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Posted on Friday, October 14, 2022
Members of the Sunflower Memory Café were delighted to accept an invitation to visit the Romney Marsh Model Engineering Society on 29 September.
Our 28 clients, carers and volunteers enjoyed refreshments served by Ann and Sheila in the Society’s clubhouse, and a brief introduction from their Vice Chairman.
As well as a tour of the society’s train projects, a highlight of our visit was to take rides around the circular train track. The three engines - and their very knowledgeable drivers - were ‘steamed’ up and running, and many of our guests, accompanied by volunteers, sped round the track with others cheering on from the side-lines. We learnt about the coal used to power the trains (small anthracite from Wales), and enjoyed watching a model train running around the tracks, as well as a war tank and drone, which were also on display.
We all enjoyed a lovely buffet lunch, provided by Bakery 64 thanks to a generous donation from The Rotary Club of Romney Marsh, after which we were able to sit on the club house veranda and enjoy the lovely warm autumn sun. We would like to thank everyone in the society for the tremendous thought and effort that the Society members had given to our visit - a great day out for all and many happy memories made.
Our grateful thanks also to Peter Gallon and John Wimble who facilitated our visit and all Society members for their help and support on the day, as well as our wonderful volunteers.
The Sunflower Memory Café at the Old School New Romney meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month 10 – 12, St. Mary Bay Sunflower Memory Café meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at St. Marys Bay Village Hall 10 – 12 and Pebbles Café meets at St. Peters Church Hall, Greatstone, 2nd and 4th Thursday’s of each month 10.30 – 12MD. All are very welcome – no referral is required and the sessions are free.
Words by Wendy Richley
Posted on Monday, January 22, 2024
Kind Donation to the Work of the Romney Marsh Community Hub
Posted on Wednesday, January 17, 2024
Interesting new Campaign from the Centre for Aging Better
Posted on Thursday, January 11, 2024
New Romney Charity Shop Officially Open
Posted on Tuesday, November 7, 2023
Our AGM will be held on the 24th of November at 3.30pm at the Hub in Rolfe Lane.