Another very successful Christmas Lunch for the GPHS.
This year’s Christmas lunch had the largest attendance so far, including our oldest member, Don Grammar, aged 93
As usual the food was fantastic and during and after the lunch, there was live music with plenty of audience participation. The surprise was a Moroccan Dancer, who accompanied the live music. Everyone enjoyed her beautiful dancing and a few members were encouraged to join in.
The afternoon ended at 4 o’clock with many members not wanting to leave. Another very successful Christmas Lunch for the GPHS.
Seasons Greetings to all Members and a Happy and Healthy 2020.
The Trading Hut at Cheyne Walk Allotments is now officially closed until 9th February although weather permitting it will be open from time to time at weekends.
When the Hut reopens, there will be four varieties of seed potatoes and two varieties of onion sets on sale, as well as all the usual items. The Society endeavours to maintain low prices for all the products and keep well stocked to meet member’s requirements.
The 78th Annual Show
Another very successful Annual Show with 34 entrants exhibiting over 280 entries.
The new categories for Butternut Squash and Vegetable Cake were well received and will be included again in 2020.
Despite erratic weather conditions and the Show taking place a week later, our members were able to produce a wonderful selection of vegetables, fruits and flowers and a vast array of preserves and baking. The Mayor of Enfield, Cllr Kate Anolue gave an inspiring and encouraging speech.