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Edlesbray Leisure Fellowship - ELF

Posted on April 2, 2012

This article was published in April 2012. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

Greetings to everyone from the ELF Group.

Is spring really coming? Snowdrops and primroses are showing their beauty and daffodils are well and truly blooming. Shrubs are bursting with new growth, and surely, other spring bulbs are awakening. Hopefully the worst of the winter weather, with its snow and heavy frosts is in the past.

There will be a group of National Trust members and Non-members visiting Ascot House on March 29th to view the wonderful show of daffodils, between 2.00 and 4.00 p.m. We hope for good weather.

Our meeting on February 19th was well attended and lively. Refreshments were enjoyed whilst chatting. The arrangements for future outings were discussed and are "well in hand". They include:- Stondon Motor Museum; Organ Museum; Bletchley Park; Shuttleworth Collection and Worlds End. Hopefully, all these outings will include a lunch. All details for events as and when they occur will be posted in the North Porch of Eaton Bray Church.

The walk on February 27th was thoroughly enjoyed by the group led by Alan. We walked from Horton Wharf along the Grand Union Canal to Ivinghoe Locks and back across country to Horton Wharf. Lunch was taken in The Carpenters Arms at Slapton.

Elf members are looking forward to lunch out at The Plough, Wingfield on March 8th.

A report will appear in the May Edition of The Focus.

The walk on April 23rd has been postponed until April 30th.

Have a good Easter.

April Dates

Thurs. 19th April - Meeting Coffee Tavern, 10.30

Thurs. 26th April - Visit to College Lakes, 10.30

Mon. 30th April - Walk Eaton Bray Church, 10.30

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