LYMM Twin Town Society is getting back to normal and recently held a BBQ at a farm in Warburton, owned by two of their members, Richard and Karen Clegg.
Due to COVID-19, many members had not met up for eighteen months so welcomed the opportunity to chat with friends again. The weather was mixed but with a full set of Gazebos, the event wasn’t impacted at all. There was a good turn-out and members enjoyed barbecued meat from a local butcher served with homemade salads and finished with homemade desserts.
One of the members present summed up the views of others. “Thank you to all the committee for the splendid barbecue we enjoyed. Such a lot of work for Neil Collins, Richard Clegg and helpers to organise and prepare the site and the food was delicious. It was so nice to see everyone again and to feel that things are perhaps starting to get back to something approaching normal.”
Lymm Twin Town is open to anyone who lives in Lymm and the surrounding area. In normal times there is an exchange every year with a delightful town, Meung-Sur-Loire in France near Orleans. The last visit was by Meung to Lymm in 2019 and after a two-year’pandemic’ gap, a visit is planned to Meung in 2022. If you think you might enjoy a few days in France, then you can contact the Society via their website www.lymmtwintownsociety.co.uk or by emailing email@example.com.
Their next social event is a “Beaujolais Nouveau Evening” on Friday, 19th November and guests would be made very welcome.