The Bray Society


The Bray Society was founded in 1983 to provide a forum for talks and discussion on a wide range of artistic, cultural, historical and topical subjects. Speakers are mainly experts in their field, and the aim is to maintain a high standard.

Although the Society is closely associated with Bray, membership is not restricted to residents of Bray, and all are welcome.

The Bray Society is open to everyone, and organizes monthly talks from October to April, usually on the first Tuesday evening. There is an AGM plus buffet supper in May. We aim to offer a wide range of interesting subjects from expert speakers.

Doors open shortly after 7:30pm. The talk starts at 8pm and lasts for about an hour, after which a short time is allowed for questions. The evening ends with coffee/tea and biscuits.

For more details, including our current programme of http://www.braysociety.org.uk talks, please see our website.

Website: http://www.braysociety.org.uk

Regular Meetings:
First Tuesday evening each month from October to May at 8pm

At: Bray Village Hall

Annual Subscription: £18 single, £28 double

Membership Year: October to May

New Members Contact: Bob Trant

Phone: 01628 626 300

e-mail: robert@trant.org.uk
 

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