Fifty Wisbech Business and Professional Men’s Club members and guests hold minutes silence for Paul Strickle at Christmas meeting

PUBLISHED: 10:54 14 December 2017

David Patrick was presented with a shield for winning the ten pin bowling competition held at Strikes King’s Lynn.

David Patrick was presented with a shield for winning the ten pin bowling competition held at Strikes King’s Lynn.

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Fifty Wisbech Business and Professional Men’s Club members and guests stood for a minutes silence in memory of Paul Strickle who died suddenly on November 26 aged 58.

Wisbech Business and Professional Men’s Club chairman Martin Eggett inducted two new members: Stephen Woolner, owner of Woolner Transport, and Eddie Connelly, a retired chauffeur.Wisbech Business and Professional Men’s Club chairman Martin Eggett inducted two new members: Stephen Woolner, owner of Woolner Transport, and Eddie Connelly, a retired chauffeur.

Members and guests enjoyed the traditional Christmas dinner at Mendi’s Wisbech.

During the evening David Patrick was presented with a shield for winning the ten pin bowling competition held at Strikes King’s Lynn.

Also during the evening, chairman Martin Eggett inducted two new members: Stephen Woolner, owner

of Woolner Transport, and Eddie Connelly, a retired chauffeur.

Entertainment was provided by Russell Hall, a comedian who had the

audience in fits of laughter.

The next meeting will be on Wednesday January 10 which will be the annual general meeting when Tony Yates will be inducted as the new chairman.

The club was formed in January 1974 at a meeting at the Red Lion public house

It is a body of business and professional gentlemen meeting to create fellowship and promote business in and around Wisbech. The club generally meets at the Mendi’s Restaurant, 22-23 Old Market, Wisbech, on the second Wednesday of every month.


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