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The Tuesday Club

Upcoming Sessions

1. Tuesday, 29 June, 2021 19 Tammuz 5781

2:00 PM - 3:00 PMZoom

2. Tuesday, 13 July, 2021 4 Av 5781

2:00 PM - 3:00 PMZoom
Past Sessions
Tuesday, 22 June, 2021 12 Tammuz 5781 - 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM - Zoom
Tuesday, 15 June, 2021 5 Tammuz 5781 - 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM - Zoom

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You can watch videos from previous Tuesday Club sessions via this link.

Tuesday 22 June: Deborah Wald

Deborah will be joining us to tell the story of her family and the fascinating story of the Wald handbag Company at The Tuesday Club.  We will be entering the world of Waldybag.  

Deborah who has been a journalist and copywriter for more than 30 years, writing and editing on topics including homes, gardens, fitness, charity, marketing, travel and social history. She put together the Woman’s Weekly Vintage series, which celebrated 100 years of the best-selling magazine and which indulged her fascination with women’s lives and the vintage world.

Lately, she has been involved in the V&A’s smash hit exhibition Bags: Inside Out, which features several Waldybags.   Made by H Wald & Co, the family business founded by her grandfather Harry Wald, Deborah is now piecing together, through ephemera and her collection of Waldybags, the story of the company, its royal connections, astonishing wartime effort and in the process getting to know her father who died when she was 11 and grandfather whom she never knew.

Book now for the 22 June Tuesday Club event when Deborah will be taking us on quite a journey – a success story and a touching family story.

Tuesday 29 June: The Story of St. Joseph's Hospice

Carolyne Barber and Sister Maria Coates from St. Joseph’s Hospice in Hackney will be telling us about St. Joseph’s, its history and its ethics, from beginnings in 1900 when 5 sisters of charity came from Ireland to care for the sick of the area.  Carolyne Barber and Sister Maria Cotes work together continuing the same ethics, beliefs and philosophies of the founding sisters.

They will  talk about how care was provided for those with life limiting illness in Hackney 120 years ago. And how funding was achieved for a purpose-built home for St. Joseph’s, opening in 1905.

Carolyne, head of mission/palliative care educator at St. Joseph’s, is also a national and international multi award winning wildlife and landscape photographer.  

Sister Maria Coates has worked at a school for blind children in Lagos and was involved in setting up a school in Castaic.  She has spent 17 years as chaplin at St. Joseph’s, managed a heritage centre in Ireland and a monastery in Scotland. 


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