Over three dozen members and their guests enjoyed a traditional Christmas dinner at the Fox and Hounds in Willingham by Stow on Wednesday 17th December. Below are a number of photographs taken during the night.
The Surplus Equipment Sale was once again a great success albeit numbers were slightly down on previous sales. Below are a few pictures showing some of the equipment being sold together with some of our visitors and club members.
It is hoped to hold another Surplus Equipment Sale in April next year.
It is by popular demand that we are putting on hot dogs and mushy peas at the Surplus Equipment Sale on Wednesday 29th October. Tea and coffee will also be available during the evening.
There will be a Surplus Equipment Sale on Wednesday 29th October 2014 in the BSA Village Hall, Aisthrope, LN1 2SG.
The photos below show a few of the items being sold and some of the visitors to the surplus equipment sale in April this year.
Booking in will commence at 1900 hours with the sale starting at 2015 hours.
An Intermediate Course was successfully completed when David Kelly, Tom Williams, Victoria Williams and Fiona Farrer passed their exam which was held in the BSA Village Hall at Aisthorpe on Sunday 7th September 2014.
Pictured l-r are David M6FSB, Tom M6TMO, Ian G4XFC (Course Instructor), Vicki M6VKW and Fiona.
Relaxing in the shack before work commenced.
For the amount of people that turned up to help at the shack this morning (26th July) there was a lot of varying activities; washing down the shack, work again on the SteppIR, repairs to the white board and Les found a use for some of the grease in the drum at the end of the shack and greased the trailer mast.
After the ends of the shack had been washed down Peter M0EJL and James G0EUN started painting whilst Steve M5ZZZ, Gerry G6KGG, Bob G7AVU and Pam G4STO concentrated on getting the north side washed down but had to be careful as Bob didn’t mind where he was throwing water! Oh yes the Village Hall had another load of gravel to level which Les G1LQB helped Steve with and then Village Hall Steve cut the grass.
Roger G3PVU, Bob G3VRD and Stan 2E0SJP worked on the SteppIR. I think Rob M6FTJ sorted something in the loft for G7AVU but he couldn’t stay long and Ken G3NIC asked for a job but we were all too busy to sort something out for him. Pictured at below at the end of the shack. G7AVU on the ladder washing the wall down.
I don’t think I’ve missed anyone from the helpers. Also you will see from the photos I didn’t manage to get everyone while they were working, just while they were resting. Sorry Gerry and Steve.
Refreshments were prepared for the workers by G4STO.