Christmas saw our bi-annual formal lunch and like before, we gathered in our best frocks and suits with our families and friends for a festive feast.
Dillington House welcomed us and treated us to an extremely pleasant lunch with professional and well organised service as previously. Thank you to them.
We had a good number attend and were able to raise an adequate amount from the raffle towards club funds for the year, in addition to the invitations to the widows of our departed members over the years. It is always good to see them and we enjoy their company. Thank you to the members who bring them and look after them so kindly.
We are planning on making some small changes this next year for the club to make it more interesting and varied but will still have many speakers during the year which have proved eclectic and interesting in previous years.
If you would like to join us, please don't hesititate to contact Paul Crocker(Secretary) on 252545, he is or Dorothy Wadeson (Chairman) on 252648. We meet at the Old Pound Inn at Aller, every 2nd Wednesday of the month, 11.30 for 12md to give attendees time to order a drink and lunch. Alternatively you can look on our website,
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