Our secretary has recently emailed members our proposed events for 2022. He writes: “An outline of possible future events was presented at the 2021 AGM held at Issigeac in September. Most of those had been repeatedly kicked down the road since 2019, courtesy of Covid. It is accordingly a pleasure to announce that we hope this year to stage some of them.”
Here is a brief summary (events are always followed by lunch):
Thursday 14 April, 12:00. Robert Taylor. Professor of Condensed Matter Physics at Queen’s College, will give a short pre-lunch talk entitled ‘Not All Wines Are French’ at the Restaurant l’Atelier, 24560 Issigeac. Subscriptions close on 23rd March.
Late June: Visit to Château Malromé (33490 St-André-des-Bois), home of Toulouse-Lautrec’s mother and the last home of Toulouse-Lautrec himself. He died there and is buried in the local churchyard..
Thursday 18 August, 10:30: Morning tour of the biodynamic Château Feely (24240 Saussignac).
Mid-September: AGM in the Gaillac area (81).
Members are requested to pay their subscriptions at their earliest convenience.