Redbridge clubs news: Healthy eating, folk music and a heroic nurse
PUBLISHED: 12:00 28 February 2015
The latest news from Redbridge’s clubs and societies.
St Margaret 3rd Cub and Beaver Scouts
Scouts learned about healthy eating and making bread at a supermarket.
The children took part in a Farm to Fork workshop at Tesco in Cranbrook Road, Barkingside, and learned about fruit, before sampling some healthy snacks.
Jessica Langham, the Tesco workshop’s organiser, showed the scouts how bread is baked and stored at the supermarket, before the scouts tried some smoky barbecue bread.
Zak Martin, 14, a scouts young leader, said: “I definitely enjoyed the evening and learning about where food comes from – it was a good insight into how Tesco manages its food.”
The group, which is based at St Margaret’s Church in Balfour Road, Ilford, is calling on young people and adults to have fun, learn skills and run programmes with the group.
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Green Fair Music Club
The club is inviting music lovers to join in a night of folk and fun.
Storm in a Teacup, who play traditional folk, and duo Micky Brown & Richie Barrett, are due to captivate audiences tomorrow (Fri).
The Acoustic Zone event takes place at 7.45pm at the RAFA Club in Cranbrook Road, Ilford.
Organiser Stephen Collins said: “You’re in for a treat if you come along. Bring your friends for a sociable night out with good company and fine music in a friendly and intimate atmosphere.”
Call 07917 050490 for more information about the event.
Ilford Historical Society
The society’s chairman is to give a talk on a nurse who saved lives on all sides during the First World War.
Jef Page will be leading the celebrations for International Women’s Day as he explores the life of Edith Cavell, who treated soldiers fighting in Brussels, Belgium.
The talk is set to take place at Wanstead Library in Spratt Hall Road, Wanstead, between 2pm and 3pm on Saturday.
Tickets cost £3. Call 020 8708 7400 to book.
West Essex Archaeological Group
Roman Southwark is the subject of a talk to be held at the group’s annual meeting.
Harvey Sheldon, of Birbeck University, will be leading the talk at the meeting on Monday.
It is being held at the Sixth Form Block in Woodford County High
School, High Road, Woodford
Green. The group, which was formed in 1958 by Dr Ernest Rudge and a group of amateur archaeologists, is holding the meeting at 7.30pm.
Visit weag.org.uk to get involved.
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