PUBLISHED: 11:41 05 January 2006 | UPDATED: 09:24 06 May 2010
The new series of meetings commences THIS Saturday in the Letchworth Free Church, starting at 8pm. The speaker will be Robert Strivens and he will attempt to answer the question, Who are God s children? All are welcome. Herts Variety: Several LGC people
The new series of meetings commences THIS Saturday in the Letchworth Free Church, starting at 8pm. The speaker will be Robert Strivens and he will attempt to answer the question, "Who are God's children?" All are welcome.
Herts Variety: Several LGC people took part in the group's two-night show in Baldock just before Christmas and the audience really loved the entertainment. The group managed to raise £600 from the shows, which was split between a children's charity, the Wood Green Animal Shelter and Dogs for the Disabled. In thanking the group, the representative from the last charity, on receiving the cheque, bought tears to almost everyone present with her stories of how wonderful the dogs are that help the disabled to try and live as normal a life as possible. Comedian Keith Watson was at his superb best, the show was well produced by wife Linda, the talented cast were on great form and I was very pleased to be part of the show with a special guest spot.
World War Two: Vicky Rawlings from the town's Heritage Museum will talk, 'Letchworth During The Second World War' at the next meeting of the Letchworth Gate Afternoon Townswomen's Guild meeting on January 13, starting at 2.15pm, in the Central Methodist Church Hall, Norton Way South. Admission only 50p - visitors welcome. At its December meeting, the Guild were entertained with some varied and amusing Christmas readings. Nan Appleby gave the vote of thanks. I know Christmas is now over and luckily, I hear you say, so are this columnist's Christmas jokes - not yet I am afraid, as I leave you with a one-liner until next Christmas. Why was Santa's little helper depressed? Because he had low elf esteem!