Friendly Club – June 2013

Recent Events
Tuesday 14th May
A talk was given by Louise Reynolds of Wiltshire Farm Foods advising us of the selection of foods they supply, how it is produced and the supply chain for ingredients. Details of delivery, which is free of charge with no minimum limit on orders, was explained.
The tasting session of mains and desserts was appreciated and enjoyed by members.

Future events
Tuesday 11th June – In the Village Hall at 2.00pm
Annual General Meeting. Members are requested to send their nominations for election to the committee to the secretary, Brian McGlone. Following the AGM a talk will be given by Graham Carter on Alfred Williams in South Marston.

Tuesday 18th June – Outing
The outing is to Blists Hill Victorian Town has been cancelled due to insufficient numbers booking a place.

Tuesday 9th July – In the Village Hall at 2.00pm
A talk will be given Lynda Thompson on a wagon train trip across Wyoming entitled “Beans and Dust”

Friendly Club Annual Holiday – September 2013
An opportunity not to be missed – open to non members.
Our annual Holiday this year will be to Nottingham staying at Warners Thoresby Hall Hotel for 4 nights departing from South Marston on the Monday 30th September and returning Friday 4th October. This will include various day trips during our stay. Barnes Coaches will be supplying the transport. The hotel has 30 acres of gardens and is on the edge of Sherwood Forest.

The cost for dinner, bed and breakfast for 4 nights is £330 per person. Anyone over 50 who would like to join us will be made very welcome. Please contact Sheila 828545 for details and to book the holiday.

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