Don't forget! It is the December monthly meeting next Wednesday the12th from 7:00ish. We will wait a while before we order any food requirements so we all eat together but no problem if food not required. All Welcome. Agenda; Decide where the Jan meeting will be? AOB
The Gammon steak at the Kings Arms is lovely, but you’d have to ask Dr Watson about that. Good food, good humour, good company and a good time were enjoyed by all at the December meeting of the Norfolk section on 12th December, in Martham. 10 of us made it through a damp cold evening to meet up, the usual gang, 2 Ians, Dr Watson, Jon, Paul, no Ringo, Greg, Chris, Me, Jamie and Mel. We missed Rod but on such a night the trek from south of the border is a bit much.
After assembling in the restaurant we were herded into the function room where we were less likely to disturb the other customers. The KA was surprisingly full for a wet Wednesday evening. Having a room to ourselves was good because we could relax and be a bit loud if we wanted to, and we did. Greg provided 2 excellent quizzes which caused much head scratching and merriment. There were some tricky questions; the highest score was 20½ out of 50. Other scores were modest and no one failed to score. The mystery item, provided by Greg, was a good brain teaser as was the ‘name that micro car’ photo question.
Conversations ranged from “What machines have you purchased recently?” to “How can I get this apart?” and much more. The level of hilarity rose as the evening went on. It was great to see everyone on good form. Debate of the day was about the venue for the next meeting. No leaders were deposed and the ‘Ayes’ had it so we will be invading the metropolis of Dilham next month, see you at the Cross Keys. (only 250 miles from the Wirral).