July 2015 Newsletter

An enjoyable morning was held supporting the Walk for Health group. It focussed on the Edalji trail in the village.

Two further visits have been arranged to the National Memorial Arboretum. Members are asked to contact the Community Centre, as seats are limited.

The Townswomen Guild was the theme of the coffee morning address given by Pam and Pauline. The enlightening talk was interspersed with light-hearted tales and was enjoyed by the audience.

The upcoming Coffee Morning speakers are John Palmer on ‘Puppets’ and Anthony Hunt on ‘Local Murders’ in August and September respectively.

Arrangements have been made for the Centre to continue to be available until at least the end of the year on the fourth Thursday of each month. It enables members and guests to view our archives and library and undertake further family research efforts, as preferred.

The Society wishes a further member to join the Senior Citizens Centre Advisory Committee. This Committee meets periodically (typically five times per year). In the first instance, it would be appreciated if interested members could contact Gary or Diane for further details.