The geographical area for North West-Western Branch extends from Mid Wales to Carlisle on the Western side of the M6. Scroll down for reports and photographs of recent and past events.
There are a number of meeting places spread throughout the area (see below). Some members come to all the meetings, others just come to the location nearest to where they live. Wherever possible communication to members is by email, for those who don't use email then the information is posted out.
For more information please contact Norman Waterfall by completing the form below the photographs and pressing "submit".
Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice became emotional after hearing about a pensioner who kept the memory of her grandson alive by fundraising for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The royal sisters listened as Enid Waterfall, 85, from Wrexham, described how she has been a tireless campaigner for the charity – as her grandson Richard had been – during its inaugural awards ceremony staged virtually last Tuesday.
Mrs Waterfall’s grandson died in 2018 after being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer that affects the bones or the tissues around them, and he inspired her to stage fundraising events with husband Norman, 89, which have raised more than £28,000.
You can read more about this and see the video by clicking here.
April 2018 – for many years the initial lunch of the year has been held at the Plassey a restored Edwardian Farm. As this is currently being refurbished this year the lunch was held at the Restaurant at Bellis Bros Farm Shop in Holt. Wrexham.
18 members and guests had a very appetizing and filling lunch. Thee general consensus from all the diners was very positive that we should return next year.
April lunch gathering at Bellis Bros Farm Shop, Holt, Wrexham