SCLT Public Presentation Team Visit Chepstow Civic Society
Wednesday 19th July 2017 has seen SCLT volunteer Ash Jones, giving a senior enrichment presentation on the British Honours System to the monthly meeting of the Chepstow Civic Society, which meets in the historic and well appointed Drill Hall of the Welsh border town every month, which also hosts regular cinema evenings and live entertainment events.
The Chepstow Civic Society were formed in 1948, to explore and promote the remarkable history of the town, and to keep an eye on developments in the locality. The Society has published many books and pamphlets, and was instrumental in placing the pavement and wall plaques around the town.
It meets every month in the Drill Hall in Chepstow, to hear a talk of local interest, and to hear about developments in the town, and also organise tours and excursions for members
At the conclusion of the evening, Ash commented, “It has been a genuine pleasure to share our popular enrichment presentation on the British Honours System with the very knowledgeable audience of the Chepstow Civic Society. I have also discussed the dangers of senior financial harm crime with the ladies and gentlemen and everyone has received a copy of our award-winning Senior Siren magazine”
SCLT volunteer, Ash Jones (right) visits Chepstow Civic Society