Welcome: 15 Members resumed following the AGM and refreshments
Matters Arising from the September meeting:
Past Times Fayre funding: The information given at the September meeting was corrected. The contribution from GOSH was appreciated.
The ‘Gorleston Arms’ comments were made for Les to pass on to the proposed Gorleston Cricket Club.
Gorleston Library - Older People’s Day: it was a good event.
Shrublands Open Day - there had been a steady flow of visitors
Gorleston Library - Friends of Gorleston Library Christmas Fair: Saturday 9 December, 10 – 3; GOSH will have a stand
GOSH Blue plaques
Old Lifeboat Shed - No replies from the owner; put on long term hold
William George Fleming GC., RNLI Gold, Silver and Bronze medals - the unveiling event is arranged for Monday 23 October at 11 a.m. It will be unveiled by Paddy Lee, the current lifeboat coxswain. Ask the Pavilion if they can lay-on refreshments at about 11.30 after the event.
High Street Methodist Church / Wetherspoon’s - we are entirely in their hands for a date.
Library Clock Steering Committee
At the public meeting called by Friends of Gorleston Library a steering committee was formed on which GOSH has one seat. It was agreed GOSH offer to mount a blue plaque carrying history of the clock and give a letter of thanks to Patrick Duffy.
The service will be on Saturday 11/11/17: several members will be there and a GOSH wreath will be laid
Gorleston Festive shop-window judging and awards
Les will collect back the GOSH award from last year’s winner.
Our own pre-Christmas meeting
Agreed we ask the Shrublands café to do a festive buffet and that we, again, make a collection in lieu of sending Christmas cards to each other
Any Other Business:
Attention was drawn to the Ormsby Psalter having been exhibited in Norwich and we regretted that the Gorleston Millennium Manuscript was not similarly exhibited.
The next meeting is on 14th November and the speaker in the second half will be Dusty Miller, speaking about the Dusmagrik Youth Theatre group and The Pavilion Theatre