Art, Literature, Walking, Mah-jong and Wine!

There is so much choice!  This September  BEWI members have been involved with a visit to Russell-Coates; discussing Hazel Prior’s “September Away with the Penguins”; walking through our glorious countryside; socialising over a game of Mah-jong and tasting memorable rosé wines.

Reviewers said the book was “Gorgeous.  Unflinching, stubborn, funny and moving, Veronica is an unlikely heroine who will sneak in and capture your heart”.  At the Wine Club something else “gorgeous” was Whispering Angel, arguably the best Rosé in the World from Chateau d’Esclans, it’s definitely a very special wine.  History Group 2 enjoyed Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum which was founded by Sir Merton and Lady Russell-Cotes and is a rare survivor as the residence of a Victorian private collector, it’s full of gorgeous items.

Our walkers had a perfect day to meander through the fields and lanes to Hengistbury Head and back to Tuckton Tea Rooms.  And if you don’t want to be outside, remember Rosemary and friends are happy to teach you to play Mah-jong.  There is so much choice!