Thursday, 28 October 2021

Stoke Row Lunch

Tucking in: a lunch for people aged 60-plus was served at Stoke Row village hall. Sixty-six people enjoyed the meal,

Tucking in: a lunch for people aged 60-plus was served at Stoke Row village hall. Sixty-six people enjoyed the meal, paid for by the Stoke Row village hall committee and prepared by a team of volunteers. The Crooked Billet restaurant in the village cooked the turkey, while musician Eddie Hall provided the entertainment. Organiser Tilley Smith has been hosting the lunch for the last six years. She said: "The event has been going for a long time. A lot of people tell me how their parents used to come to it." Left to right, Jo Roll, Ray Tee, and Sylvia and Christopher Brakspear

Tucking in: a lunch for people aged 60-plus was served at Stoke Row village hall. Sixty-six people enjoyed the meal, paid for by the Stoke Row village hall committee and prepared by a team of volunteers. The Crooked Billet restaurant in the village cooked the turkey, while musician Eddie Hall provided the entertainment. Organiser Tilley Smith has been hosting the lunch for the last six years. She said: "The event has been going for a long time. A lot of people tell me how their parents used to come to it." Left to right, Jo Roll, Ray Tee, and Sylvia and Christopher Brakspear

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