Astons' Social


Astons Social 

ASK is a new activity group for the Astons, open to all, which proposes to provide a varied programme of talks, visits and activities. Everyone is welcome to join us - either by annual subscription or just by coming along to whichever sessions you like the look of.

Members Free.   Visitors £5. 

We aim to have a mix of afternoon and evening meetings to maximise convenience for everyone,

Do please come along to any of our meetings, held at the Astons Village Hall. 

Occasional attendance is more than welcome - or if you fancy joining us for one of our trips just let us know.  

OUR NEXT MEETING: 

Christmas Lunch at The Fat Frog. Wednesday December 12th. 12.30pm.

ASK 2018 programme of meetings:

January 16:  Open afternoon

February 13:  The Invigilator who Set Fire to his Trousers: tales from the exam hall, with Anne Borrowdale

March 13:  Tea, coffee and chocolate – when and why they came to England, with Melanie King

April 25 (8pm):  A taste for gin – a short history and a lengthy tasting, with  William Betts

May 8 (2.30pm):  Laughing yoga, with Caroline Edwards

June 12 (2.30pm):  How I cast away 120 people: the Oxford castaways project, with Sylvia Vetta

July 10 (2.30pm):  The history of nursery rhymes, with Barbara Hately 

September 11 (2.30pm): Appreciating the history of our coinage, by Graham Kirby

October 15 (2.30pm):  Pointless Quiz

November 13 (2.30pm):  Pyrography – the craft of wood turning and decoration, with Bert Butterfield

December (8pm. date tbc) :  Social meeting