Whats On 2020

The Marist School, Kings Road, Sunninghill, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7PS.  Please email admissions@themarist.com or call 01344 624291.  CLICK HERE 

NEXT Live Senior Virtual Event: Friday 29th January 2021 at 11am. Please sign in by CLICKING HERE 

T: 01344 624291   E: admissions@themarist.com   W: www.themarist.com 


We meet on the morning of the first Tuesday of the month to enjoy a lecture on one of a thousand subjects within the Arts.  Actual face to face lectures are being replaced with live Zoom Webinar meetings until further notice.    It’s all there on the website – www.theartssocietyascot.org.uk  - plus anything else you’d like to know about our group.  We’d love you to join us.  Or try a free taster visit to the next lecture meeting?  Please talk to our membership secretary Alice, at alicedelima@yahoo.com   or  ‘contact us’ through the above website. 

Next Lecture Meeting | Tuesday 02 February 2021 | English furniture of the Georgian Age: 1715-1800    Ms Barbara Peacock MA FRSA 

Read more: English Furniture of the Georgian Age | The Arts Society Ascot | February 2nd



There will be an opportunity to join  a Virtual Open day at 10am Saturday 6th February.

The Zoom event will open with a live Welcome from the LVS Ascot Principal Christine Cunniffe and you will then have the opportunity to visit each of the individual academic departments across the school from Reception right the way through to the Sixth Form. Admissions will also be available to answer any questions about the admissions process.

There will also be a virtual tour of our school and the opportunity to book a tailored tour specific to the school year you are interested in and the year of entry for a later date.


The LVS Ascot - Independent, Day & Boarding, Infant, Junior & Senior Schools & Sixth Form, London Road Ascot.

Virtual Open Days  During Covid Crisis





 CLICK on this link for details 

The Arts Society Englemere are now utilising ZOOM technology to encourage us all to have some fun and enjoyment ! Guests are welcome to join any event or lecture online. After the Lecture there is an opportunity to put questions to the lecturer. Participation in your first lecture is “free”. A small charge (£5) will be made for subsequent events.

To register your interest please go to our website tas-englemere.org.uk click on “contact us” and email info@tas-englemere and you will receive the link.

The February lecture is –   Packing up the Nation |  Lecturer - Caroline Shenton | Tuesday 9th February 2021 |  7.30 for 7.45 p.m.

This is the gripping and sometimes hilarious story of how a band of heroic curators and eccentric custodians saved Britain’s national heritage during our Darkest Hour.  As Hitler’s forces gathered on the other side of the Channel to threaten these islands, men and women from London’s national museums, galleries and archives forged extraordinary plans to evacuate their collections to safety.  Dr Caroline Shenton will tell us how a dedicated team of unlikely heroes packed up their greatest treasures in a race against time during the sweltering summer of 1939, dispatching them throughout the country.

 Caroline is an archivist and historian.  She was formerly Director of the Parliamentary Archives in London, and before that was a senior archivist at the National Archives.  Her book The Day Parliament Burned Down won the Political Book of the Year Award in 2013 and Mary Beard called it ‘microhistory at its absolute best’.  She was Political Writer in Residence at Gladstone’s Library in 2017, has appeared at the Cheltenham, Hay and Henley literary festivals and on BBC radio and TV.  

Read more: The Arts Society Englemere | Online | February 9th 2021



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Sebastian's Action Trust will hold a fundraising lunch at Coworth Park Hotel, Blacknest Road, Ascot, on February 17th 2021