Tag Archives: Feast

Feast meeting!

This year’s Feast meeting was a great success. The Murley Hall was about as full as it’s ever been as members enjoyed a curry supper with the usual splendid array of desserts to follow.

Everyone had a happy time!

After our meal, we were entertained by stories from Shanty Baba.

To top it all off, we collected boxes and bags full of items to take to the Penzance food bank. Well done, everyone!

Click here to see more photos of the night.

A Feast to Remember!

Tonight’s Feast meeting was a real treat.

The Murley Hall was transformed with lovely crisp white tablecloths and beautiful vases of flowers. It’s never looked so good!

Hilda and Janet

Hilda and Janet

 

The company was great and we welcomed guests from several nearby Institutes as well as Advisor Liz Anderson.

Wendy and Wendy

Wendy and Wendy

We all enjoyed delicious beef stew (or vegetarian lasagne) and, of course, our usual fabulous array of sumptuous desserts.

Hazel and Jane

Hazel and Jane

After the meal, we were entertained by magician Philip Southwood who had us all in stitches!

Kathy and magician Philip Southwood

Kathy and magician Philip Southwood

A big thank you to all who helped make this a wonderful evening.

Click here to see more photos.

 

Pies, Puds and Aunt Sarah Anne

Last night was our annual Feast meeting and what a great time it was.

Image

Image

Julia and Janet raise their (empty?) glasses!

For those of you who were under the weather and missed it, we hope you’re feeling better.

We welcomed two new members as well as Advisor Liz Anderson, guests from Gulval W.I. and a few visiting friends.

Image

Margaret, Liz Anderson and Colleen enjoy their evening.

Image

A table of lovely smiling ladies.

Image

Hilda Bolitho, Hilda Burnett, Rona, Di and Niamh enjoy their meals.

After a delicious meal of chicken or homity pie and peas, we were all tempted by a mouth-watering array of desserts.

Image

The clean-up crew in the kitchen was working non-stop during the evening, and they deserve a big thank you!

Image

Once we’d had our fill of trifle, cheesecake and treacle tart, we were treated to some Cornish stories and poems by the delightful Liz Harman. Liz read from her book Now ‘Ark to Me and regaled us with her hilarious version of a W.I. committee meeting, as well as tales of Aunt Sarah Jane trying to buy a blue bag in Penzance.

Image

Liz Harman kept us all laughing with her Cornish tales and poems.

All in all, it was a fantastic evening. We can’t wait for next year’s Feast!