Roysia Women’s Club
The topic for the meeting was The Yanks are Coming by Linda Scoles, who came to England with her husband and their three children in 1971, settling in Great Barton, where their fourth child was born. She told tales of their time there. Her husband retired
The topic for the meeting was The Yanks are Coming by Linda Scoles, who came to England with her husband and their three children in 1971, settling in Great Barton, where their fourth child was born.
She told tales of their time there. Her husband retired in 1984 and died in 2001, and she remains living in England, as do two of her children and grandchildren.
Members were saddened to hear of the death of one of their members, Joan Foster, who died on April 28, and condolences were sent to her family.
Names and deposits are now being taken for the Stratford-on-Avon trip on September 9.
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Winners in the evening's raffle were Gwen King - box of chocolates, PVC rug - Lynn Grey, Jan Fraser - chocolate truffles, Rosina Bloomfield - purse.
The next meeting will be Actress and Beadworker by Eliza McClelland on May 21.
- 1 A505 campaigner on safety improvement progress and wrong-way driver near-miss
- 2 Kite Festival cancelled after lockdown extension
- 3 Grandmother runs Royston in Blue 5k solo to raise money for charity
- 4 Ex-footballers set for charity match to raise money for hospital cardiology department
- 5 What is happening in our area for Armed Forces Day?
- 6 Nurses to meet with unvaccinated social care workers to address concerns
- 7 Man jailed after attacking victim with glass bottle in hotel room
- 8 Uber-style app could mean doorstep bus pick up
- 9 Bloomsday group's post-lockdown gathering to celebrate Joyce novel
- 10 'If I lived three miles away the obstacles would've been lower' - Councillor calls for IVF to be reinstated in Cambs
There will be no meeting on bank holiday May 28, and on June 4 therewill be a plant and book sale in aid of the Charity of the Year, the British Heart Foundation.