Our Tea & Talk has now been going for ten years and to celebrate this milestone we could not have asked for a bigger turnout or more entertainment than we had on Sunday 31st October.
Narrated by Sharon, the story of Fiddler on the Roof was accompanied by music, singing and dancing to an audience of over sixty people, who had to be delicately crammed into the Shul.
Over the years we have enjoyed talks from a variety of people including: the JC writer Peter Moss, the actress Bettine Le Beau, the ex-diplomat Abbie Ben Ari, our own Kol Chai member, Ralph. We have also had discussions about homeopathy and food; the last sixty years of television and radio as well as talks on music and art appreciation.
We have had help in serving and the baking of cakes from many people so a big thank-you to them. We are always happy to welcome new guests to these very informal affairs so, for those of you interested in some light entertainment on a Sunday afternoon followed by a delicious (if I say so myself ) tea, do join us. To find out more please send me an email.