Keeping in Touch

It is now a couple of weeks since we took the decision to cancel all activities until it is safe to recommence sometime in the future.  Since making that decision the government has tightened restrictions on group gatherings, making it even more challenging to stay social in these difficult times. Because of this we have decided to put out a friendly email to members every couple of weeks in an effort to bolster morale and keep in touch with you.

I hope everyone is able to keep up their fitness even in isolation so that we’re all able to jump back into activities as soon as we can.  I think it is still possible to venture out in pairs keeping to the regulated distance apart.

We have been brainstorming some ideas of how to keep you all interested, and would love to hear from anyone with their ideas.  Please send your suggestions to  One idea is for members to send in photos of what they’re doing to fill in all this extra free time we have on our hands.  These can be added to our photo gallery and will be highlighted in future bulletins.   Some interesting photos of flowers, plants or animals you may encounter or just yourself having fun.  If anyone would like to submit a short report on a recent trip away together with photos, it may well be of interest to others.

As usual, photos should be emailed to Russell Verdon.  To start this off I have posted the above photo I took from Cliff Road on my early morning walk a couple of days ago.  We are so fortunate to live in such a beautiful area.

I’ll leave it with you and look forward to receiving your ideas and suggestions.

Stay well and keep active.


Ros Tierney