Cliveden Manor Events Diary – Summer Through Winter

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Cliveden Manor Events Diary – Summer Through Winter

JOIN US AND OUR TEAM AT CLIVEDEN MANOR FOR SOME EXCITING EVENTS THROUGHOUT THIS SUMMER AND WINTER

WHY NOT BRING A FRIEND – EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

PLEASE CALL TO BOOK YOUR PLACE AT ANY OF OUR EVENTS, AS SPACES ARE LIMITED

 

FREE SEMINAR:

Our Acclaimed Professionals can inform and help you with everything about moving into residential care

Wednesday 18th July, 6-7.30 pm

MEIRION SHAW – THE HOMEMOVER SPECIALIST

Meirion has a wealth of experience helping people moving into residential care, from organising personal belongings to supporting the selling of the property. ‘We are dedicated to alleviating the stress of moving, Our ethos is to support our clients with the highest level of honesty and integrity’.

JULIE TOMPKINS, GORDONS SOLICITORS, MARLOW

A member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), Julie will be discussing the importance of Lasting Power of Attorney.

NICK TRUSS – INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL ADVISOR

As an accredited member of SOLLA, Nicl will talk about the options for funding residential care, the implications of the Care Act, what financial help is available and setting aside funds for inheritance in a tax-efficient way.

All our speakers will be on hand to answer your questions or to arrange a personal appointment with them, if you prefer.

 

DON’T MISS THIS…

 

NUFFIELD PLACE – A TALK BY TONY BOFFIN

Tuesday 31st July, 3-4 pm

Known as ‘the home of one of the most remarkable men of the 20th century’, Nuffield Place was home to Lord Nuffield & his wife, founder of the Morris Motor Company. Their home and personal possessions are just as they left them; the decor and furnishings intact.

ROD MACKENZIE – DREAM ANALYST

Thursday 30th August, 3-4pm

Rod lectures and writes on the subject of dreams, a fascinating subject that affects us all. He will be explaining how he analyses dreams and what our own dreams may signify.

WHEN THE BELLS GO DOWN

Thursday 13th Sept. 3-4 pm

Mark Green joined the Fire & Rescue Service in 1978 and spent the next 32 years attending a wide range of incidents, including the Great Fire at Windsor Castle. Mark reflects on his career with his entertaining talk of what the fire fighters have to face ‘when the bells go down’!

TIM VALENTINE – AFTERNOON ‘TEA AT THE RITZ’

Thursday 18th October, 3-5 pm

Tim is an international pianist, who has entertained everywhere, from the oceans of the world to the local streets. He regularly plays at The Mill, Sonning. Relax to Tim’s music while enjoying a true English afternoon tea.

GHOST STORIES – A TALK BY BILL SPECTRE

Thursday 1st November, 3-4 pm

Join Bill for a ghostly afternoon of fear and fun! With a career spanning stage and TV, Bill will be surprising us all with stories, including tales from his Oxfordshire ghost tours, illustrated with props, illusions and a liberal sprinkling of fun!

 

OTHER GREAT EVENTS…

 

DICK SMITH – ‘MY GRANDFATHER’S PART IN THE KAISER’S DOWNFALL’

Tuesday 6th November, 3-4 pm

Larger than life, Beaconsfield Town Crier Dick Smith returns to entertain us, this time with a potted family history!

SAX & SWING

Thursday 6th December, 3-4 pm

Chris Hooker plays music from the 1920’s to the 1950’s on both clarinet and sax. Its memorable and melodic tunes are ones we can all tap our feet to

LILY LAWRENCE – DANCING IN A WINTER WONDERLAND

Wednesday 12th December, 3.30-4.30 pm

Lily’s show will take the audience on a tour of the very best Christmas music from the past 125 years, commemorating the anniversary of The Nutcracker Ballet and remembering just how magical dancing at Christmas can be.

 

 

 

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