That’s summer over now. Although the weather wasn’t too good in August we did manage all our outdoor activities apart from the carnival in Dawlish. We had to call that off as the weather was very wet but no matter we have our costumes and may be able to bring them out again.
Our visits to the Oakwood Forest School were great fun and we may be able to go again in the New Year. We learned how to make a popcorn cooker for use over an open fire and now we have our own which we used at Haldon Forest. Successful. The Open Day at Hannah @ Seale Hayne was worthwhile and if you haven’t visited Dame Hannah it is worth doing so. Apart from anything the coffee is good.
We continue to fund raise and are grateful to the continuing support of the Teignmouth Townswomen’s Guild and Ashcombe Village Hall. The Dawlish Masons raised nearly £300 after a talk at one of their meetings and The Swan BBQ raised a staggering £2350. The Crashbox and Historic Vehicles Club gave us £1250.
A BIG thank you to everyone
Holcombe Gentleman’s Rugby Club is having their annual Conker Championship at the Castle Inn, Holcombe on the 13th November in aid of AIMS. Do come along it is great fun. We are also having another Fashion Show on the 18th November.
Our AGM and Open day went well and again a BIG THANK YOU to all who came and gave us support. Stuart Brandon was voted as Chair and Peter Dummett will continue as treasurer. The rest of the committee are: Claire Coombes, Gill Parsons, Jane Barnard, Jill Diprose, Rick Rickard, Robin Brown, Anona Sheldon, David Whitfield, Maggie Fuller and Janet Evans
Well done to Diggory Puyall and Molly McCooey who both won Helen Foundation Awards.
A reminder that the SANTA TRAIN is on the 27th November at 1.30 p.m. and our visit to the Plymouth Aquarium on the 11th December. Names must be given to Sandra by the 31st October for both dates.
The Christmas Party (yes that time already) is on the 18th December at the Bungalow.