North London Group—A party of members met at Kew Bridge, on Saturday, September 1st. We were glad to meet such a number of the late West London Group (now amalgamated with the West Central Group). After a pleasant tea in an orchard by the river, we proceeded through Kew Gardens. Several halts were called by the way, during which time we were mentally refreshed by a mutual exchange of thought on a variety of subjects. A most enjoyable afternoon ended with a walk in the moonlight along the tow-path back to Kew Bridge. —-Harry J. Stone, Hon. Secretary.
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