Happiness is a good book! Paul Lorber has just finished reading a book about William Shakespeare in the year 1599 and has started reading about the Civil War and the French Revolution. Both books were&hellip
Our weekly Sewcial group have been very busy knitting scarves and other useful items for homeless people. The photo shows Val displaying one of the beautiful and warm items made.
Our Vintage Tea Party for 37 guests, including 6 members of the Barham family, on Saturday 8 July was a big success. These photos show just a few highlights from this event. Thank You to&hellip
Our Story Telling & Rhyme sessions for under 5s now run on Tuesdays from 11:30 to 12:30pm. If you are interested or for more details email Paul Lorber on email@example.com
You will always get a friendly welcome from Craig. The shop is usually open on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 3 pm to 7 pm (sometimes longer) and on Saturday from 1 to 5 pm.&hellip
214 Carlton Avenue West Wembley – Thursday 11AM Barham Library Knitters donated 30 twiddlemuffs to St Cuthberts Memory cafe, where all are welcome for tea and coffee & fellowship. The cafe aims to help those with memory loss.
Titus Barham the owner of Express Dairies died in July 1937 when he was due to become the Charter Mayor of the newly formed Wembley Borough Council. Titus was a major benefactor helping to set up Wembley Hospital,&hellip