2020 EVENTS 

26th February 2020

Twenty members attended the AGM at The Gallow.  David Coles explained his proposed updates

to the club's constitution, as the previous version was now 20 year's old and did not reflect

the modern FAC. The new constitution was adopted unanimously. There were also

two enjoyable quizzes prepared by Brian and Heather Monks and Geoff Coley.

22nd February 2020

The last breakfast of the winter was held at Great Walsingham Barns Cafe and thirty-three members enjoyed the excellent food with some taking home their renowned pies.  Jack and Hazell were thanked for organising the event

and the raffle raised over £70 for the Fitzroy Norfolk.

The Winter Walk – 9th February 2020 

The walk this year was more of a challenge - Storm Ciara was whipping up winds up to 60mph, 

but that didn’t put off more than a dozen brave (mad) walkers. After the walk the Sea Marge

in Overstrand provided a delicious meal and looked after us admirably.

Nigel and Jenny Wright were thanked for all their hard work in organising the event.

Breakfast at Hamptons – 25th January 2020

Brian Monks opened the gathering with the sad announcement that Ray Davies’ partner Ann had passed away suddenly on Friday morning following a cardiac arrest during the previous night. There was a moments’ silence for those who knew Ray and Ann to reflect on their

friendships with them and express their heartfelt sympathies for Ray.

Otherwise, the food was good and the service excellent in an occasionally subdued atmosphere. The Fitzroy centre will be happy that our first raffle raised £87. 

Congratulations to everyone.

Club Night – 22nd January 2020

Brian presented a cheque for £1450 to Tammy Green of The Tapping House Hospice, the

Club’s charity for 2019. Tammy explained in detail the aims of and services

provided by the charity, which go far beyond those that one might expect.

Our 2020 charity is Fitzroy Norfolk which provides nursing care for people with special

support needs and Gary Hurn and Will Thompson explained the work of the

charity and brought along some goodies to help publicise it. 

Both charities encourage people to visit them and see for themselves what they do for our community. 

Special thanks are due to Heather and Brian for their their sterling work in 

organising fund raising raffles amongst many other things.

Sunday, 15th March 2020

Despite the Coronavirus threat and a miserable weather forecast, twenty five members met at

the Fakenham Marketplace for coffee in advance of a ninety minute drive for lunch at the

Ferry Inn, Reedham. A shiny bright red Beetle was a new addition to the club’s line-up. 

Upon arrival we were greeted by a bracing wind before taking shelter in the warm

and friendly pub.  The food was excellent as were the staff and everyone seemed

to enjoy themselves. Jack and Hazell did a superb job in organising the event

and choosing such a varied and interesting route from Fakenham.

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