Christmas 2011 at Scarisbrick - 2nd - 4th December 2011
Many thanks to Gingy and Tony for the loan of their cameras when mine died a sad death as well as Paul for allowing me to download hundreds of photos onto his new laptop so I could bring them home with me to work on.
It's a good job Peter brought his water
wings (and his sense of humour), he was completely flooded in because
of the blocked grid in the corner
It was a little bit wet this weekend but we didn't let a little thing like that spoil our fun!!!
Even the kitties dressed up for Christmas.
I asked our members to bring some
prezzies for the raffle table to make this a raffle to
remember for our 90th birthday year, they more than did us proud. Thanks to everyone
who donated a prize, and also to everyone who bought raffle tickets to make us a spooky
amount of money without even trying. Well done everyone!!!!!!!!!!
This l'il elf was a busy bee all weekend, baking millions of cakes and a million and one other things too.
The childrens party gets under way
Fun and games with Uncle Les
Many hands make light work. Thanks
to everyone who helped decorate and prepare
the hall ready for the party, and also the small band of helpers who stayed behind late
on Saturday night to put the tables and chairs away, remove the decorations and literally
scrubbed the hall and rooms to within an inch of it's life. Santa's little helper even brought
along a hoover from Lapland to clean the place, as well as a Lapland tree.
Our tea party ladies with some of the plates they prepared for the childrens party.
Our favourite entertainer Kris Krazy kept us all highly amused for most of the afternoon....
The Mup-pets dancing along to Kris Krazy
We were served a delicious tea of stew,
chicken curry or chips and chicken nuggets,
by Chris, Bernie, Lynne and many helpers. Thanks everyone, can't wait for our next
George being served his much needed din
dins. Thanks for getting the food George and
also for keeping us entertained with the disco all weekend, as well as the million and one
other tasks too.
It wouldn't be Christmas without Santa
and his little helper, although he must have called
into Southern Ireland on his way over as he seemed to have picked up a bit of an Irish accent!!!
It was Amy's 11th birthday in the week so she celebrated it in LSWLDA style.