1. Nicky and Penny Jones will be hosting another informal repertoire evening at their house in Catford at 7.30pm. As well as a very convivial atmosphere and wonderful nibbles, there is also a 4 manual digital organ. This a chance to socialise with and talk about (and play,if you wish) your latest musical discoveries. Attendance is limited so, if you wish to attend, please contact Andrew Chadney or Nicky.
2. An organ has come up for sale. The organ (Johannes Opus 20) is available for viewing in West Wickham and is being sold due to downsizing. If interested please contact Jonathan Sawyer-Stone via the Contact page and I will forward your message to him – Martin (Web Editor). there is more information on the Announcement. This is now on sale on ebay with the following link
6. The education initiative, led by Ashley Valentine has attracted a lot of interest and the five successful candidates have been announced. The presentation of the successful candidates is to be at St George’s Cathedral on Wednesday the 9th October at 4.30. Norman will demonstrate the organ and the award winners may choose to play it also. Members are invited to attend in support of our youngsters. Click here to find out the names of the successful applicants.
St George’s Cathedral is situated at the junction between St George’s Road and Lambeth Road SE1, diametrically opposite the Imperial War Museum. The entrance is in Lambeth Road, at the obtuse angle of the red triangle on the map.
There are plentiful public transport routes: Lambeth North is the nearest tube; also Elephant and Castle ( tube and national rail). Bus routes 12 3 360 468 63 68 (and many more) serve Elephant & Castle, Imperial War Museum or St George’s Circus (the junction between Westminster Bridge Road, Waterloo Road, Blackfriars Road and London Road). Please note that the entrance to the cathedral is in Lambeth Road. Here are more details: