One of the many good things about the Worcester Park Life is its news about upcoming stuff, otherwise it'd be possible to miss things like this:
There will be another chance to see the ‘400 years of Worcester Park’ exhibition, originally produced for the anniversary in 2006, at the Heritage Open Day in St Mary’s Church, at the top of The Avenue, on Saturday 13 September, 11am-5pm. There will also be new displays about Cuddington and Worcester Park in the 1950s, including a look at the story of the Operatic Section of the Cuddington Players, formed in 1958. All are welcome, and light refreshments will be available in the hall adjoining the church.
For those new to the blog the historical information's been compiled by the incomparable David Rymill, archivist and maven of Worcester Park history. He will be there and his book will be available for purchase and I'd highly recommend it:
Worcester Park and Cuddington: A Walk through the Centuries, produced by David Rymill in 2000, is still available at £8.95 plus £1 p&p if required. For further details, phone 020 8330 6563. The 170-page book combines memories of life in Worcester Park from the 1910s
onwards with documentary evidence, and includes over 75 illustrations.