The Cherry Trees Residents’ Amenities Association held its Annual General Meeting in St Mary Abbots Church Hall on Tuesday 15 November, and some 60 members attended.
Just like last year, the meeting was visited by Kensington’s MP, Victoria Borwick, and by two of our ward councillors, Robert Freeman and Catherine Faulks.
In contrast to the CTRAA summer party on 18 May, which had to be moved indoors because of all the rain, the autumn party in Inverness Garden on 11 September was blessed with constant sunshine and warmth.
The Cherry Trees Residents’ Amenities Association held its Annual General Meeting in St Mary Abbots Church Hall on Tuesday 17 November, and some 65 members attended. The meeting was also visited by Kensington’s new MP, Victoria Borwick, and by two of our ward councillors, Tim Ahern and Catherine Faulks.
On Sunday 20 September 2015, some 100 Cherry Trees members met up in Inverness Gardens for the annual autumn party. It was the perfect autumn day: very sunny, and warm enough for just a blouse or shirt, but at the same time with that special autumn smell and feel in the air. The attendance actually broke last year’s […]
On 16 June, as part of Kensington Society’s series of events in 2015, the 800th anniversary year of the Magna Carta, Graham Seel, who is the author of “King John: An Underrated King” (Anthem Press, 2012), will talk about artist Charles Sims’ 1927 painting of the king at Runnymede: ‘‘King John, Confronted by his Barons’‘. […]