|Posted by fourswansvision on November 7, 2016 at 9:25 AM|
Four Swans Vision is certainly keeping busy. There is still no good news regarding an office and meeting space for our members, but we are keeping our members busy and active.
Recent trips included the D – day event at Hunter’s Meet, and a day trip by train to a very blustery Southend. In July, we enjoyed the sunshine at Bexhill-on-Sea, where the fete had a 1920’s theme. One of the events was to try to break the world record of the most people doing the Charleston for five minutes. One of our members joined in, but sadly there wasn’t enough people to create a new world record.
Another popular outing was a trip to the East Anglian Transport Museum, where we enjoyed nostalgic rides on the trams and trolleybuses, and we were treated to some very informative talks by the guides there who certainly know their history.
There are more trips planned to the seaside through August and September, and also trips to the Spotlight in Broxbourne, where we enjoy the musical treats they offer, and have a sing-a-long.
Picture of FSV trip to the D-Day Cabaret at Hunters Meet.
We will be out and about in the area fundraising and promoting our group, so if you spot us, please do come over and say hello.
Alan, Lisa and the FSV team.