On the 15th April, thirty of us set off for a short holiday to Weston-super-Mare. Whilst there we also visited the twin towns of Lynton and Lynmouth where there were such awful floods in the 1950’s. Another day saw us in the beautiful city of Bath, where we spent some time in the old Roman Baths, the magnificent Abbey and viewed some of the lovely Georgian Terraces. We arrived home on the Friday, tired but happy.
The following Monday we set off to Visit Poole on one of our day trips, where we arrived in glorious sunshine and it stayed with us all day. We did all the usual things one does at the seaside, Poole pottery, the Museum, boat trip round the harbor and, of course, fish and chip lunches. All too soon it was time to head for home.
At the beginning of the month we welcomed back two of our members, who due to ill health have been absent from us. Mary Campbell, who had been in hospital since November. and Tony Emery, who had been in various hospitals since last May. It is wonderful to have them back with us, and looking so great. KATH RUDKIN