First fifty film

PUBLISHED: 13:10 21 July 2006 | UPDATED: 22:00 28 May 2010

Ray Butt, Jack Carnell and Mac Narborough

Ray Butt, Jack Carnell and Mac Narborough

The Fenland Wildflowers Association launched a film The First 50 Years in the gardens of the East Lighthouse, Sutton Bridge, the home of vice-president David Joel. Eighty members and guests were present, including four founder-members, Ray Butt, who trave

The Fenland Wildflowers Association launched a film The First 50 Years in the gardens of the East Lighthouse, Sutton Bridge, the home of vice-president David Joel.

Eighty members and guests were present, including four founder-members, Ray Butt, who travelled down from Dumfries, Mac Narborough, Mike Newell and Jack Carnell.

Chairman Paul Evans introduced the film and welcome the guests. A bar and buffet and good weather made it a memorable occasion.

Fenland's president Mr Narborough thanked Commander David Joel for his hospitality and congratulated Martin and James Warby on producing such a wonderful film.

Pictured, from left, are Ray Butt, Jack Carnell and Mac Narborough


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