Please find attached the last issue of our newsletter, about our month of November.
Two important things:
- Our new logo launch venue on the 13th Dec at 7pm in no Lg São Mamede, nr7, Lisbon.
- Darte x-mas postcards available in 10 Prio petrol stations in Lisbon and Oporto!
Looking forward to meeting you on the 13th!
Wishing you a good month,
Margarida Seruya Santos
Tlm: (+351) 912734559
A total of twenty-five members and associate members were intrigued by stories of the royals while being led through the beautiful family and state rooms of Ajuda Palace by our wonderful guide IWP member and former docent at the palace, Margot Walker.
Cascais Cultural Center Auditorium was the place to have been on Friday, 25 November, 3:00pm, to see the beautiful presentation by Margarida Ramalho, historian, along with the architect of the project, Luisa Pacheco Marques, of the future Museum Vilar Formosa "Frontier of Peace Memorial of Refugees" devoted to those that crossed Portugal during World War II.
(Posted: 2016-11-29 | Organization: Lisbon Live | Category: Church Services)
Sermon by Rev. Norman Hutchison, Minister at St Andrew’s Church, Lisbon.
(Posted: 2016-11-29 | Organization: Algarve Live | Category: Church Services)
ORDER OF CEREMONY For the REMEMBRANCE SERVICE Held at 1045hrs On 11 NOVEMBER 2016 at CEMITÉRIO DOS INGLESES, ELVAS, PORTUGAL.
Have you ever considered what life in Lisbon was like during the years of World War II? Given Portugal’s neutrality and Salazar’s dictatorship then, the period presents significant intrigue generated by representatives of the two sides in the conflict.
A downpour at 8.30 am on Saturday 5th Nov witnessed an unusually large crowd at the bus shelter by Praça de Touros in Cascais. However, instead of the local Scotturb service, the transport awaited was a private coach destined for an IWP trip to Mafra. Six passengers arrived on board from Lisbon, with a total of thirty-five members, associates and guests departing Cascais by 9 am.
There can't be many people that are not familiar with the public announcements made twice yearly by the Government, on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen, to reveal the names of those receiving one of the many honours bestowed annually upon citizens from all areas of the United Kingdom, and abroad, in recognition of their contribution to their communities.
This was the fourth Symposium organised by the Friends of the British Cemetery and for the second time it was held in the Bull Hotel, at Long Melford in Suffolk. 31 people attended. This was rather fewer than last year, but did mean the conference room was not so crowded and stuffy.
On 19th October, International Women in Portugal held a coffee morning in support of Associaçâo Portuguesa de Apoio a Mulher com Cancro da Mama.