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Back to Saturday and Nostalgia Day was terrific. Our Club packed from 10am until we had to shut down at 4.30pm.  Such a lot of interest and people reminiscing and reviving old friendships.  Such a huge amount of old photographs, documents, programmes were screened ready to be archived.  It is simply amazing What John Freeman in particular and his team have achieved. They were rightly pleased and proud of Saturday and all that happened in our Club.  
All our volunteers are wonderful but special mention to Nigel who served on our bar for hours showing off his award of 2 new sticks to go with his new knee!
Very busy for many and by the time they finished many looked like scarecrows!

Static Bike Riding in the evening went well and we hope the Kindergarten boosted their funds.  Could have been more people attending but fatigue had set in for some.  Well done to David W for organising a really enjoyable event.

By the way- the Harvest flowers at our Parish Church are a sight to behold. Consider taking a walk or ride up there during this Indian Summer before they fade. The Church door is always unlocked.


Film Show this Thursday (18th)  We are screening  Father Goose a 1964  Oscar winning classic staring Cary Grant as a wartime observer on a desert island who finds himself responsible for Leslie Caron (why do some people get all the luck- Leslie we mean of course!)
Sounds fun.  Lights dim at 7.30 by which time you should have a nice drink in your hand and found a comfy chair.  All for £1 donation- is there no end to our amazing village?

This weekend.  ELVIS of course on Saturday evening. He has been before and we want him again and again!  Great way to spend your evening relaxing to those wonderful songs presented by this very talented Elvis.
FREEEEEE to Club members.  (Visitors sign the book and put their donation in one of our charity boxes)
Talking of charity -someone left a large envelope with used stamps inside for the 'talking dogs' also in it was a KEY!  Have you lost one?

Treasure Chest this Friday and just about £300 to be won!!!  Six keys left -will the right one be chosen by the 'raffle' winner?  What a nice way to start a weekend but you have to be there and buy tickets to stand a chance.  Draw around 9.15pm.

So pleased to hear that our village Football Club are doing well in the shirts we sponsored. Won their Cup game against the mighty Westerham Reserves 6-3 !Make a point to watch their next games at the Doghouse 
Field.

Pauline reports a marvellous result from the enjoyable Macmillan Coffee Morning. Just over £700 raised, with the bit from the last Men's Breakfast. Fantastic- well done to her and her helpers.

Last week's deliberate mistake noted by one of our readers in Cornwall.
Weal of Kent Morris should have been Weald of Kent. He thought we had started a Tin Mine. (Weal Jane etc)