TIS Events 

 

ISLEWORH SOCIETY EVENTS

 

SOCIAL EVENING

TUESDAY 20th MARCH

Isleworth Public Hall, South Street, 7.30 p.m.

To include a talk by Mark Ormiston, long standing TIS supporter, Managing Director of Ormiston Wire (1793-2018 225 years as a family run business).  Mark also takes a great interest in environmental issues and the history and conservation of the River Thames. Aptly there will also be a presentation plus chance for question and answers by LBofH’s Conservation Officers, Sean Doran and Sophia Laird.

Members free                                                           Guests £3.00                                               Refreshments/Raffle

 

ADVANCE NOTICE

Further details to following in the April newsletter

TIS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

WEDNESDAY 2ND MAY  

Isleworth Public Hall, South Street 7.30 p.m.

New members of the committee welcome, if you wish to volunteer or nominate someone, please contact Susan Casey, Tel. 020 8847 0157

 

Tis SUMMER SOCIAL – joint with Friends of Spring Grove House

FRIDAY 27TH JULY

           Music Room, Spring Grove House   6.30 – 8.30 p.m.

Situated within the West Thames College Campus, London Road, Isleworth (entry via Harvard Road). Plenty of parking.

 

EVENTS OF INTEREST

ISLEWORTH AND BRENTFORD AREA FORUM

            WEDNESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY

            Isleworth Public Hall, South Street  : 7.30 p.m.

Attended by Brentford, Syon, Isleworth and Osterley & Spring Grove Ward Councillors.   Agenda published on Hounslow website (www.hounslow.gov.uk) five days in advance.  The forum monitors and reviews services provided by the Council.  There is an opportunity for members of the public to raise issues of concern in the Open Forum session.

 

BRENTFORD SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

            THURSDAY 8TH AND FRIDAY 9TH FEBRUARY

5 Boston Manor Road, Brentford, TW8 OPG

Hairspray – a musical that revolves around a dance loving teenager set in 1960s Baltimore.  Tickets £4.00 via Kirsty Marsh, Head of Drama by email :  kmarsh@brentford.hounslow.sch.uk

           

STOPGAP THEATRE GROUP

            WEDNESDAY 14TH- FRIDAY 16TH FEBRUARY

            Isleworth Public Hall, South Street  : 7.45 p.m.

Glorious a play by Peter Quilter based on the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the worst singer in the world - a legendary heiress who wanted to be an operatic diva.  It starts in 1940s Baltimore.

Tickets £10.00. Tel. 020 8995 9725 email : stopgaptheatre@aol.com

 

ISLEWORTH LIBRARY

            THIRD THURSDAY EACH MONTH

            Twickenham Road, Isleworth, TW7 7EU   6.30 – 8.30 p.m.

Reading Group. Just turn up.  Library  Tel. 020 8583 5559

OSTERLEY & WYKE GREEN RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION

            TUESDAY 27TH FEBRUARY 2018 7.30 – 9.15

            Isleworth & Syon School for Boys, Ridgeway Rd, TW7 5LJ

Theme : Crisis in the NHS?  An update on local health services including a question and answer session with Hounslow Clinical Commissioning Group (who commission GP services) and West Middlesex Hospital representatives.