OWLS (older, wiser, livelier seniors) is a club for anyone aged 60 and over. We meet on a monthly basis for a social time together, either in the church hall or out and about in the locality. As well as a cuppa and the chance of a chat, we have a varied programme of guest speakers/entertainers and trips out. Events in the hall normally run from 3pm to around 4.30pm

Transport can be provided for events away from church premises – or, indeed, if you need help to get to the church hall.

All 60+ers are welcome, whether connected to the church or not. If you are on your own, come and make some new friends.
Upcoming OWLS events:
  • Monday 3rd April at 3pm: Are honey bees wiser than OWLS? All – and probably more than – you ever wanted to know about bees, beekeeping and honey. An informal illustrated talk by David Rea of Sidcup Beekeepers, with special emphasis on sex, matricide and the awful power of unregulated females. Questions and discussion positively welcome.
  • Monday 8th May at 3pm: On top of the world Ms Diane Norton spent 11 years in Nepal as a nurse–missionary, engaged in medical work and the training of Nepalese nurses. She comes to tell us about some of the challenges she faced when living in a very different culture from our own.