On Friday 14th December, 27 Members, wives, partners, friends & guests gathered at the Alderley Arms Hotel to celebrate the Shed’s 1st Shed Dinner. Many ladies knew each other from school days and of course Church functions. Two long tables in a semi private area were handsomely decorated by the Hotel Staff, who made us all very welcome and efficiently dealt with the orders in a highly professional manner. The food was high quality and competitively priced. No doubt the Alderley Arms will see a return booking for “Christmas in July” in 2019.

The Secretary was appointed Shed Photographer of the Day, and the results are shown in a random WordPress gallery option below. Click an image to enlarge. Please advise the Editor for copy files if required. ID a photo by hovering your mouse over an image.

The Editor/Webmaster invites any Member to forward photos for publication, noting that names are not published without permission under Shed Policy.


Author: Editor

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2 thoughts on “SOCIAL”


    “We Happy Few” (about 32) gathered tonight at the Alderley Arms for our 2nd Shed Dinner. Good company, tall stories and a few grogs. All went down well. Thanks to Denis our Social Convenor for the Event. A lot of planning and chasing and follow up. Looking forward to any photos taken.


    In due course the Secretary will forward the photos taken at the Shed Dinner. Copies are available on request, just log in with your email and the Webmaster will oblige.

    PS: Now done and published as a Word Press ‘gallery’ option, with mouse scanning over features.

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