A party was enjoyed by players, family and friends at the community centre on 30 December. The hall was used to play games on the bowling mats. This was good fun as children and adults could compete on equal terms.
The kitchen came in useful serving drinks, hot and cold. Food was supplied by members of the club and laid out in the lounge for people to help themselves, which they did with gusto.
A separate table had to be brought into use for the delightful deserts. The lounge was able to seat everyone and old and new members had a re-union chatting, and eating.
Everyone helped to clear up after the festivities and thanks was given to all those who contributed.
On Saturday 22 September members of the North Luffenham Carpet Bowls Club (NLCBC) met in the Community Centre.
The occasion was the Singles Competition which is held every year about this time. It is a prelude to the coming start of the League competitions in which the NLCBC enters two teams, Fourteen players took part in a ‘Round Robin’ and were supported by members of the Club, relatives and friends.
Of course competition was keen, with many cliff hanging moments, Play went on all afternoon. The out come was: Tim Smalley – took the Winners Cup and the Club Shield. The runner up was Thomas Ellis taking the Trophy. Well done and congratulations to them both. The presentation was made by Katy Ellis.
An entertaining and enjoyable time ended with a serving of fish and chips all round.