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|Scout & Guide HQ|
|4th Sunday of the Month|
|2.00 - 4.00 pm|
- Val Bullen - 572794
- Alayne Trigwell - 07341 279175
The SUNDAY SOCIAL – Every Fourth Sunday of Each Month
A Happy New Year to Everyone and a big thank you to all those who provided us with fun and entertainment throughout 2018.
27 Jan 2019 – The Musical Theatre Group🎼🎤🎶🎹 will be providing us with a full afternoon of entertainment. Tea ☕ and Biscuits🍪 in the interval of course.
24 Feb 2019 – A Talk from Pete Trigwell about Crime & Punishment through the ages. Quiz to follow to settle our nerves and the usual refreshments
We look forward to seeing you!!😊
See Posts Below for Details of Previous Sunday Socials.
Our Pre-Christmas Party’.✨🎄 The Cabaret 🎩🎤was provided by our very own Drama Group who encouraged us to join in. We had a fabulous time Yuletide refreshments 🥨🍰were on offer of course.
– Our regular humourist😁 and local botanist🌲🌼 Peter Gateley talked to us about ‘Autumn Colours in our Countryside’. Refreshments and a quiz followed.
Denise presented us with some ‘Galton and Simpson Playhouse’ film comedies on this Bank Holiday weekend, a throwback to the 1970s that had everyone laughing 🤣. Pop corn 🍿and Ice cream🍦 were of course served for the authentic Cinema Experience.
An Excellent Presentation on Southport Hesketh Park Observatory was given to us by Edmund Moynihan. Followed of Course by Refreshments then a few rounds of Lucky Dip Bingo
Our very own Bill Evans entertained us with a Picture Quiz and a variety of Comedy clips and videos. Refreshments as always.
A great Guitar Singalong followed by refreshments and a quiz.
22 April: Peter Gateley gave us a very interesting talk about Local Buildings which was followed by a couple of frantic rounds of a Beetle Drive
A Lively Debate was Chaired by Mia Faza – ‘The Police Should Carry Firearms’
The recorder group gave us an wonderful performance and were followed by a great range of poems read by Pauline Jones, Pete Trigwell and Pat Morton who also wrote her contributions.
The Drama group performed Radio Aughton Live to a sell out audience.
A fun filled afternoon of news, sketches and stories.
A big thank you to everyone.
‘A Chinese Tea ceremony’ was presented by members of the Confucious Institute of Edge Hill University, followed by our traditional refreshments
Margaret Gibbon then talked to us about ‘Some of her Favourite Ladies from Local History‘.
A great presentation about Martin Mere Wetland Centre by volunteer Eileen Seabright.
Tea, Coffee and cakes were followed by some poetry read (and in some cases written) by our very own Sunday Social members
Members of the U3A Guitar group played and sang for us in August. Refreshments were followed by Peter Gateley presenting Butterflies in your Garden. An excellent afternoon was enjoyed by all.
Billy Coleman sang some Sounds of the Sixties for us and introduced us to Just Midnight an Acapella Group who were ‘Just Marvellous’. A great afternoons entertainment.
Bill Evans entertained us with his great selection of funny videos and clips. Followed of course by tea and cakes.
An Afternoon at the Movies – Three short films selected by Denise which between the three of us we managed to present. The popcorn went down well and we have delicious cakes with our tea and coffee.
Our famous raconteur Pearl Webster entertained us and Pauline Jones made us laugh with her regional poems
We were highly entertained by Dee with Keyboard Music and a great story quiz supported by Pat then Peter Gateley gave us a most informative and entertaining talk on Leaves
We enjoyed a series of performances by our Drama Group followed by refreshments and an impromptu quiz. A great start to the New Year
We had a lively Debate on Foreign Aid – introduced by Mia Faza – followed by Festive Refreshments
The Sunnysiders then gave us a wonderful variety show.
The Story of Ormskirk Gingerbread was wonderfully presented by Margaret Gibbon
Followed by Gingerbread refreshments and then a great Music Quiz from Bill Evans with great animations and a rendition of You’ll Never Walk Alone.
Denise Lathom presented us with 3 Somerset Maugham films which we thoroughly enjoyed, even when the ‘reel’ broke down. We had ice creams at the interval served by our very own usherette Pauline Jones
Pearl Webster (recital)
Val Bullen (Guitar Sing-a-long)
Bill Evans (quiz & music)
Denise Latham (Flowers are Fun)
Winner of ‘Flowers are Fun’ – Pauline Rigby & Team