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Raynes Park Townswomen's Guild - March 2018

Once again, the Magnificent Music Hall at Wimbledon Theatre at the end of January gave us a varied, professional and entertaining matinee show enjoyed by the Townswomen’s Guild and groups from several clubs in the Raynes Park area and surrounding districts.  This company’s annual visit to Wimbledon is always popular. 

The principal activity in February has been socialising over lunch.  First, we visited the busy Morden Brook Pub at Lower Morden roundabout.  A delay in service was forecast by bar staff, but in the event the food arrived in a reasonable time and was judged to be good. 

Our second visit was to Merton & Morden Guild of Social Service at Morden to join them for their St Valentine’s Lunch.  With a party of 9 TWG ladies boosting their normal numbers, the Guild had to work hard to squeeze everyone in.  The food for a three-course lunch was very good.  Our ladies were very appreciative of the pianist who tinkled the ivories while we ate, and the volunteers who worked smoothly to serve the food and clear tables.  Many thanks to Merton & Morden Guild for this friendly and pleasant lunchtime visit. 

The following afternoon our monthly meeting at St Saviour’s Church Hall was the AGM.  The committee were returned to office unanimously.  Then, we were very pleased two members volunteered to join the Committee.  Later the Merton & Morden Guild of Social Service was adopted as our charity for the year.  It was agreed the August outing will be on Thursday, 16th to WORTHING.   As usual this outing will be open to all to join us to make a successful coach trip.  Cost and details will follow. 

March activities include Lunch at the Lime & Thyme, Raynes Park on Wednesday, 7th and a visit to the Museum at Bourne Hall, Ewell on Tuesday, 13th.  Our next meeting at St Savour’s Church Hall will be at 1.30 for 1.45 on Thursday, 15th March. 

Dorothy Raymond  020 8395 9489

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