Pat Sharp and Sue Burtonwood with Martin Bell (the man in the white suit). They met this former BBC war correspondent and Tatton independent MP on the evening of Thursday 14th April 2016 at High Legh Village Hall. They were the guests of the Egerton group of WI’s. A humanitarian and lovely man, who has been shot at and wounded, but is still here to tell the tale. He now is an Ambassador for UNICEF.
48 happy people from our Village Group of WI’s enjoyed a day out at this wonderful world heritage Palace. The weather was kind, and many different adventures were talked about on the way home.
Dorothy Thompson thanked Pat for all the organisation. The only remaining question was “where are we going next”?
Group lunch at Antrobus Village Hall at 12.30pm. Tickets cost £7 and are available in March. Start collecting bags, scarves, necklaces and other jewellery from friends and neighbours. We sell everything for £1.
An outing to Lancaster. Tea and coffee on arrival, tour of castle, free time in the town for your own lunch not provided and then in afternoon to Williamson’s Park, Butterfly house and Dome and Viewing Platform. £25.00. Tickets on sale at March meeting.