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May Newsletter from Graham Evans

Denbigh and District Probus Club

 

 Precis of Meeting May 13th 2024

 

 

 I welcomed everyone to the meeting. Number present  We had 4guests and 4 potential new members, John and Dawn Roe and Barry Smith and Carole Crosby also our speaker, Chanel Humphreys-Jones

 

We have had apologies received from

Pam Pritchard

Alun Heddwyn Jones

Carol And Keith Lester

Eifion Jones

Duncan Cameron

Gwyn Evans

Peter Gibson

Huw Wilkie

Ian Glass

Bryn Davies

Shan Morris.

We look forward to seeing them all again at future meeting.

      

I gave an “offering of thanks”

 We give thanks for the recent fine spell of weather

We hope everyone has enjoyed their gardens

without causing too many bad backs

 

We then had our meal which this month was Steak and Kidney pudding

Following the meal we had our traditional toast to the King.

I then commented on the Summer Outing on the Llangollen Steam Railway. Corwen to Llangollen and return train trip with afternoon tea, wishing everyone a great trip and thanking David Roberts for his expert advice and being such a fine host on board the train. We look forward to seeing all the photographs on the Probus website.

Our prospective members each outlined a brief history of their experiences and a short personal biography which Andrew Faulkner kindly sent us all when we were asked to vote.

The 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Denbigh Probus Club is taking place at the Oriel Hotel on Saturday October 19th. A date to keep in your diaries. A chance to bring guests and join in the celebrations.  

This month’s birthdays were celebrated by Gareth Williams, Peter Gibson,

Sue Ellis Roberts, Charles Rees, Anne Mellor, Pamela Pritchard and Gaynor Lowe

 

We had a 10 minute break and when we returned I introduced our speaker, Chanel Humphreys- Jones, who presented her talk about her experience of establishing Cathedral Frames and illustrated it with examples of the high quality of workmanship which goes into meeting the needs of customer. 

Julia Hughes has provided us with an excellent synopsis of the talk, which Steve Tootell has published on the Probus website where we can all read it.

There were several questions for the speaker after which John Barr extended a vote of thanks to the speaker on behalf of the membership.

 

The Meeting was closed with the toast to Denbigh and District Probus Club.

 The next meeting will be on Monday June 3rd when our speaker, Helen Papworth      will give a talk entitled “H.M.Stanley the scramble for Africa.”

 

Graham Evans (President)

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