We enjoyed a day trip to the lovely city of Bath yesterday. The highlights included a visit to the magnificent Abbey, a walk along the famous Royal Crescent and afternoon tea at one of the oldest house in Bath, Sally Lunn’s and a little window shopping:)
Enjoying the buskers outside the Abbey
The Royal Crescent
Time for tea at Sally Lunn’s
The deadline for reservations for the 25th. Celebration lunch is SEPTEMBER 1st.
Catering by: Sheila Sindrey
Dairy Bridge Cuisine
Dairy Bridge Cottage, Tixall Mews Road, Tixall, Stafford, ST18 0XT
Please send your reservation slip to Rose Gwilt. Contact details in the AUGUST Newsletter.
Rose Gwilt at Arley Hall Gardens, August 2014
CELEBRATORY LUNCH TO MARK OUR 25th ANNIVERSARY NOW SOLD OUT
The celebration cake
You are cordially invited to a Stafford (Walton) Phoenix Activities Club Celebration Lunch on
Saturday 8th November 2014 at Walton Village Hall
Reception 12.30pm, followed by a two course lunch at 1.00pm
£15.00 per person (you are welcome to bring your own wine)
Early booking is essential for the lunch as reservations are limited. Please reply, using the booking slips in the newsletter, by 1st September 2014, to Rose Gwilt.
TEA PARTY TO MARK OUR 25TH ANNIVERSARY
A Tea Party with Barn Dancing, Social Dances and Quizzes will follow lunch, starting at 3pm. There is a separate charge of £4.00 for this event, which will include light refreshments. You are invited to enjoy the ambience or put on your dancing shoes and join in a variety of dancing.
Please reply to Rose Gwilt, using the booking slip in the newsletter, by 1st September 2014.
Many thanks to Janet Palmer for organising an outing to Arley Hall & Gardens.
We enjoyed the delightful gardens in the sunshine, an informative tour of Arley Hall, a visit to the chapel and a delicious lunch in the Tudor Barn Restaurant.
For folks who were unable to join us on the trip, check out the website:
Disney Channel to make first UK production and its chosen Arley as its location.
Evermoor, about an American teen who is uprooted from her city home in the US for a new start in England, will be filmed at Arley Hall. It will be produced by Liverpool-based Lime Pictures, the company behind Hollyoaks and The Only Way is Essex. Due to air this autumn, it will be the first UK production to be shown on the Disney Channel.
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Ruth and Betty relaxing in the sunshine
Jenny Barrett and friends enjoyed lunch in the Tudor Barn Restaurant
St. Mary’s chapel Continue reading History outing to Arley Hall & Gardens Wednesday 6th August 2014