Roysia Women’s Club

PUBLISHED: 15:16 19 October 2006 | UPDATED: 14:52 12 May 2010

Retired police officer Terry Rockall spoke on Fingerprint and Police Milestones. He told members about Edward Henry pioneering the database of fingerprinting in 1901, and the difference in fingerprints. Several members had their fingerprints taken from a

Retired police officer Terry Rockall spoke on Fingerprint and Police Milestones.

He told members about Edward Henry pioneering the database of fingerprinting in 1901, and the difference in fingerprints.

Several members had their fingerprints taken from a glass to demonstrate the methods used.

Birthday cards went to Sheila Wilding, Barbara Robinson, Wendy Pearce, Pam Hunter, and Pat McGee.

Raffle: 1 Barbara Williams (handbag), 2 Rosita Bloomfield (toiletries), 3 Eileen Whiting (towels), 4 Valerie Jackson (chrysanthemum plant).

The next meeting will be on October 23 when there will be a talk from the Phoenix Trading Greeting Cards.

Forget-Me-Not Club: Members have enjoyed a number of outings, including trips to Stratford-upon-Avon, Windsor and Sherringham.

Members also had their own harvest thanksgiving and a club birthday party at The Bull Hotel, Royston.

- For details call 7791377110 or 01763 242543.


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