We’re always grateful for volunteers who turn out to weed and compost with us. We’ll meet at 8.30am in Swan Street to work on the three small gardens outside Gloucester Court, after which we’ll move off to Trinity Church Square. We’ll then finish round about 1pm in Merrick Square with a few beverages to fortify those who stay the course. If you’d like to come just let us know on firstname.lastname@example.org - or else just turn up on the day.
On Thursday 22 July there’ll be an opportunity for new and intending members and others to socialise with neighbours and meet the TNRA Committee. Join us inside and under the porch of Henry Wood Hall in Trinity Church Square for refreshments and nibbles between 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
Our first sale since 2019 will take place on Saturday 21 August from 10am to 3pm under the porch and on the steps of Henry Wood Hall. After such a long break we’ve built up a veritable treasure trove of items for you to browse and buy, including trinkets, jewellery, tools, cooking utensils, crockery, pottery, toys, bric-a-brac and a host of other goodies including transistor radios and an air-cooling unit for use on hot summer nights (but NO BOOKS) ... Entry is free, with all proceeds going towards our operating costs.
TNRA is organising a quiz upstairs in The Roebuck on Monday 20 September. Participants should come at 7.45pm to register (teams of up to six people allowed) at a cost of £1. The quiz will start at 8pm with a prize for the winning team of a bottle of champagne. Drinks and food will be available from the upstairs bar throughout.
We will be celebrating the start of the Christmas season on Thursday 2 December from 7.30pm to 9pm at the Old Rectory in Merrick Square, with drinks, canapés and a Christmas Message from the rector, the Rev William Taylor. The event is open to TNRA members only. No reservations or bookings are required. Just turn up!