OAPs have a ball

PONTELAND LIONS MEET THE LOCALS'The annual Meet the Lions event was held in the Memorial Hall and enjoyed by more than 90 over sixties.  Six members of the Ponteland Repertory company, directed by their pianist, Anne Havis, came to sing and entertain for the first hour.  Many of the guests were singing along to the old songs and obviously relishing the chance.  Afternoon tea, prepared by the Lions and partners, was served to all and a session of Bingo followed.  The afternoon finished with a raffle where the prizes were donated by local businesses and then it was goodbye to everyone!''President John Morris serves tea to the guests.
PONTELAND LIONS MEET THE LOCALS'The annual Meet the Lions event was held in the Memorial Hall and enjoyed by more than 90 over sixties. Six members of the Ponteland Repertory company, directed by their pianist, Anne Havis, came to sing and entertain for the first hour. Many of the guests were singing along to the old songs and obviously relishing the chance. Afternoon tea, prepared by the Lions and partners, was served to all and a session of Bingo followed. The afternoon finished with a raffle where the prizes were donated by local businesses and then it was goodbye to everyone!''President John Morris serves tea to the guests.

MORE than 90 pensioners enjoyed an afternoon of entertainment organised by Ponteland Lions Club.

Six members of the Ponteland Repertory Society, directed by their pianist Anne Havis, came along to sing for the first hour.

Many of the guests relished the chance to sing along to the classic tunes.

Afternoon tea, prepared by Lions club members and their partners, was served to all and a session of bingo followed.

The afternoon finished with a raffle, where the prizes were donated by local businesses.