Annual old folk's cream tea at Colyford

PUBLISHED: 15:01 15 June 2017 | UPDATED: 15:17 15 June 2017

Rotary Club helpers (l to r) Jean Davis, Terry Grimsley (treasurer) Mick Aske, Les Andrews and Jean Riordan serving three members of the Seaton Visually Impaired Club Elsie Williams, aged 102, Jill Moulding and Joan Gower. Picture: CHRIS CARSON

Rotary Club helpers (l to r) Jean Davis, Terry Grimsley (treasurer) Mick Aske, Les Andrews and Jean Riordan serving three members of the Seaton Visually Impaired Club Elsie Williams, aged 102, Jill Moulding and Joan Gower. Picture: CHRIS CARSON

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Honiton Ukulele Group provide the music at the Seaton and District Roatry Club event

The Honiton Ukulele Group in action at Colyford Memorial Hall. Picture: CHRIS CARSONThe Honiton Ukulele Group in action at Colyford Memorial Hall. Picture: CHRIS CARSON

Old folk from Seaton and the surrounding area were treated to a cream tea at Colyford Memorial hall yesterday (Wednesday, June 14).

The annual event is organised by Seaton and District Rotary Club members, who provided transport, did the catering and served the guests.

Those attending included members of the Seaton and District Club for the Visually Impaired, of which Rotarian Terry Grimsley is the chairman.

Also attending the tea party were residents from a number of care homes in Seaton, Colyford, Colyton and Beer.

Oldest at the event was Elsie Williams, from Seaton, who was 101 last September.

Entertainment was provided by the Honiton Ukulele Group (HUG) who meet every Thursday in The Crypt at St Paul’s Church from 6.30pm to 8.30pm, welcoming both beginners and experienced players. To find out more contact Keith on 01404 42752 or Tony on 01404 815080

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