NORTH LOOSE “ENDS”
If you are on your own, new to the area, at a “Loose End” or perhaps you would like to make new friends?
Why not come along to the Y Centre, Melrose Close and join us.
For further details contact Richard at email@example.com or ring 01622 201247.
40 Loose ‘Ends’ members met at Horlands Farm in Marden on Friday afternoon at the invitation of Dick and Liz Russell who kindly gave us a very informative and enjoyable tour around their working and largely organic farm.
This was the first visit arranged by Loose ‘Ends’ away from the ‘Y’ Centre and as an additional activity it proved to be very successful.
As well as meeting the animals we were able to enjoy the open countryside and taste the fresh pear and apple juice produced at the farm. The afternoon concluded with refreshments at Millbrook Garden Centre, where everyone enjoyed a Cream Tea with home made scones.
Our thanks go to Dick and Liz for their kind welcome and hospitality and to Lesley and the team at Millbrook who all helped to make the afternoon such a success.
May – Grand National
The May meeting of Loose ‘Ends’ attracted 38 ‘Race Goers’ who competed as 6 teams in the Loose’Ends’Grand National. After 6 heats, and supported by the smallest race team of 3 members, ‘Richmond Rose ‘romped home ahead of ‘Mayfair Maiden’ to claim victory and the Gold Cup. Our thanks go to Sean Carter who stepped in at short notice to deputise for Richard Hunt as Race Commentator.
April – The Trials and Tribulations of Public Speaking
The April meeting of the North Loose Ends was attended by record numbers who came to hear the very popular Barbara Stevens talk on the subject of, The Trials and Tribulations of Public Speaking. She did not disappoint her audience who were kept laughing throughout her speech, which lasted in excess one an hour.
If, as they say, laughter is the best medicine, then we all left the meeting in better health. We will most certainly book her again.
March – Gentle Yoga
No, this is not a holdup at the Y Centre, its the North Loose Ends members taking part in a yoga lesson given By Shannon Clarke. The gentle yoga exercises were designed to help members keep in shape whatever their age.
Judging by the numbers of members attending and the enthusiastic applause given to Shannon afterwards it was a great success. Members rounded off the afternoon by exercising their brains with some word puzzles.I don’t know if it was down to the physical exercises sharpening their thinking but the members completed the puzzles with enthusiasm and great success.
February – Royal Visits Prt 2.
The February meeting was a talk given by former Detective Chief Inspector Colin Breed on Royal visits to Kent, was both interesting and well received by the very well attended February meeting of the North Loose Ends, which met on Wednesday, 20th at the Y Centre.
Thirty two members of North Loose “Ends” braved the elements to take part in the January Quiz.It was a nip and tuck competition over seven rounds with plenty of laughter among the rivalry.
The winning team outscored the runners up by just half a point.
Programme for 2019
July 17th Summer BBQ
August 21st C.S.O. and Sing A Long
September 18th Beetle Drive
October 16th A Court Dressmaker (Christine Frost)
November 20th Christmas Wreaths ( Pam Hayward)
December 18 Christmas Party
We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting in July.