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Harwood once again made and decorated a cake to celebrate the occasion.
Runcorn Bridges feature in the decoration.
On the side of the cake Beryl
featured the day's other, rather minor, event: the Grand National.
bring together people from far-flung parts of the UK. Mark Trudgill (Yorkshire)and
Elaine Jones (Yorkshire, but living in exile in N.Wales) are with Trev
Hartley (Cumbria) and Tony Anson (currently residing in Norfolk).
Serious discussion follows introductions. Chris Robinson, Rob Nicholson, and Duncan Rose are on the Left, while (l. to r.) Ian Mossman, Adam Thorn, Ann Wolstenholme, DaveAckrill, and Tony Anson are on the Right.
are quite happy to just sit and listen . . .
Adrian Gothard and Beryl Harwood
Walker, and his sister Shelagh Humphries
. . Sue's camera is too small for hiding!
Eating and drinking are a vital part of any Zetmeet . . .
and Debbie Mossman decide on a pudding, while Mum tries desperately to
Ian, Debbie, and Adam watch as Tony attempts to ruin Suzy Oliverís image, while Neil Briscoe is equally oblivious to Tonyís fun.
watches Steve doing what comes naturally . . .
. . . Kt wants to know why
her glass is still empty.
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