The Rambling and Social Club has been a mainstay of social life at Crown Court for more than 100 years. It meets once or twice a month, with a programme that differs depending on the time of year.
During the summer the Club organises rambles in a variety of places, both rural and urban, all round inner and outer London. You don’t need fitness training to participate – the pace is easy and companionship and enjoyment are what count. From time to time there are also visits to places of interest, theatre outings and other such activities.
In the winter there are Saturday evening socials in the Church Hall, beginning with tea at 6.30 pm. These evenings usually have a special theme and offer plenty of opportunity for Scottish country dancing. A particular highlight of the Club’s year is the Burns Supper in the second half of January, a slightly more formal affair when we have the opportunity to put on our glad-rags in celebration of Scotland’s national poet.
Rambling and Social Club activities will be advertised here under What’s On. All are welcome to attend.