Sight Support Worthing members were treated to a great afternoon of songs from the 40s, 50s and 60s for our Halloween event. Kim Bonsor entertained members with a fabulous repertoire, especially enjoyed the final song ‘ Wish me luck as you wave me goodbye’, Kim had everyone joining in singing and waving. A fun time had by all, we hope to have Kim entertain again in the future. It was lovely to see Kim dress up for the occasion.
“Providing the Jam” Book Launch
West Sussex High Sheriff Caroline Nicholls and Worthing Deputy Mayor Hazel Thorpe were among special guests for the launch of the ‘Providing the Jam’ book at the charity’s headquarters in Rowlands Road, Worthing on Wednesday. The book written by co-authors Chris Hare and Lela Tredwell focuses on the past 100+ years of support our charity has provided. The book priced at £4.99 can be purchased from our headquarters in Rowlands Road.
Beethoven to boogie woogie, ragtime to rock and roll. 20 people had an enjoyable afternoon listening to Stefan play the piano. He has promised to return later in the year, when he will be playing a few more sing-along tunes. He will be playing a few more sing-along tunes.
Wiston Vineyard Tour
12 members and volunteers had an amazing tour of the Wiston Vineyard and Winery this week. Kirsty Goring spoke about the estate with passion and enthusiasm which made the whole experience a real delight. We all enjoyed the day, seeing the vines, the tractor ride and the winery, finishing off with wine tasting in the delightful barn overlooking the vines. All in all a great day and even the rain held off. The wines tasted delicious too.
Jo Jingles visit
Jo Jingles is a fun music, singing and movement class for pre-school children. Katie Hunwick invited seven young children and parents to take part in a fun morning interacting with our members. It was lovely to see the different age groups having so much fun, lots of smiles and laughter.
St George’s Day
St George’s Day in England remembers St George, England’s patron saint. The anniversary of his death, which is on April 23, is seen as England’s national day. According to legend, he was a soldier in the Roman army who killed a dragon and saved a princess. Yesterday we put on another themed event to celebrate this day. Members enjoyed an afternoon singing along with the entertainer David Drew followed by an English cream tea. The room was adorned with St Georges Day flags and bunting. Thanks must always go out to the volunteers Frances, Dawn, Pat & Rita who helped make this another fantastic afternoon for our members.
Members experienced a great day at Worthing Golf Club in Links Road. After enjoying a wonderful selection of refreshments in the club house members made their way to the practice range with our volunteers Barry, Jim and Cherry to meet Matt (Club Professional Assistant). After issuing everyone with a club each duly showed off their swings. Some were superb, others were even better. For some it was a new experience, others reignited previous hobbies. Matt and Jim thoroughly enjoyed watching and chatting with our members, an event to be repeated as soon as possible. Warm thanks from all of us to Worthing Golf Club and Professionals.
St Patrick’s Day Event Wednesday 14th March 2018
20 members and guests were treated to an entertaining afternoon celebrating St Patrick’s Day. Guests enjoyed a selection of Irish food followed by a small glass of Irish Cream and a can of Irish Stout to take home. A duo from the band Shenanigan performed a range of music from an Irish repertoire which got people joining in clapping and singing. The room was adorned with Irish flags and each table decorated with the green shamrock.
A well-attended event much appreciated by all who came along.