Whittlesey setting for Cambridgeshire Regiment Association sausage and mash supper
PUBLISHED: 16:35 30 December 2009 | UPDATED: 09:27 02 June 2010
Over seventy Association Members and Guests gathered at the newly refurbished Childers Club, Whittlesey for their Annual Sausage & Mash Supper on Friday evening.
All enjoyed a sausage, mash and peas followed by apple pie and custard.
The Mayor of Whittlesey attended along with Members of other Association Branches from across Cambridgeshire.
Organised by the Whittlesey & Peterborough Branch of the Cambridgshire Regt Association, Mr Pop Whitwell said This is an important aspect of the Association where members can enjoy a wonderful meal and enjoy a great social evening. A draw for Branch funds raised over £200 during the evening.
Several members of the Cambridgeshire Regt whom saw service in the Second World War attended.
On the 6th June 2010 the Cambridgeshire Regt Association will be holding its Annual Service at Ely Cathedral commencing at 2pm, this year will see it combining with an rather special parade to mark the 150 years of the Army Cadet Force. Members of the Association will be joined by over 300 Sea, Army and Air Training Corp Cadets which will parade through Ely in what will be one of the largest Parades seen at Ely for many years.
Photo Lt Colonel Mark Knight MBE
MORE than 70 members of the Cambridgeshire Regiment Association and their guests enjoyed a sausage and mash supper at the newly-refurbished Childer s Club in Whittlesey. Organised by the association s Whittlesey and Peterborough branch, members from acros
MORE than 70 members of the Cambridgeshire Regiment Association and their guests enjoyed a sausage and mash supper at the newly-refurbished Childer's Club in Whittlesey.
Organised by the association's Whittlesey and Peterborough branch, members from across the county enjoyed a menu of sausage, mash and peas followed by apple pie and custard.
The Mayor of Whittlesey, Councillor Derek Stebbing, also attended with several members of the Cambridgeshire Regiment who saw service in the Second World War.
A draw for branch funds also took place during the evening and raised £200.
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