Area 39 NWIRL regional lunch- Tern Hill Hall, Market Drayton 28th March 2015
“I’m a Circler Get Me Out of Here!”
As strange as the headline may sound, it was a fantastic event raising over £800 for local and National Charities.
Area 39 Chair, Rachel Hazlehurst and Whitchurch Ladies Circle organised the North west and Ireland Regional Lunch at Tern Hill Hall Hotel. The Jungle theme was thanks to The Animal Man, Simon Aireyfrom Corner Exotics. He provided wonderful after lunch entertainment with his collection of snakes, spiders and reptiles.
Whitchurch Ladies definitely made an impression entering with parachutes to the “I’m a Celebrity” theme tune. The guests were treated to Bug Juice, Road Kill Pate and Crocodile Steak (which tasted strangely like chicken....) And naturally there was the Bush Tucker Challenge, where the well turned out ladies dined on Locust and Cockroach.
The lunch had over 80 attendees representing Circles from the North, South, East and West of England.
The event also provided an opportunity for local entrepreneurs to promote their businesses. Nook Farm Designs, Biz Barnes Boards, Material Girls and Polish Pottery, all from the Whitchurch area attended.
The money raised will be donated to Whitchurch Minor Injuries Unit, MIND, and SCKIN (skin cancer charity)
Ladies Circle is a modern, vibrant club for women and offers an opportunity for young women to connect with each other, have a great time, and give something back.
They stay because what they find is a ready-made group of friends, from all walks of life, who allow them to just be themselves.
Ladies Circle is an open, inclusive and exciting club that can’t wait to welcome you on board. Whitchurch has had a Ladies Circle for over 50 years and raised thousands of pounds for Local and National Charities.
If you wish for more information joining in the fun of Ladies Circle please visit www.ladiescircle.co.uk/Whitchurch. Details can also be found here for applying for charitable donations.
The Animal Man, from Corner Exotics can be contacted via www.cornerexotics.co.uk
All photographs can be seen by clicking here.