We have heard from the Windmill that they will be carrying out some refurbishment work over the next two months and will not be able to host our Balham Circle meetings. We have therefore chosen to relocate for two months to a very interesting venue not far away on Wandsworth Common. Le Gothique are offering us a two course meal at £22 and the use of their mezzanine floor to hold the meeting. Continue reading
Brother Charles held his President’s Sunday on September 2. It was a glorious early September day, with sunshine and blue skies. Starting with Mass at the Holy Ghost Church, we then walked the short distance to the Marriott household where we had a most enjoyable lunch. Continue reading
Pictured here in the Garden of Southside house, the rather ‘exclusive’ group of Brothers and wives who turned out on Saturday, June 30, to visit the not well known Southside House in Wimbledon Village. After an enjoyable lunch at the Cooked Billet, we ventured across the road to this hidden family home, which is now held in a family trust for a number of occupants and to allow conservation and access to the public. Continue reading
Composite picture of Meeting as it closed
On Monday January 15, Balham Brothers celebrated their Circle’s 100th meeting at the Kairos Centre in Roehampton in the presence of Bishop Paul Hendricks.
Bishop Paul Hendricks celebrating Mass before the Circle meeting [credit AMR]
Andrien chats over dinner with another recent recruit to Balham Circle Tristan Sullivan-Vaughan.
At our Circle Meeting on November 27, Balham Brothers were delighted to witness the enrolment of Brother Andrien Meyers Rodrigues to our circle. Continue reading
The happy band of Balham Brothers and their wives, having just emerged from HMP Brixton
On October 30 Balham Circle visited the Clink at HMP Brixton. All agreed that the lunch we had there provided a most enjoyable occasion and the food could only be described as superb.
The delay to the reporting Brother Charles President’s Sunday on August 6, 2017 due to the summer silly season should not undermine the memories of the day.