Biggest and Best Pride to date… last year there were 50 stallholders…this year there was over 80. A big thank you to everyone who volunteered with our own stall…the best response in a long time. Thanks also to David for turning up with a fine display of models, despite having his car broken into and lots of his new models stolen the night before. As always, we are indebted to Stephen for all his hard work with Pride and for everyone who contributed to our splendid display.
Afternoon Tea With Oscar Wilde
We reckoned that our table had the largest number of people at this highly amusing event. Members of the ‘‘Don’t go into the Cellar’ theatre company presented a chat show with a difference! The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery Cafe was packed to enjoy an Afternoon Tea with Oscar Wilde, the celebrated Victorian playwright and wit, as he interviewed a famous celebrity of the day. After the interval, John joined the actors for some genuine audience participation. This was also a truly effective group bonding occasion…which allowed members of get to know each other in a fun social get together
Maurice was unable to attend the June meeting on account of having to play the organ for a special service at Holy Trinity Church, Burslem to mark Fr Brian’s 40th anniversary of priesthood. Well done everyone for what seems to have been a very friendly, sociable gathering. A very warm welcome was extended to a potential new member whom we hope will become a regular member of the group.
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