St Paul’s Church Hall in Weston was packed with over 90 party goers for the Weston Rotary Club’s annual Easter Party for the elderly and disabled. The party has been held for over 15 years and continues to go from strength to strength. Everybody tucked into home made sandwiches and delicious cakes and the Queen was properly toasted with a glass of sherry. The party was started by a welcome from Weston Rotary President Terry Gilbert; live music and balloon magic was provided by Chris Rainbow and Martin’s Party show and the Mayor, Councillor Roslyn Williams enthusiastically encouraged the dancing. President Terry would like to thank to all those volunteers from the Rotary Club and particularly the ladies of West Woodspring Inner Wheel who worked tirelessly to ensure the event was a success. The party went off well with a lovely friendly atmosphere throughout and everybody seemed to have had a good time and left with a smile and an Easter Egg each.
Weston Rotary Club’s Easter Party for the Elderly