Old folk’s tea party at Colyford

PUBLISHED: 11:59 28 June 2016 | UPDATED: 09:02 01 July 2016

Pictured at the tea party  are (left to right) guests Elsie Williams, 100, Dorothy Bagnall, 95, Irene Tapner, 88, Audrey Stenton, 89 and Rotarians Mick Askew, Les Andrews, Gareth Davies (president), Jean Davies, Terry Grimsley (treasurer). Picture: CHRIS CARSON

Pictured at the tea party are (left to right) guests Elsie Williams, 100, Dorothy Bagnall, 95, Irene Tapner, 88, Audrey Stenton, 89 and Rotarians Mick Askew, Les Andrews, Gareth Davies (president), Jean Davies, Terry Grimsley (treasurer). Picture: CHRIS CARSON

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Seaton and District Rotary Club welcomes guests to the Memorial Hall including 100-year-old Elsie Williams

Old folk from Seaton and the surrounding area were treated to a cream tea at Colyford Memorial hall.

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

Those attending included members of the Seaton and District Club for the Visually Impaired, along with residents from a number of care homes in Seaton, Colyford, Colyton and Beer.

Oldest at the event was Elsie Williams, from Seaton, who was 100 last September.


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