I am doing 2 short Uni courses at present.
Trauma and Memory in WW1 and Changing Face of Heroism in WW1.
The padlet is part of the heroism course.
It was the 25 anniversary of Dial A Ride.
Transport is provided by volunteer drivers using their own vehicles and is accessible to those who are elderly or disabled. Visits to friends or relatives, events, hospital or doctors appointments and shopping etc.
The drivers have a get together for a cream tea every year but this was special with a visit from our local MP and some of the local council members.
Monday afternoon and we are off to Age UK Senior Citizen Center Earl Shilton along with 40-50 others to Dance for a couple of hours.
This week, the daughter of our ‘Tea Boy’ came with gifts. Roy had died age 93 this February and left some money to be spent for the center. We were presented with 6 non-slip trays and 4 Large Teapots. The teapots were engraved with Ron’s name and the words ‘CHA Cha Cha’ in big letters to remind us of him.
A great time was had by all.
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