Alton Webteam: February 2015
A couple of weeks ago, the six 14-year-olds in the Bronze group came on a map-reading day-walk on Broxhead Common. The temperature was just 2 degrees, with grey clouds scudding across the sky on a really strong northerly wind; fortunately everyone was well wrapped up to suit the occasion. We decided to stop around midday in the lee of a conifer plantation, out of the wind, and for that precise half-hour the sun came out — it was a most pleasant lunch stop! And, yes, they did learn a thing or two about navigation during the day!
I'm pleased to report that Victoria Scott has just achieved her Silver Award. She chose to tutor younger players in the school Brass Ensemble as her Volunteering activity, and for the Physical section spent six months improving her techniques at ballet. She played cornet as her Skill, and enjoyed her expedition with five friends last September in the Shropshire hills.
David Allan (84739)
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Alton All Saints Hard of Hearing Group invite friends to join us for T @ 3, a light afternoon tea, on the third Sunday afternoon of each month, from 3pm, in All Saints church hall.The next one is on Sunday 18th NovemberDo come and join us for home-made cakes and a...
Tuesday 6th November — Lip Reading with Maggie Short, Lip Reading Tutor, 2.30pmTuesday 20th November — Drop-In and catch up with friends and the activities of Knitters Anonymous over a cup of tea, 2pm in church hallFurther advice and support on hearing related matters may be obtained from deafPlus, 35 — 39 High Street, Aldershot GU11 1BH 01252 316005 ...
The Annual Harvest Festival Service, led by Rev Rachel Sturt, Anna Chaplain, for the Alton All Saints Hard of Hearing group, once again attracted a good congregation. With the generously donated food displayed amidst the autumn berries and hops the traditional harvest hymns were sung with great enthusiasm. The chosen readings were read by Jean, Liz and Julia, with Rev Rachel encouraging...
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