The 50th Anniversary lunch and social for members and partners was a great success both in
terms of food and drink and the fascinating entertainment from magician Peter Turner. Another
highlight was our outing on the Judith Mary narrow boat.
One of our latest walk used ginnels sited around Henbury and
Macclesfield. Members met at the Blacksmith’s Arms in
Henbury and finished at same for lunch. Many members
brought a flask and biscuits to sustain them on their journey!
Contact Roy Vickery or Ian Battersby for details of future
planned walks (weather permitting!)
ARMCHAIR TRAVELS OF THE PROBEX CLUBLouise Cahill was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Pownall Probex Club at the Cheshire Line Tavern in Cheadle. Louise is a locally based freelance journalist who has contributes to a variety of national and specialist publications. In her presentation she gave members an armchair tour of some unique places around the British Isles as well as throwing in some questions to puzzle about along the way. Pownall Probex Club, founded in 1969, as a member of the Probus movement and offers a series of Wednesday morning meetings for men who are retired or semi-retired from business. It is a social group which also arranges periodic lunches for members and partners and occasional outings of a social nature.[Photo shows: Louise Cahill with Chairman David Marmion and fellow member and past-chairman Alan Cooper.]