Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Thirty-five years in Old Buckenham

Luncheon Club celebrates
The Old Buckenham Luncheon Club, which provides the chance for people living on their own in the village and the surrounding area to get together once every fortnight for companionship and a 'home-cooked' meal, today celebrated having been going for the last thirty-five years.
There was wine on the table to enjoy with the roast chicken dinner followed by trifle and cream. Doris Monkhouse pointed out that there were some helpers who had been involved since the Luncheon Club was founded and that the cost of the meal, now £3.50, had been just 75p when things had started.

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