INKERSALL: Co-Operative Women’s Guild ‘doing well despite their ages’

Reaching the end of 2012, the Inkersall Co-operative Women’s Guild members felt they were still doing well despite their ages.

Christmas lunch held at Ringwood Hall went very well and was enjoyed by all.

In December the club members were shown films by the secretary, Mrs D. Mears. Theses covered a variety of places. Chatsworth House and its lights and the story they told as one travelled through the rooms; Renishaw Hall and the gardens, finally, there was Sandringham and its wonderful gardens. Mrs Mears was thanked for a good evening enjoyed by all.

The following week the guild welcomed the ex-servicemen’s choir, something enjoyed by all the members and the guild will have to remember to book them early because they are so popular!

The last night of 2012, was the guild buffet night which was enjoyed by all. Mrs E. Hill played the piano for members to sing Christmas hymns. At the closure of the evening, everyone was thanked for making eh evening a success.

“We shall be back in January”, said Mrs M. Meakin the president.