The evening commenced with ringing at St Peter's in Wellesbourne, attended by approximately 20 people. Unfortunately the ringing was not up to our usual high standard, as we seemed to be beset with gremlins. These manifested themselves by ensuring not one of the methods attempted was completed successfully, and culminated with the rope breaking on the 7th!
The rope, however, was soon repaired and at 8-30pm we moved over to the Church Hall for the Christmas Party. Here we were met with a magnificent spread, the setting up of which was organised by Veronica Quinn and Linda Dane.
Having eaten, we settled down for Carol singing, led by Sophia Lewis-Skeath, with accompaniment from Linda Dane on piano and Benjamin Lewis-Skeath on tuba. There followed a raffle with tickets being sold by Stuart Cummings and Eliza Lewis-Skeath.
The party finished at 10-30pm, when John Nicholls thanked everybody for attending and making it a very successful evening.