; you will also hear about his experiences working on important events such as Churchill’s funeral and the 1966 World Cup. There is no charge to members but donations are always welcome.
Full Circle Festival, Mortlake Crematorium
Saturday 29th June, 10-3pm
Come along and visit our stand at the Full Circle Festival 10-3pm at Mortlake Crematorium.
Summer Choir Concert and Afternoon Tea
Tuesday 9th July, 3pm
The Avenue Club Choir is ready to delight you with a variety of songs at our annual Summer Choir Concert and Afternoon Tea. Tickets are available from the Avenue Club Office. Everyone is welcome – bring your friends!
FREE valuations on your jewellery, silver and watches by Kate Bliss
Friday 6th September, 11am—3pm
What Treasures Are You Sitting On?
Famous TV jewellery expert, Kate Bliss can value your precious gems and designer timepieces for FREE at The Avenue Club on 6th September, 11am—3pm.
A familiar face on TV antiques programmes such as Bargain Hunt, Kate is set to do free jewellery, silver and watch valuations and hopes to pave the way to some auction windfalls.
She says: “I’m delighted to be heading this new free valuation event at The Avenue Club and hope to uncover some fabulous finds. Nothing gives me greater pleasure than telling someone a piece of jewellery or a watch they thought was valueless is worth hundreds, or even thousands, of pounds. For example, we plucked a hardstone 18ct gold cameo ring out of a box of costume jewellery. The client planned to throw it away. It sold for £1,100 from an estimate of £100! Designer watches are also highly desirable.’
So, don’t be shy, bring us your treasures, big and small. Please contact the Avenue Club office to book your time slot.
All our talks are free but any donations are always gratefully accepted.
Please contact the office for further details.