Stoke Holy Cross-On-Sea

OK, so it wasn’t St Tropez! Rachel did her best by mooring her superyacht, but it was only 940mm long. It did, however, in full sail, form a magnificent centre-piece for the table.

Sixteen lovely ladies attended the beach party, suitably attired in glamorous beachwear. A beach miraculously appeared in ST George’s Hall, complete with sand, sea, umbrella, windbreak, inflatable dinghy, and deck chairs. There was already a blanket on one – the Germans had got there first!

The bathing was quite safe as we had the services of a fully qualified life-guard who had marked out the safe zones. She was vigilant and ever ready to administer the kiss of life but, I’m pleased to report, that this was not necessary! Food was plentiful and the conversation flowed.

It was good to see Georgina return for a second time and to welcome Tina to her first Oasis meeting. I hope they will both be frequent visitors in the future.
Lilly showed us the new display boards that she, Dee, Theresa and Amy have redesigned and reminded us of the upcoming Norwich Pride on Saturday 30th July and King’s Lynn Pride on Saturday, 20th August.
King’s Lynn Pride is the same day as our August Oasis meeting, so, as I’m not sure how many people are likely to be there, it will be a simple Ladies Food Night evening. A chance to wear a nice summer frock and chat with friends. The cost for the evening will be £5. Look out for the post in August.

I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at Norwich and King’s Lynn Prides.
Love and best wishes,

2 thoughts on “Stoke Holy Cross-On-Sea

  1. Light in numbers but great in spirit, what a lovely evening we had at the beach party. The setting was just superb, REAL SAND, sun brolly’s, deck chairs a safety boat and lifeguard, even the sun was shinning. Great company with laughter and chatting plus a mountain of food.
    Thank you all for such a lovely evening.
    Jojo. xx

  2. You all lookalike you had a fabulous time, hope you had your sun block on, it was rather hot.

    Loraine and I couldn’t, sadly, be with you but we we’re having a wonderful time in Brighton supporting and being part of Trans Pride, the oldest and original Trans Pride in Europe (oh, nearly forgot, and in the UK).

    While I do have a 12 minute video of the parade, the YouTube video footage taken from a Drone does far better justice. Two and a half minutes taken as the parade nears Brunswick Gardens.

    Take care, see you at Norwich Pride

    Love and hugs to all xxx

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