Guild Goings On The date of the Christmas lunch had to be altered at the last moment. Macclesfield College restaurant could not accommodate us on December 7th as planned. Still, we enjoyed an excellent lunch there on December 5th instead.
different types of penguins in the southern hemisphere) and many different kinds of birds native to the islands. The albatross lands once a year to lay its eggs on one of the remote islands. We also saw Sally the seal on Seal Island. Peter also had slides of the war memorials to the forces who lost their lives in the Falklands War.
January saw the welcome return of Peter Kirk and his friendly wife. Georgina Wray opened the meeting with prayers and Peter Frecknall gave a reading from the Bible. All the members sent best wishes to Mary Pleeth and we pray for her speedy recovery.
Many thanks to Peter for an enjoyable afternoon. Roy and I would like to thank members for the lovely cyclamen plant presented to us on our retirement from organising the coach trips.
Peter Kirk gave a splendid slide show of his holiday in the Falkland Islands. After landing at The next meeting will be held in church on Port Stanley he travelled around the whole Wednesday 8th February at 2.30pm. The area, which consists of 778 islands. We saw speaker will be Graham Boyle. photographs of penguins (there are 17
HotPott - February 2017
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