EVENT UPDATE: Aga demonstration evening

Thanks to Sue Middleton of the Aga Shop at Twyford Mill for hosting a brilliant evening on 23 October 2015 to demonstrate Aga cooking for 25 friends of the library who were able to sip Prosecco and nibble some tasty morsels while the resident Aga chef demonstrated how to get the most from an Aga stove.  One finished, those attending were able to taste the food that he had cooked and to finish off the Prosecco.  The shop has a wide range of stoves and an intriguing assortment of cooking accessories.  The adjacent Fired Earth store also stayed open late to give those attending an opportunity to sample their wares.

This proved a very popular event, filling to the capacity of 25 people and we plan to hold another one in the autumn of 2016.

EVENT UPDATE: Pimms and Posh Frocks success

Grateful thanks to Jacob & Harriet Potts and to Peter & Christine Job for acting as hosts and opening their homes for our Pimms & Posh Frocks Party on 12 September 2015.  We started at Ivy House, recently bought and refurbished by Jacob and Harriet and then moved on to The Old Vicarage next door.  Ivy House was the home of Dick Stuckey and Elizabeth Suter until their recent deaths and was the vicarage before then and before it moved to the Job’s house for a while before moving again and again.

Jacob & Harriet were able to show what they have done in refurbishing and extending their home while Peter & Christine Job were proud to show their extensive and beautifully maintained gardens.

Some 40 guests were present and enjoyed nibbles, Pimms and wine while exploring these two old village houses.  The evening was hugely successful, thanks to the warm welcome of our hosts, not to forget the warming effect of Pimms and wine and some very kind summer weather!

We are planning a Posh Frocks Party for the summer of 2016 and will announce details when we have identified the lucky house owner who will act as host! Financially, the event was extremely successful thanks in part to the generosity of a few individuals.

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