Monthly Archives: December 2009

Fashion in Motion with Erdem

With 2010 fast approaching it’s a good time to catch up with a few events that didn’t make it onto the blog. On Friday December 11th, the V&A hosted its final Fashion in Motion of 2010, with designer Erdem Moragliou.

Posted in CCSF Scholarship Students, Special CWC events

It’s a Saturday Walk in the Park

With 2010 fast approaching it’s a good time to catch up with a few events that didn’t make it onto the blog. Back in October, Lois and John Darley led us on our 2nd autumn ‘Saturday Walk in the Park’

Posted in Country Walks

Tea at the Lanesborough Hotel

With 2010 fast approaching it’s a good time to catch up with a few events that didn’t make it onto the blog. This year our traditional CWC Anniversary Tea was held on November 25th at the glamorous Apsleys Conservatory at

Posted in Annual Events

Culinary Corner Catch-up

With 2010 fast approaching it’s a good time to catch up with a few events that didn’t make it onto the blog. In October, Anne Van Gieson (third from right) hosted another one of her very popular culinary corners. With

Posted in Culinary Corner

Christmas Hospitality 2009

On Wednesday last week we enjoyed our annual Christmas lunch, played a spirited and seasonal game that challenged our wits, and sang a rousing chorus of carols! Hosted at the home of our vice-president, Patty Bell, we ooohed and aaaahed

Posted in Annual Events, Hospitality Mornings

Catch-up

Our Evening Book Group always welcomes new members!

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Best Winter Day in the UK – Contest Results!

CWC members were asked to submit memories or ideas of a great day in or out of the cold. We asked Delaina Stone, Editor of Expatriate Living magazine, to be our impartial judge of the original stories. Although difficult to

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Family Carol Service

For more than 30 years, the Canadian Women’s Club has hosted a Christmas Carol Service – our annual gift to the Canadian community in London. This year, on Friday 4th December, more than 120 Canadians – of all ages –

Posted in Annual Events, Canadians in London