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The wanderers group have taken advantage of the lovely weather. Margaret led group of 8 round her estate making good use of the shade under the trees. 6 stayed to have a picnic they had brought, in Margaret's garden and had a good old chat. All socially distanced. The group seemed impressed.
Lazing on the Beach
Saroj has been out and about in Norfolk and spotted these seals on a beach taking advantage of the lack of people with everyone else in Bournemouth. It looks like some of them have taken advantage of the 'eat out to help out' offer and are indifferent to her presence. All except one who thinks this might be an invasion of privacy.
Walking Group - July
As lockdown restrictions have eased then the walking group had its first attempt at a socially distanced walk, in bubbles of no more than six. A route with wide footpaths was chosen, and a shorter than normal walk just to get the limbs moving again. Because of the weather the date of the walk was rescheduled at short notice but still ten regular walkers came along so we were able to create two bubbles. It was a lovely morning and everyone agreed it worked out well. More walks will be scheduled in the coming weeks. Keep a lookout for emails or check on the Events page.
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Isn't it amazing just how quickly people jump on the bandwagon.
The Walking group
The Walking group this year has been supported by over 20 intrepid explorers in both January and February. It continues to provide fresh air, exercise and enjoyment for the well-being of everyone. This second walk of the year was led by Janet and Norman.
From The Millstream to Willian in beautiful sunshine (note the shades) it took in water hazards, early flowers and architecture. All rounded off by lunch at the hostelry.
The 2019 Xmas event
was very well attended with over 100 members eagerly anticipating a fun afternoon. And we weren't disappointed.
The Creative Writing group got everything off to a great start with a pantomime that they had written and performed. The baddies were booed and the boy and girl lived happily ever after - and there was a well-earned round of applause.
The quiz had people scratching their heads, and the winning team was awarded a small prize.
After tea and snacks Ruby led the carol singing while Angela ensured everyone gave their all, including solos from the 3 wise men.
An excellent way to end the year. Happy Xmas and a good New Year to everyone.
Herts Network Quiz 2019
After a year off the Herts Network quiz resumed this year with a vengeance.
26 teams took part leaving little room for the scorers to collect the answers. Our intrepid team this year is seen taking a breather from the full on concentration. The myriad brain teasers left one of us wondering when tea would be served. But we managed a very creditable mid-way result.
The winners were Chorleywood. The full score sheet is attached.