After 19 November the life group meetings will be taking a break until the New Year.
This Monday evening meeting has proved a steady and popular booking and Kate Foster booked a further six weeks from 15 October and ending on 19 November.
As usual, there was a different model each evening.
In order to run the meetings we will need people to commit for 6 weeks and pay £50. If there is room it may be possible to allow a couple of occasional attendees but this is not a given.
15 October Alan A
22 October Karolyne
29 October Francis J C
5 November Charlie (female)
12 November David T
19 November Emma
The group is held at the Maidstone Community Centre, Marsham Street, Maidstone ME14 1HH between 7-9 pm. Tel no. 01622 690369 There is limited parking and there will be tea and coffee.
MAS members will receive priority on a first come, first served basis. If you would like a copy of the terms applicable, please either contact me or ask Kate Foster on the night.
Linda Stymest email@example.com
2 pencil drawings by Maria Simonova - Sept 2018
DIRECTIONS to Maidstone Community Centre:
From Maidstone East Station.
Turn right out of station and walk up the hill (past the taxis). Turn right on to Week Street. Walk approximately for 5 mins down Week Street (Pedestrianised Shopping Area) Look for Subway on the left hand side of the street turn into this street – UNION STREET. Walk up Union Street for about 1 min take the first turning on the right – CHURCH STREET. Walk along Church Street – pass the car park on the left. Follow the road around to the left. Walk past the old Eye Hospital Building (left-side) and you will see The Trinity Foyer (Old Church Building) in front of you with steps leading up the front. Walk past this, stay on the left hand side of the road. You will then proceed into MARSHAM STREET. MCSC is the large red brick building on the right hand side of the road with 3 steps at the front and a ramp for disabled access.
By Road from M20
M20 to Junction 7 - follow the signs for Maidstone Town Centre.
Continue forward onto King Street A20. There are 2 parking options on King Street. Left is the Chequer’s roof car park entrance and opposite that is the entrance for a single level outside car park. These are short term car parks.
There is no parking for visitors during normal office hours at the Centre.
You can access the Maidstone Borough Council website for up to date information for both long term and short term parking nearby.
Sketches by Jenny Boatwright - Feb 2015
Sketch of Callum by John Rogers - Feb 2015 Sketch of Callum by Julian Smith - Feb 2015