It’s part way through the bowls season, with a few more matches to play.
This photograph shows Whitley 2 bowls team. They have won some and lost some, so all to play for.
Good luck to you and to our Whitley 1 team.
It was fun, the sun was shining, and Whitley WI went to this local golf club for an evening out with friends… It started well, with several “wannabe” golfers having a go on the driving range.. who could hit the ball further than 10metres??
We retired to the clubhouse, to find beautifully set tables and the prosecco flowed. (Whitley WI know how to enjoy themselves) …all this was to the amusement of several regular golfers, who made us feel welcome.
A delicious buffet supper was served, with thanks to stewards, Dave and Nicole. Lemon tarts and profiteroles have never tasted so good.
Prizes were awarded in a free raffle, and for a round Britain A-Z quiz.
The evening finally finished with darts and pool in the games room.
It must have been the heat, hence our first ever selfie. On the hottest day of the year only 5 of Whitley WI’s intrepid explorers made it to Style Country Park for a wonderful walk through Style woods, following paths, up and down steps, over bridges and streams, dodging the muddy paths and the mosquitoes, ending up walking along the edge of Manchester Airports 2nd runway, in the presence of jumbo jets. A cool shower was enjoyed by all of us (not together) on our return home. Thanks go to Ann O’Brien for her transport and organisation…a true leader. For a full report by Sue Burtonwood click here.
Calling all bowlers, a date for your diaries.
The Adelaide Hough Bowls Competition is booked for Wed 7th Sept at The Green Comberbach. 10am until about 4.00pm. Availabilty and contributions towards lunch need to be made to Rita Carter or Joan Pattinson. Have a lovely day.
The photo shows last year’s winner Ann Brock receiving her trophy from last year’s President Pat Sharp.
A Celebration of the Queen’s 90th birthday took place at Great Budworth Church, Friday 15th July. Many Whitley members in the choir and audience. Joyce the Musical Director, had put together a magnificent program of music and recitals, Helen as Compere brought sections together, and refreshments of Pimm’s and strawberry cream cakes were enjoyed.
The highlight of the evening was from Nancy: Her solo of “keep the homefires burning” brought the house down, and truely deserved the encore it recieved.