New interest group for early retirees 60+
Time on your hands?
Want to meet new people and old friends and be more socially active?
Woodside Sparks is a new Social group for over 60's and new retirees – Singles and Couples - who wish to use some of their free time to socialise around local and wider events.
Reveley Lodge, Bushey
Thursday 6 February 2020
Built in 1842 as a gentleman’s country cottage. The house and its owners have an interesting history and the rooms are beautifully preserved. Tours £6
Leaving Woodside Park Synagogue by car at 2 pm
For further information please email WoodsideSparks@gmail.com
22 March 2020
Built between 1756-1766 for John, first Earl Spencer, an ancestor of Diana Princess of Wales Spencer House is London’s finest surviving 18th Century town house.- Concession tickets £12.50 - Timed slot of 2.30 pm – Please book your own ticket online at www.spencerhouse.co.uk
Leaving Woodside Park Underground Station at 1.15 pm
Sunday 31 May 2020
Jewish Hollywood is a revue crammed full of songs that explore the reality as well as the glitz. A century of Jewish cinema in one show. The Jews of Hollywood invented the ‘American Dream’. They came from shtetls but ended up in Beverley Hills mansions. They sold the world a Technicolour fantasy version of American life.
We have a limited number of tickets for the matinee at 3.30 pm at the Radlett Centre - £22
Book early to avoid disappointment
Previous outings have been to see the:
Museum of Brands
Swing That Music
Poppy Factory Richmond
Mary Quant Exhibition at the V&A
Chagall Windows Tudley and visit to the market town Tonbridge Kent
Henry Moore Studio and Gardens
April in Paris
Piccadilly Dance Orchestra
The Royal Hospital Chelsea
Tour of the Royal Albert Hall
Trip to Hastings
Bayford Musical Gardens Day
Jordans Mill on the Banks of the River Ivel, Biggleswade
Ben Uri Gallery: A Farewell to Art: Chagall, Shakespeare and Prospero
Lavender Fields, Hertfordshire
Hatfield House & Gardens
The Wallace Collection
We have also seen the shows "American in Paris" and "42nd Street" and held a Jazz Afternoon Tea.