South Milton Villagea small working village in the South Hams of Devon
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The Thursday Club meets in the Village Hall on the second Thursday of most months throughout the year. 'Club' is a bit of a misnomer: you don't have to join anything or be any particular age to come along, just gather at the village hall at 2.30pm and be prepared for a very good tea (only have a light lunch), some entertainment and plenty of time for a natter.
The year has started well with the welcome return of Tim and Jan with those amazing photos and memories of Namibia. Then in February, Sue Wyeth gave an inspirational talk on her work with the Chernobyl Children’s Charity.
On 8th March, we are off to Africa again this time in company with Nick Townsend and his pictures and stories of ‘Born Free – a Serengeti Childhood’. I know we all love having local speakers and we are so lucky that they are happy to come and share their experiences with us. They have probably heard about the wonderful tea too!!
On 22nd March, we are off to see ‘Fiddler on the Roof’: I have sold all 26 tickets and it should be a great show.
On 12th April, Richard Lumsden returns with more of his vinyl records and anecdotes, this time his talk is entitled ‘LPs from the 1960s’. He is a very popular speaker and we all love his visits.
As always, visitors are as welcome as members at our meetings, the charge of £2.50 includes the tea. Thank you to all of you who support the Club and thanks also to the merry band of helpers!
Jill (560181) Lindy (560751) Cherry (560526) Jenny (562248)