Ruth Butler welcomed 39 members and 10 visitors to the September meeting. The mystery tour took us on a scenic route to the Racehorse at Catworth where we enjoyed a supper before returning home. We are now looking forward to our trip to Norwich later this
Ruth Butler welcomed 39 members and 10 visitors to the September meeting. The mystery tour took us on a scenic route to the Racehorse at Catworth where we enjoyed a supper before returning home. We are now looking forward to our trip to Norwich later this month.
Pat Berrington received her bursary towards a weekend at Denman College. Kath Carr and Betty Trevett had sunset photos included in the 2007 Federation calendar.
The speaker, Dorothy Halphide - Dot of the Dairy, arrived in full Tudor dress of a dairymaid which she had made using materials of the period.
She had answered an advert by Kentwell Manor in Suffolk and spent her holidays as a dairymaid making butter and cheese. She showed slides of the re-enactment at Kentwell. Joan Alexander gave a vote of thanks.
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The next meeting will be at 7.30pm on Tuesday, October 3 when the speaker will be Miss D Hersey on the Azores and Madeira. New members and visitors are always welcome.
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