War Memorial Gary Trouton

Forget-Me-Not Club

September 2002

A summary of this groups activities so far this year

We have had an extremely successful year so far and have not finished yet.

On 17th July we all went to Cromer for the day. The weather was glorious. We left Stoke Ferry at 10 a.m. and arrived home at approximately 6 p.m.

August 14th was our fabulous fete, held at our Chairman's home from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Chairman would like to thank the businesses in the village that so gladly donated a raffle prize in aid of the club and also the villagers and friends who came along to support us. All in all we had a marvellous day, good weather and we raised £341.81 for our club. Thank you all.

On 4th September we are all off out again. This time to the Highwayman, near Great Yarmouth, for entertainment, a meal and afternoon tea. We should arrive back at Stoke Ferry at approximately 6 p.m.

On 11th September we have a singing chiropodist. How to get the best out of your feet and entertains you as well.

25th September, Toni Arther Hay will be entertaining us by talking about "Traditions and Customs". Toni has, and still does work in television, radio and the stage.

October 9th will be the Forget-me-not Harvest Festival in the Stoke Ferry Community Centre from 2p.m to 4 p.m.

23rd October we have a clothes show by Essentials and people of the village and friends are most welcome.

20th November we are off on yet another outing to Baytree. We will leave at 10 a.m. and hope to arrive back about 6.00p.m. The theme will be getting ready for Christmas with decorations etc.

On December 4th, mince pies, sausage rolls and sherry plus music will be available for Club Members at the Club.

December 11th - Our Christmas lunch.

Mrs J Hull, Chairman

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