A Practical Evening with a Difference
Our meeting on October 4th was advertised as ‘A practical evening with a difference’ which was code for a workshop/ dabble evening. These crafty evenings have become a very popular, sociable and enjoyable fixture on our calendar and over 40 members attended.
Our chairman, Carolyn Cranswick, introduced the evening and explained that it was an opportunity to learn new creative skills. Five different practical activities had been organised by the committee, supported by two members. The evening consisted of card-making, decorative bows for flower arrangements or parcels, corsages/brooch making, wrist corsages made using manipulated wire.
After demonstrations by the activity leaders, each group settled down in earnest to an evening of chat and creativity. All the resources were supplied by the club and many participants managed to complete two, if not three, of the activities. The results were very impressive and many were surprised to find that they had hidden talents.
Dates for your diary:
6th December: an open evening with another favourite. National demonstrator John Chennell returns and closes the year with ‘The Magic of Christmas’. Why not join us for a relaxing and entertaining evening whilst gaining some ideas for your own Christmas decorations.
Tickets: £6 members, £10 visitors, including mulled wine (or soft drink) & mince pies, are available from Committee Members or Gillian Hill (01525 860539).
Venue: Clophill Village Hall
Time: doors open at 6.45pm for a prompt start at 7.30pm
3rd January 2019: our Annual General Meeting will be held in Clophill Village Hall Committee Room at 7.30pm. All are welcome.