The Tuesday Club Year - 1994
First our grateful thanks to all who helped at, and came to our Fund-raising Easter Bingo. Mrs Daisy Morgan organised it as beautifully as ever.
All this made it possible for us to plan the Summer's outings which are :
June 1st Tredegar House and Gardens, leaving the Royal George at 1:00pm.
July 27th Weston Super Mare leaving the Royal George at 10:30am.
September 7th Bourton-on-the-Water leaving the Royal George at 11:00am.
Non-members are welcome to join us !!!
During April we celebrated Mrs Kathleen Williams eightieth birthday with a cake, bubbly and song, and then the welcome return of Mrs Thomas to the Club and good health
At the end of April, we ate a delicious lunch at the Beechwood restaurant. This was provided by the Forest of Dean College and was cooked and served, both quite splendidly, by the students.
We were so impressed (and comatose) that then and there, we booked a Christmas Lunch with them!.
On June 1st, the outing session opened with a trip to Tredegar House. The weather made it difficult to enjoy the renovated gardens but the tour of the house was very well organised and fascinating.
On June 21st, we met in the Glyn Farm garden in Llandogo on a beautiful afternoon.
Then on the 1st of July, we held a Quiz evening at the Anchor Hotel (many thanks for their kind help) to raise money for the E.C.G. machine for Tintern Surgery. A lovely lot (in every sense) of people were quizzed and we were able to donate £150 to the fund.
The 27th of July we spent on the beach/pier/cafes/swimming pool/bingo halls of Weston Super Mare. We were lucky, the sun shone.
A highlight of the Summer for all of us was the meeting in the Cherry Tree garden, courtesy of the Knight family. The garden is always lovely, but this year it is outrageously pretty. If you havn't seen it - Do!
For anyone interested, we are holding a shopping trip to Hereford on Wednesday, November 30th, for a spot of Xmas goody shopping.
Finally, we were all very glad to welcome back Miss Doreen Heath - battered but definitely unbowed - after her very nasty accident.