Sat, Mar. 7, 2020 7:00pm
Location: Village Hall
The Mughal Cascade, Night Scented Garden & Astronomical Observatory
Doug Patterson, Architect and artist, will be talking about his involvement in this remarkable development. The project incorporates a Cascade, which forms a staircase rising 70 metres and flanked by scented gardens and a marble pavilion. At the top there is an Astronomical Observatory. The marble was sourced and carved in Northern India and shipped from Bombay to the West Indies. The team that made it all possible included specialist structural and hydraulic engineers, artists and craftsmen from India and construction expertise from the West Indies. The presentation is co-hosted with the Village Hall Management Committee.
Tickets, which are £5 each, should be purchased in advance from:
Sarah Scully 270482 or
Rosemary Lister 270179
Cheese and wine will be served.
All regular meetings of the Society are in the Village Hall and start at 7.30pm on the first Tuesday of each month.
Non-members are always welcome.
Programme Spring 2020
7th April – SARS: Suffolk Accident Rescue Service.
5th May - Chris Parfitt, The Isles of Scilly - An exploration of these lovely islands.
2nd June - John Field, Carl Giles and his adopted town, Ipswich.
9th July - 2pm visit to Suffolk Farmhouse Cheeses and their working dairy.
1st September - Mike Wabe, That Rings a Bell: The history of the Town Crier.
6th October - Jeanne O'Reilly, Tostock's Millenium.
3rd November - Peter Green, History of the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds.
1st December - Pip Fletcher, The Real Sound of Music.
For further information contact the Chair, Anthony Scully.
Tel: (01359) 270482