A varied and interesting programme is planned for JACS for the summer.

The next few months events are as follows:

 Why not join us for one of these events? Contact Gay Moss to let her know you will be coming. Our programme for the next three months is:

  • 5 July Barry Davis ‘With a Jewish Flavour….’ The characteristics of Yiddish and its origin in Eastern and Central Europe.
  • 12 July Pam Goodall A Talk About Talks! How it all started.
  • 19 July Film Denial The 2017 film, with Rachel Weisz, featuring the trial on the libel charge brought by David Irving against American historian Deborah Lipstadt. Timothy Spall plays David Irving. (We meet today at 1.30pm)
  • 26 July Rupert Matthews Four Medieval Women Recalling the lives of four extraordinary women from the Middle Ages.
  • 2 August Anne Davison The Magnificence of the Mughals of India They ruled the country for almost 300 years between the 16th and 19th centuries.
  • 9 August Terry Johnson 10 Rillington Place The address in Notting Hill (that no longer exists) that will always be associated with horrific murderer John Reginald Christie.
  • 16 August Dr Richard Barnett Good Health! Richard pays his annual visit to update us on medical matters in Surrey and nationally.
  • 23 August Outing Denbies Wine Estate, Dorking A tour of the vineyard followed by afternoon tea. (We meet at Denbies at 2.45pm)
  • 30 August Film Jerry Springer from the BBC series ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’
  • 6 September Tony Willis The Paralympians Athletes with a range of disabilities who compete in the Paralympic Games.
  • 13 September Lunch Meeting Our usual delicious lunch will be followed by a games afternoon. (We meet for lunch at 1.00pm)
  • 20 & 27 September Closed for the High Holydays

If you would like to come to JACS but have a transport problem then we may be able to assist you. Do contact Gay Moss regarding free car lifts from certain areas.

JACS meet each Wednesday, except on Yom Tovim or when we have an outing. Meetings are followed by tea, cakes (and a chat!). Why not come along for an event that interests you? Each meeting £3.