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February 2021 Zoom Meeting
Twenty four members tuned in, switched on or logged onto our first zoom meeting since lockdown on Wednesday 10th February. It was lovely to see everyone. Our speaker was James Haddow, the Taxi Driver Poet who now spends his time writing and performing his poetry whenever and wherever he can. His style is lighthearted, casual and comical. Lots of laughter showed us that we had a very entertaining evening. A short business meeting followed.
We now have our next 2 zoom meetings planned : 10th March - Jackie Sumerfield, how to make a beautiful and interesting journal.
14th April: A.G.M and Baroness Bolsover’s Afternoon Tea Etiquette, Talk and Demonstration.
January  2020
Our first meeting of the year was about limiting the use of plastic items and reusing the ones that we have. Elise and Sue explained how and why they opened the Recco Store in Tiptree. Many items are for sale at the shop where you can buy as much or as little of a product. Take your own container and fill up on items such as cornflakes, shampoo, washing up liquid and so much more.
Bonnie Hill visited us this month. For twenty seven years she took on the role of being a Magistrate. Now retired, she regaled us with interesting facts about this voluntary work.
Plants from Around the World and How to Use Them was the title of our talk for this month. Linda Blunt entertained and educated us with her slides and tested our knowledge of plants.
Seventeen members and one visitor attended this Annual Meeting. Masks in all sorts of colours and patterns were worn and distances kept.
A Wild Safari in Brazil was the topic for the evening with Graham and Mary Brace sharing their beautiful photographs. Their passion for the birds and animals they had encountered on their trip was very much in evidence.

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