THE “1915 Street Party” seemed to be a great success.

Certainly the members who were involved had a good time and visitors entered into the spirit of the occasion especially joining in with the old time songs.

There was a comprehensive display of the clubs and activities which members enjoyed, proving that it was not just ‘Jam and Jerusalem’.

Several members took part in the fun quiz at Cranage Village Hall and Stella Potts, Diana Blake and Pat Alston came second in the competition.

The book club meets again on November 26 and will be reading Ice Twins.

The Rail Group is off to Liverpool on December 2.

The October meeting was hosted by a group of members.

Ruth Robinson was acting president and Carol Wood read out the minutes from members night 2014, Dagmar Barnes was the speaker for the night and gave a fascinating account of her younger life growing up in post war Germany.

Anne Thorpe won the competition for a piece of wartime memorabilia and Geraldine Widd won the teapot competition.

The plant was sent to Fay Ellis who unfortunately has broken her wrist.

There were several birthdays to celebrate this month so a rousing “happy birthday” was sung to them all .