Epperstone Sports and Leisure Club
The club aims to provide a sports and social environment which encourages both adult and junior sport participation with opportunities for coaching and competitive activities.
It is an LTA affiliated tennis club with two grass artificial tennis courts which convert easily into a large 5-a-side football pitch - ideal for training and matches.
The courts have a floodlighting system which enables sports activities 365 days a year.
Whatever your level,you are welcome... come along and join in.
For further information visit our website.
For anyone who finds shopping for clothes a chore or a frustrating experience, Sue Burton, our July speaker, came to give us focus and enthusiasm in finding the best items of clothing to suit the individual.
Sue came to teach us about colour analysis, and brought with her a selection of fabrics and scarves in many shades, plains and patterns. She does personalised consultations and “Looking Good Image Workshops”, and incidentally, also officiates as a registrar at weddings.
We discussed seasonal colours, and Sue pointed out that the clothing retailers stick largely to the same range of colours for each season year on year – it is only the styles that change.
A volunteer or “willing victim” was chosen to demonstrate which colours best suit individual skin tone by comparing several different coloured fabric drapes, and we were invited to give our opinions.
Knowing which colours suit you should simplify your shopping experience as you just make a bee-line for those colours. Then there are just the considerations of whether the style is right for your body shape, do they have it in your size, and can your purse take the strain? It’s never easy.
Our next meeting is on Tuesday 11 September when we are visiting Brackenhurst – arriving there at 6.20pm. Emily Burton will guide us through Home Farm and the Lincoln Red Beef herd, the glass houses, the Equine yards, and the Poultry Research Unit.
Monday afternoon from 2-4pm in the Village Hall.
Everyone is welcome, whatever your craft, just turn up . Bring your own handiwork to work on while you chat and enjoy a cup of tea and a biscuit.
The charge is £1.50 to cover the cost of the hall.