|Posted by fourswansvision on November 26, 2014 at 3:45 PM|
Four Swans Vision made the most of the hot sunshine this summer. We enjoyed a day at Whitstable at the oyster festival, and some of our members had an oyster or two. We also enjoyed a day out at Southend also at Hastings where we all tucked in to a fish n chip dinner and enjoyed afternoon tea from the café at the top of the cable car. Another trip that our members thoroughly enjoyed was a picnic along the tow path, followed by a boat trip along the River Lea.
We have also been out and about in the local area fundraising. We were at the Holmesdale tunnel and Waltham Cross summer events and we are planning to be at the Waltham Cross Christmas event. It was great to have the Mayor of the Borough of Broxbourne, Councillor Bren Perryman plant up a hanging basket blindfolded.
In October we bid a fond farewell to Sue-Jane O'Keefe, small groups development worker from CVSbeh, she has been an absolute credit and has helped us out many times since our conception. She is a very knowledgeable person in many areas and goes far above the call of duty for anyone in need. We wish Sue-Jane every success for the future.
Also in October, we took part in Supernova showcasing Four Swans Vision Visually Impaired Persons' Tennis Club. After a trip to a musical in November at Broxbourne, we have trips planned to Broxbourne Civic, Richmond Park, Kew Gardens and another picnic and boat trip either on the River Lea or the River Thames next year. We will also have a few trips to the seaside as all our members enjoy these days out.
The Committee at Four Swans Vision would like to thank everyone for their support and wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year 2015.