Saturday 11th May sold out, so we have a new June date for you with the same popular format as before.

How’s your local history? Just over 100 years ago, a London MP, John Burns, described the Thames as “Liquid History”. Come and enjoy an interactive evening with Malcolm Eady, over a delicious 2-course supper, as he uses the Thames as a Golden Thread to delve into our recent history via the many collections of historic photographs, drawings and paintings.


Saturday 22 June: 7-10.30pm at St Mary’s Parish Hall, Langham Rd, Teddington. TW11 9JR 

Book your tickets now: £20 per person for a 2-course supper, interactive talk and a welcome drink by following this link, using the QR code, calling the parish office on 020 8943 2262, or signing-up at the back of Church.



The photo to the left shows Teddington Wharf before the footbridge, with The Angler’s Hotel in the background. At the time Teddington was famed for its fishing, and the yards were full of boats for hire as the new railway brought crowds of day trippers from London. But what’s the connection between an exiled European King, a local golf course and a train station?

Come along on June 22nd for this fascinating journey thorough the recent past of this area and hear the answer.