OUR FORTHCOMING MEETINGS

From September 2021 we are planning to meet together again at live face-to-face (or should it be mask-to-mask) meetings with real breakfasts to eat and real visiting speakers to listen to!

We intend to follow recommended practice for Covid safety, as well as any requests made by our venue hosts.  See below for details of meetings in the next few months (more to be added soon).

Breakfast costs £10 (Full English) or £8 (Continental)

Please book by contacting Jonathan Fawdry.

(You can use our Contact Page.)

Saturday, September 25th, The Errington Coffee House

ALEX McILHINNEY
GIVING  TO CAESAR, AND TO GOD

Brought up in the west of Scotland, Alex studied history at university. Switching later to law, he became an adviser in corporate and international taxation having worked first in HMRC, where he ended up in the Oil Taxation Division. For the next 25 years, he held posts as Director of Group Taxation for several UK multinational companies.

Alex has been a trustee of many Christian charities, including Eothen Homes, based in the North-East. Most significant has been the J W Laing Trust, with which he has been involved for over 30 years, including time as Vice-Chair and Chair.

To keep in touch with family (2 sons, 6 grandchildren), Alex and his wife Iris try to divide their time (COVID permitting) between Somerset and New Zealand.

We're meeting at 8.15 for 8.30, at The Errington Coffee House, on the A68 north of Corbridge at the B6318 (Military Road) roundabout.  There is parking, but please lift-share if possible as space is limited. Please bring a mask or face-covering: The Errington Arms asks customers to wear this until seated.  

We will finish at about 9.45.

Saturday, October 30th, The Errington Coffee House

CHARLIE BAKER
IT'S BEEN A LOT OF FUN

Charlie is a Southern-speaking Northerner who worked in the Metropolitan Police for 30 years, specialising in vehicle forensics which he now does as a self-employed consultant.

He was turned away from the bad company of his late teens when he was befriended by a police family at his local church, who helped him to find Jesus. His talk includes some humorous anecdotes and some serious stuff of his time in the police, all whilst trying to serve Christ in a very challenging environment.

We're meeting at 8.15 for 8.30, at The Errington Coffee House, on the A68 north of Corbridge at the B6318 (Military Road) roundabout.  There is parking, but please lift-share if possible as space is limited. Please bring a mask or face-covering: The Errington Arms asks customers to wear this until seated.  

We will finish at about 9.45.