Watton Society’s October meeting began with the AGM. The meeting was well attended by members with the President, the Mayor, in the chair. All Officers and Committee were re-elected for another year..Thanks were given to the committee for the entertaining year, After the business, the evening was followed by the speaker, Gina Dormer, Chief Executive, Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind, soon to become Vision Norfolk. Beginning with a bit about the history (it was started in 1805) and how it has progressed to the modern day. Thomas Tawell House provides residential care, while Hamond Court is for independent living with warden cover. Organising outings and visits and entertainment is all part of the service. Basic tools and equipment to make life easier are also available and were on show. A very interesting talk and very well presented. Vision Norfolk is a charity for all people with impaired vision. Our next meeting is our last one of 2019, our Christmas event on Wednesday 18th December at 7.45pm at the Watton
Christian Community Centre when we will be entertained by Bryan Thurlow who is talking about “Music Hall Memories”. Mulled wine and mince pies will be on the menu.
£6 Members and £8 for non members. Looking forward to seeing everyone then.