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Our meeting at Holy Trinity Social Club

FISH, CHIPS AND SHOPS

July 2008

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Morris Minor Your reporter has to confess that, with even greater confusion and incompetence than usual, he did not write up this event until six months after it.  But he remembers a not very fine July day and everyone arriving by all available means, including Ted Garbutt's wonderful Morris Minor. Barbara Presland and Bill Pope As usual Barbara Presland and Bill Pope were at the door to welcome everyone in.
Reg Aston had set up a display of photos and, as our talk of the day was about a toy shop, a display of old toys.

On the left is our rather alcoholic looking table of raffle prizes.

a display of photos A headless Henry talks with a backless John as Henry sets up the video and sound systems.  On the floor Ted prays for a result in setting up his model railway - he got it.  And in the middle of the track a newly arrives Bilston knight stands guard. A headless Henry talks with a backless John
Mrs. and Mrs. E. Woolley check in Mrs. and Mrs. E. Woolley check in, whilst Alma Darby and her sister, and Kath Kiely and friend, have a natter ... Reg and Sandra Aston and John and Brenda Elwell, ... as do Reg and Sandra Aston and John and Brenda Elwell, down from Ripon for the day.
 George Phillpot and others join them. George Phillpot and others And soon the room starts filing up, with everyone waiting for the fish and chips to arrive ... waiting for the fish and chips to arrive
 a traditional feast. ... which they soon do, so that everyone can tuck in to a traditional feast. Rose Hartill, Henry Metzger, David Plant and lots of others. I can see Rose Hartill, Henry Metzger, David Plant and lots of others.
And here we have Reg Summerfield, Barry Hodgson, Gerald Hanrahan and the photographer whose name escapes me sorry! And here we have Reg Summerfield, Barry Hodgson, 
						Gerald Hanrahan and the photographer whose name escapes 
						me  sorry!

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