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Notes From The Chair……..

 

Our Member Arthur Beck will be laid to rest on Monday 24th February at Ormesby Parish church at 10.45.

Anyone wishing to join the club in their Rovers, are asked to meet at Filby Bridge Pub/Resturant for 10.30 to join a procession to the church.

All Members are Welcome.

Marie-Anne NNROC

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NNROC -Sad News

Dear NNROC

Sadly I have had a bit of bad news………..

Our former Treasurer/Membership Secretary of many years ………….Arthur Beck has sadly passed away after a serious illness.

Arrangements to follow……

Marie-Anne NNROC Chairman

xmas lunch 2019

Christmas Club Meal 2019

15th Dec 2019

Club Christmas Celebration

38 Club members enjoyed a sumptuous lunch to celebrate the the end of a fabulous year with the Norfolk and Norwich Rover Owners Club. Hope you’ve all enjoyed it too ?!!!! ?

Celebrating at The George Hotel, Newmarket Road,  Norwich,.,…..

Several Raffle prizes were given out by me and my Vice Chair Grant McCririck.

Thank you to all who came, so sorry, some cancelled due to ill health. Hope you get better soon guys…. You know who you are…Get better Soon xxxx

My first year in charge of the club has been challenging, but hope I have done well…….

Watch this space for more to come….

Thanks to my Committee and especially my Secretary Janet Cane…. Bless YOU ?

Here’s to a Very Merry Christmas and hope to see you soon in 2020.

DRIVE YOU’RE ROVERS SAFELY !!!!

Marie-Anne Read – Chairman NNROC

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Club Ladies Day

On Wednesday 20th November, it was the ladies turn to have a day out.

After a lot of deliberation, An Easton Bus trip to ‘Christmas at Kew’ was chosen and the tickets booked. As it was so close to Christmas we thought it would be a nice seasonal event to go to.

Due to poor Pam being unable to join us, our Club VP Russell James stepped into the breech to join us.

A tinsel decorated bus picked us up from Harford Park and Ride at 11.15 and we headed off. First stop was South Minns Services and to our surprise we were told there was enough time for a 2 hr stop in Windsor to have a look around.

Of course Windsor being no different from anywhere else, had lots of Christmas decorations up and we stopped to admire the huge Christmas Tree by the entrance to the Windsor Castle. After taking lots of photos we headed back to a Café by the bus Park to get a nice warm cup of Tea and slice of Cake !!

   

   

   

 

   

On the Bus again we were taken to Kew Gardens, very well organised Bus parking allowed us to get off by the gate and after a bag search, we headed into the vast gardens.

A walking path lead us around Kew.  It was an absolute horticultural delight, with so many trees and Christmas light displays in every Christmas colour you can think of !!

    

A Café and gift Shop half way around provided a warm up as by then the time was getting late and the temperature was dropping, good job we were all wrapped up warm….. I was very glad that I remembered my gloves !!  Although it added to the Christmas atmosphere, we were glad to warm up on the bus to go home.

A definite visit if you have the time……it was Magical !!

                             

Merry Christmas Everyone, Hope to see you all in 2020 !!

Marie-Anne Read