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2012 GALLERY

TUESDAY 11th DECEMBER: CHRISTMAS TEA

This year the December lecture was followed by a Christmas Tea of mince pies and cake, with a glass of wine and/or tea.
Thanks to Jeanette Hatcher for the photographs.

HDFAS Christmas Tea

 

14th NOVEMBER OUTING TO LONDON:
PRE-RAPHAELITES: VICTORIAN AVANT-GARDE at TATE BRITAIN
with pre-exhibition talk by John Iddon

Photographs by Anna Hawtree.

HDFAS November outing

NEW MEMBERS COFFEE MORNING: Friday, 2nd November.

Brian Dickinson hosted a coffee morning for new members to meet each other, members of the committee and Mrs Roscelin Rees, HDFAS President.

Chris Lunnon was on hand with her camera.

HDFAS New Members coffee morning

 

HDFAS New Members coffee morning

 

 

HASLEMERE FLOWER CLUB EXHIBITION at Haslemere Hall: 12th–13th October.

Haslemere Flower Club organised an exhibition of flower arrangements in celebration of the many societies that use Haslemere Hall for their meetings. Jan Boylett chose to represent HDFAS and created a beautiful display reflecting the theme of the HDFAS October lecture.
Jan Boylett's flower arrangement
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Flower Arrangment by Jan Boylett. Photographs taken by Jan Boylett (on left) and Penny Davidson (on right).

 

OUTING TO CHENIES MANOR AND MILTON'S COTTAGE: 25th April.

The outing began with a tour of Chenies Manor, after coffee on arrival. Before and after a sandwich lunch, in the tea room, there was time to see St. Michael's Church and the Bedford Chapel and to wander around the gardens, renowned at this time of year for the display of tulips. The visit continued in the afternoon with tours of Milton's Cottage and the Parish Church of Chalfont St. Giles.

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Chenies Manor and Milton's Cottage outing
From left to right: Chenies Manor; tulips in the gardens; Milton's Cottage; Parish Church of Chalfont St. Giles

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