The FOKL Coffee Talk on 5th January has been postponed until April
As Robert Burns put it, The best laid schemes o’ Mice an’ Men gang aft agley.
With regret FOKL have decided to postpone the talk by Julie Anderson which was to have taken place on 5th January. This is because of concerns about possible health and safety issues for both the speaker, who will be travelling from London to give the talk, and for all attendees. It is also unclear at this time as to whether new Covid restrictions may be introduced in the new year.
This talk is now expected to take place on Wednesday 6th April in the large Main Hall at Kennington Village Centre. We will start slightly later, meeting at 11am for coffee, with the talk commencing at 11.30am. More details will be provided in the usual ways closer to the date.
I’m sorry about the postponement of what what I am sure is going to be a very interesting talk, but to look on the bright side it gives you a chance to read Julie Anderson’s books, Plague and Oracle, both of which are available from Kennington Library.
If any of you are aware of anyone who might be intending to attend the talk, but who does not receive these emails, could you pass the message on to them please?
Currently the talk by Merryn Williams on her book Mansfield Park revisited, is still expected to go ahead as scheduled on 2nd February at 10.30am. The library is expected to open as planned on Wednesday 5th January at 10am.
Books are available at each talk and signed on request!