Please bring a wrapped decoration (worth up to £10) to play a swapping game, along with a favorite dish to share at Tracey Meyer's lovely home.
Carpooling is highly recommended!
October is such a gorgeous month. The trees in and around Berkshire Surrey are changing and the colours are simply stunning. The gardens at Great Fosters continue to delight as spring flowers starting preparing for their winter slumber.
AWBS General Meetings are when the Club is invited to gather on a monthly basis, to hear from the President and Board Members, to sign up to activities and tours, catch up socially with others and to be entertained by our Guest Speakers.
After months of planning, and several sleepless nights, we arrived at the morning of the first meeting of the year.
To say the Board was excited and nervous doesn't begin to describe the emotions but we all slowly calmed down and got on with our jobs as members started to arrive at Great Fosters Hotel.
Bring a favorite dish and join us for a casual lunch.
Bring a dish to share in a friendly and casual environment.
Ladies, welcome to a sneak peak of the 2017/17 AWBS Club year.
To all our returning members we can't wait to see you at the September General Meeting on Monday, September 4th at Great Fosters. Doors open at 9:00 am.
We trust you had a fun-filled and restful summer.
Now that school’s back (the international ones at least), we are all looking forward to catching up with each other at the General Meeting and getting the 2017/18 Club year started!
New to AWBS? Unable to join our September Coffee? Join us October 4th! Just RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org You will have the opportunity to meet other new members, learn about all the AWBS has to offer, and how best to take advantage of your time here.
Please join us for coffee, tea, or light refreshments. You will have an opportunity to meet other new members, as well as many current active members of the AWBS. Our goal is to inform you on how to make the most out of your membership with the AWBS and your time here in the UK.
May is an odd month in the life of expats, as it’s often the time we learn friends are moving on or repatriating, while others are ‘still waiting to hear’. It’s also heading into the final stretch of the school year, with kids doing exams after crazy busy months of university applications. There’s graduations, end of year concerts, transitions on PTO Boards - it’s very busy! There’s summer holiday and/or staycation planning to be finalised, and the never ending prayers for ‘good weather’ in the UK.