Kaleidoscope of guest speakers for first in-person pensioners’ forum since pandemic

19th October 2021


Older residents across Three Rivers district will have their first chance to gather in-person for more than eighteen months to hear from a multitude of guest speakers at the Three Rivers Pensioners’ Forum.

The forum will feature speakers from Warner Bros. Studios, Citizens Advice, the Watford and Three Rivers Trust, mental health charity A Slice of Happiness and a talk on local history.

Cllr Keith Martin, Chair of the district council, said: “I am delighted that we are able to once again hold an in-person Pensioners’ Forum after all this time, and that we are doing it with such a wide and varied programme of information and entertainment. I urge members of the retired community across the district to come if they are interested in being involved. We look forward to seeing lots of new faces there and I thank all the organisations involved.”

In a wide ranging programme Warner Bros. Studios will be providing an insight into the local film industry, A Slice of Happiness will look at supporting people affected by Covid-19 with wellbeing issues, historian Richard Westwood will talk about the role of John Dickinson’s Mill during the Second World War and the Watford and Three Rivers Trust’s speakers will look at activities which may of interested to the retired community.

There will also be entertainment from musician and comedian Stig Spiggleton.

The forum takes place between 2pm and 4.30pm on Tuesday 2 November at Watersmeet Theatre in Rickmansworth. To book a place email: