Cameo club update

From Maura Dormer:

Kirkby on Bain CAMEO Club

Please note we have a change to our published programme for the meeting on the 21st August. This month will be an evening with Dinah Ward, ‘Decorating and Eating Cupcakes’ which was originally scheduled for September. New visitors are very welcome, if you are interested in joining us for the evening please call the secretary, Maura Dormer on 07708 947992 to ensure we have a cupcake waiting for you!!

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Cameo Club report: July 2018

CAMEO CLUB OF KIRKBY ON BAIN AND ROUGHTON- July Meeting

On 17th July Sadie Hirst from Woodhall Spa gave us a very interesting talk called ‘Off the Beeton Track’ Vintage Cook Books. Being involved in the well known butcher’s shop in Woodhall she felt her long interest in cook books sat very comfortably with the shop and the re-creation of recipes from the books she has been collecting over the last twelve years. She feels baking is ‘in her blood’. She said that cookery books speak much more than just the recipes but that she has found all sorts of interesting items within the pages detailing often the life history of the person who owned them and often contained a social record of the time.                          Continue reading

Cameo Club update

From Maura Dormer, Club Secretray

The next next meeting of the Kirkby on Bain CAMEO Club is Tuesday 17th July. All are very welcome; if you think you may like to join please come along to Roughton Village Hall at 7.30pm. Please note, change of talk – we still have Sadie Hirst giving the talk but the topic is now ‘Off the Beaten Track, Vintage Cookery Books’.

Cameo club: May 2018 report

From reporter Jill Russell

On Tuesday 19th June speaker Christine Chapman gave us a very interesting talk on ‘Lincolnshire Ladies and the Vote’. 2018 being the centenary of the gaining of women’s suffrage, this was a very relevant subject and Christine added to the interest by naming women activists in the Lincolnshire area.

The suffragette colours were Green, White and Violet and Christine pointed out that these initials could stand for Give Women Votes.

She was keen say that these were real women who believed that men and women should be given the same opportunities. However, in 1832 only one in seven men even had the chance or took the opportunity to vote themselves. The fight for women’s suffrage took place with the terrible backdrop of the Great War where women took on roles vacated by the fighting men. Continue reading

Cameo club report: May 2018

From Jill Russell:

On 15th May we had a visit from Chas Tibble on behalf of Skegness RNLI.

He gave us a very enlightening presentation and slide show starting with the history of the lifeboat service, on our part of the east coast, beginning with the first boats manned by ten and then twelve oarsmen, up to the most modern Shannon class fibre glass boat, ‘The Joel and April Gunnill’, which went into commission in 2017.

He stressed that the majority of crew are volunteers, often with family tradition, who give up their time and risk their lives to save people at sea, regardless of the conditions. Statistics from 2016 show 431 lives were saved and 8643 people rescued for one reason or the other.

He showed us some amazing early photos of the rowing boats setting out in ginormous seas, a lifeboat first stationed at Gibraltar Point from 1825 then moving gradually up the coast to Tower Esplanade in 1990.              Continue reading

Cameo club report, April 2018

From Cameo reporter Jill Russell:

17TH APRIL UKULELE BAND – CONINGSBY and TATTERSHALL STRUMMERS

We invited the Coningsby and Tattershall Strummers following a recommendation from committee member, Sue Carroll, who is an enthusiastic member of this band.

We had a ‘full house’ with a great turn out of members and also a record number of visitors of which among them there were a fair number of men. All attendees were very welcome!

We were furnished with ukuleles, tambourines and rattles and encouraged to sing along and make as much noise as possible which we duly did! Continue reading

Cameo Club report, March 2018

From Jill Russell:

Report on The Cameo Club of Kirkby on Bain and Roughton

The word Cameo stands for Come and Meet Each Other and meetings are held every third Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm in Roughton Village Hall. Any monies raised through entrance fees, raffles and number lottery goes towards our chosen charity which this year is the RNLI.

Long standing chair, Sue Wright stood down this year and thanks to her for all her hard work over the years. Carmita Booth was elected new chair.

Although traditionally a women’s group men have attended outside visits and activities such as going to Louth museum, Anwick Garden Centre and the pantomime. This year the new committee made the decision to actively encourage men to attend, particularly where they might be interested in the speaker. Continue reading