Guildford and South Surrey Branch

 

Parkinson's Working Age Group

 

Location: The Withies Inn, Compton, GU3 1JA

 

On the 3rd Tuesday of every month, the Working Age Group meets at The Withies Inn. There are usually about 25 people, and partners are very welcome. The food is good and we can enjoy a drink together, and share experiences. We often have guest speakers to give a short talk starting at 8pm. The evening is from 7 - 10pm. New people are very welcome.

 

If interested, please contact Val or Keith on vblack@guildfordparkinsons.org.uk  or kblack@guildfordparkinsons.org.uk

 

 

 

Working Age Group Calendar

 

Dates for 2020 (3rd Tuesday of each month)

 

21 January

Withies - Sarah Vickery – The Art of Wellbeing 8.00pm

 

18 February

Withies - Amanda PD Nurse – Q&A Session 8.00pm

 

17 March

Withies - No Speaker - Social Evening

 

24 March

Tenpin Bowling, Spectrum 7.30pm

 

21 April

Withies – No Speaker – Social Evening

 

19 May

Walking Basketball - Rodborough School Sports Hall, GU8 5BZ. 7.30 to 8.30pm. Afterwards The Refectory, Milford.

 

16 June

Withies - No Speaker - Social Evening

 

tbc July

Cream Tea with Guildford Group. Details to follow.

 

21 July

BBQ at The Queen Victoria 6.30pm

 

18 August

Summer Walk to Jolly Farmer, Bramley via old railway line.

Meet at the layby next to Trunley Heath Rd, Shalford 6.30pm.

 

15 September

Withies - No Speaker – Social Evening

 

20 October

Withies - Quiz + Fish & Chip Supper

 

17 November

Venue tbc - Emily – Parkinsongs – 7.30pm

 

9 December

Guildford Group Christmas Dinner. Details to follow

 

15 December

Withies - Christmas meal

We send out an email reminder and more information for each event, for example who will be speaking to us. Please become a member of the Guildford Parkinson's Group here. To join our Facebook group follow this link  and request membership. We post articles related to Parkinson's and our various activities. This is a useful way for us to keep in touch. If you are worried about friends seeing your Parkinson's activities, Facebook enables you to isolate your posts into a WAG section so posts in the WAG do not get shown to all your Facebook friends.