Women’s Circle

PUBLISHED: 17:29 17 November 2006 | UPDATED: 22:22 28 May 2010

AT the meeting of the Women s Circle, held at Butterman s Farm, home of Neville and Jean Poole, members heard a talk by Julian Kirk about Caister Lifeboat Association, an independent association not part of the RNLI, which has to rely on fund-raising. Mem

AT the meeting of the Women's Circle, held at Butterman's Farm, home of Neville and Jean Poole, members heard a talk by Julian Kirk about Caister Lifeboat Association, an independent association not part of the RNLI, which has to rely on fund-raising. Member were pleased to hear that Gwen Spriggs was now out of hospital and getting on well.

At the next meeting, on Tuesday, November 28, Vic Williamson will talk about his work as a mole catcher on the Sandringham Estate.

The Christmas social evening will be on Tuesday, December 12.

Both events will be at Butterman's Farm.


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