Lots of news from Wragby
Supper club - In May, there was a visit to the Cottage Museum at Woodhall Spa.
It was a brilliant evening and everyone enjoyed the vast history enclosed in such a compact area, many having been before but still finding things of great interest.
The evening concluded with a supper at the Methodist Church opposite the museum.
On July 17, the club will be visiting the farm of Martin Chapman from Saltfleet.
The Bubblecar Museum at Langrick will be the venue on August 21, with tickets on sale now for £10, which includes admission to the museum and a two-course meal to follow. Call Sue Johnson on 01673 858265 or Mo Fricke on 01673 858334.
There are no membership requirements for the Wragby Supper Club; everyone is very welcome to attend any meeting, but some must be booked due to catering.
Flying visit - Les Robinson would like to hear from anyone interested in visiting the Lincolnshire Aviation Museum at East Kirkby on the evening of July 20. Call him on 01673 857063.
Food handling course - The course has been arranged at the Methodist Church for Thursday, July 23, from 9.30am to 3.30pm.
This will be CIEH Level 2 Award in food safety. Places are limited; call Ann Lambert on 01673 857515.
Wragby WI - President Margaret Kane welcomed members and guests to the June meeting, when member Vicky James wore the outfit she had worn at the recent WI garden party at Buckingham Palace and also recited a poem she had composed about the trip.
The bowls match planned for June 1 had to be re-arranged due to the bad weather and Margaret Kane thanked members for making the teas at the recent annual parish meeting.
The speaker for the evening was Sue Bradley, who gave a very interesting and informative insight into the fun in science.
Flower of the month winners were Vicky James, Janet Box and Mary Lloyd.
The competition for an item with a rose were was won by Vera Smart, with Sue Morris second and Elaine Eccles third.
Next month’s meeting is on July 13, when the speaker will be Sue Scope on “Make up for black and white TV part two”. The competition will be for a homemade theatre mask.
Brownie sleepover - The annual Brownie sleepover holiday was held at Seagull House in Trusthorpe, where the girls were blessed with amazing weather and lots of exciting activities.
Friday night was a chance to explore after a fish and chip supper, while Saturday started with a morning on the beach with Roger and Lizzie from the wildlife trust, and a cupcake workshop in the afternoon.
A campfire with members of Wragby Guides, who were camping next door, rounded off the day. On Sunday, there was time to finish crafts and enjoy the sunshine.
During the weekend, the girls had the chance to complete several challenges, with some of them also receiving their cooks badge.