Home Future Meetings Earlier Meetings Choose a Logo Contact Men's Breakfast
CVM Links News Encouragement Helping Out Funnies

Reports from Earlier Meetings

We try to keep a record of earlier meetings, including photographs. If you'd like to provide a report and/or photographs please email them to John Studd: John@Studd-mail.org.


  • 8 April: Josh Thomas - Petersfield Community Radio

  • 11 March: Peter Fishpool - The Male Journey

  • 11 February: Brian Edwards - A gradual road to faith

  • 14 January: Keith Gilbey - Gotta Stop Breaking Down - May 2019: Keith's book is published - see the News page



  • 3 December: Skittles at The Whiste Stop, Liss

  • 5 November: Rear Admiral Paul Hoddinott CB OBE: Submaries in the First World War

  • 1 October: Dom Clarke and "Who is..."

  • 3 September- Simon Mason and "What if... "

  • 19 July - A very successful barbeque for the King's Arms at Queen Elizabeth Country Park

  • 4 June - We met at The Sea and Spud for a meal, Prayer walked around the town then met up at The Red Lion

  • 7 May - Because it was a Bank Holiday our normal meeting was replaced by a meal out!

  • 9 April - Joe Gisbey presented a powerful message from Joshua

  • 5 March - Chris Hatton shared his story and thoughts on the Prodigal Son

  • 5 February - Steve Field told us about local Agencies Working Together

  • 9 January - Another change from routine, no speaker - we chatted though what it's like to be a Christian and work or college


  • 4 December - A change from routine: Skittles at The Black Fox, Liphook

  • 6 November - Tonight we had a pizza (from Domino Pizza) with salad and coleslaw. Then an exciting talk from Andrew Boyd.

  • 2 October - We've now moved to The Salvation Army Hall in Swan Street and we had a great night with curry, supplied by The Spice Lounge - just down the road - and a great talk from Dom Clarke.

  • 4 September - Our first meeting was at the United Reformed church and some 20 of us enjoyed fish and chips or pie and chips followed by a range of biscuits. Max Cross was our first speaker.