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Annual BBQ 17 and Fond Farewell

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We had a beautiful, sunny morning for our annual BBQ with very little wind. It was so warm that we struggled for space in the shade. We shared the day with members of our local Cheshire Home and Theresa Chapman, the mother of the late Robin Chapman. We fondly remember Robin as a drummer and a lover of wrestling. 


Maggi, as always bought and cooked the BBQ food and Charlie, Chrissy’s partner, sliced the onions. Our priceless volunteers brought in pasta and rice dishes with bowls of vegetables and fruit salad.


After this delicious lunch, the ACE chair, Robert Boyd had the bitter/sweet task of saying a huge thank you and sad farewell to Sam Watson as she takes up a new teaching post closer to home. Sam has been the tutor for the Write Way group for 13 years. Robert, members of the class and volunteers thanked her for her enthusiastic teaching, which encouraged so much hilarity and class participation. She always had an encouraging smile and wonderful arm ology that brought life and energy to her creative writing and poetry classes.


The class discussed the written work of many authors and wrote their own pieces during the lesson that they read out. They were tasked with weekly homework. They jointly wrote plays that they performed in theatrical costumes. ACE members loved these plays and their readings and we wished we had had a Sam Watson to teach us.


Class members presented Sam with her leaving presents and they all said how much they had enjoyed Sam’s classes and how she had guided them to become creative writers; changing their lives.
Many tears of joy were shed that day.

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