Forget-Me-Not Club

PUBLISHED: 12:15 19 April 2007 | UPDATED: 15:05 12 May 2010

A GOLD necklace was presented to Barbara Charter at the annual meeting of the club when she retired after 30 years as secretary. The club is still looking for a new secretary, members were told. Reports of the past year s activities were given by Mrs Char

A GOLD necklace was presented to Barbara Charter at the annual meeting of the club when she retired after 30 years as secretary.

The club is still looking for a new secretary, members were told.

Reports of the past year's activities were given by Mrs Charter, treasurer Wendy Chamberlain, and chairman Brian Chamberlain.

The club held a buffet to celebrate the golden wedding anniversary of Iris and Don Elliot, during which a gift from members was presented to them.

Local historian Mike Petty gave members a talk on Disappearing Cambridge.

Members have an active year ahead with outings and speakers.

For details call chairman Brian Chamberlain on 01763 242543.


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