RNIB Memory Gathering Tea Party


With our Memory Gathering Tea Party at Bedminster’s Action for Blind People / RNIB only days, away here’s the Tea Party menu of events to get your taste buds tingling :

  • Arrivals, tea and cakes: with thanks to Eddie’s coffee lounge for the delicious chocolate gateaux!
  • Welcome and introduction – Rachel Aspinwall, PECo theatre director, Heather Banks, Action for Blind People / RNIB outreach officer
  • Mini talk – History: The Bristol Royal Society for the Blind – Alan Brown,long term client, Colin Griffin and Memories of B’minster, Carole Bennett, retired volunteer and staff member at RNIB,
  • Memory Gathering.
  • Film – Architecture: Designing the centre at Stillhouse lane – John Fjeld, architect
  • Artist activity: Film artist Tom Newell introduces and showcases his work.
  • Memory Gathering
  • Mini talk – Personal Story: Peter Warren, centre user tells his own story
  • Memory Gathering
  • Artist Activity: Theatre writer and maker Steph Kempson introduces her work plus live reading of Invisible Palace, her piece inspired by 10 Stillhouse lane.
  • Thank you’s and close.

To find out more or let us know you are coming along contact: rachel@partexchangeco.org.uk