Our trip to Dorney Wood was enjoyed by a small group. The gardens were very pleasant, plants were purchased....
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ELF - Eaton Bray Leisure Group

Posted on October 4, 2010

This article was published in October 2010. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Our trip to Dorney Wood was enjoyed by a small group. The gardens were very pleasant, plants were purchased and the weather was kind.

In July the walking group had a very nice walk around Wilston, Long Marston and Puttenham, returning along the Canal. Lunch was taken at the Half Moon public house.

The weather was OK.

There was no walk in August and September will be past by the time you get this, but the October walk is on Monday 25th meeting at Eaton Bray Church at 10.00am. All are welcome.

On July 15th a large number of members enjoyed a lunch and an excellent slide show and lecture by a volunteer from the College Lakes. Thanks to the Volunteer and all the ladies and men of the ELF who arranged this meeting, and the preparation of lunch.

On August 12th intermittent rain did not deter a large group of members from enjoying an excellent cream tea in the garden of Val and Alan's home. Very many thanks to them and all the other helpers.

The next lunch out was Thursday September 16th at the Bridgewater Arms and the next meeting was on the morning of September 23rd in the Coffee Tavern at 10.30am, when we chatted about the future programme. Reports of the meetings will be in the November issue of Focus. Notices are placed in the NORTH PORCH OF EATON BRAY CHURCH.

The ELF GROUP would welcome any new members from around the area and also some new ideas. PLEASE come to the Coffee Tavern at Eaton Bray on a Thursday morning. There is a stair lift and transport can usually be arranged, if required, to and from any event.

If you are interested in joining ELF please contact Val or Alan.

Source: Focus, October 2010

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