Ladies Fellowship - April 2017

Muriel welcomed members to the April meeting and led a short service, with Llinos reading the lesson.

Ann and Joan are both improving and hope to join us before too long.

We have had a new glass container made for the Cruet set on the Alter, this is our contribution to the new renovated Church.

Minutes were read and accepted.

Final arrangements were made for our trip in May, visiting Llandre and Llanbadarn Churches.

Mrs Enid Hoyle was our speaker and told us about her childhood in Lancashire. Born in Richton in a two-up two-down house. Rishton was a cotton town, with mills built on the river banks, which provided transport for the finished cotton. There were clogs and cobbled streets, no phones and outside toilets. At the age of 11 she passes her 11 plus and entered the Grammar School.

Alice expressed her thanks to Enid for such an interesting talk, she also thanked the tea hostesses, Bronwen and Llinos.

Alice Hughes.