Chris Gibson welcomed all members and read our the priorities for the evening. There were 61 members present and three ladies joined during the course of the evening.
Lorna Dallimore then introduced the evening’s speaker, Richard Wilkins , an experienced Barrister from London. Richard gave a fascinating, interesting and sometimes amusing talk about his background, having grown up in Cirencester, his path through university and training to be a barrister and finally the complexities of the legal system. Following several questions the vote of thanks was given by Lynda Morton.
Jan has arranged a trip to The Visitors Centre at the Energy from Waste Plant in Gloucester in April, Chavenage House in June and a Steam Train and Fish & Chip supper in July – more info to follow.
Anyone interested in joining a new book group please get in touch with Linda Sheen.
Ali has organised a supper at the Close Hotel on Wednesday 18th March. Menu choices will be available at the next meeting.
The ladies from the craft group created 2 of these fabulous felted mobiles for 2 soon to be grandmothers.
1st Tetbury Guides celebrated 100 years of active guiding in February and 5 of our members provided 100 cupcakes for their celebration cake.
Coffee morning at the Snooty Fox dates are:
Monday 23rd March & Monday 27th April
The next meeting is on: Monday 9th March 2020 – Research and how it affects the plotting of a novel – with Simon Fairfax
Come along at 7:30pm to join us and meet everyone!
A note from our President:
Apart from our monthly meetings, we enjoy each other’s company at many “extra curricular” activities. Do have a look at “What we do”.
We always welcome new ideas and new members. Please come along and meet us.
If you would like to find out more about us, contact me via email: email@example.com“
Meetings are on the 2nd Monday of every month at the:
Tetbury Goods Shed, Arts Centre, The Railway Yard, Cirencester Road, Tetbury, GL8 8EY
(follow the signs for “Free long term Parking”)