We hope you are all well. Have you been out and about? We are going to continue with the newsletter as it seems to be quite popular with members. If you have any comments or news, you would
like added to the October issue, please let us know. Well,
here is all the latest since our last newsletter in July 2021.
1] Pop-up shop @ Goudies [July] and the Charity Shop @ School Venal [Sept] – Both were a success in different ways. Collectively we took
£1,052.25. We had lots of members, helping, bringing donations, offering help, or
just popping in to have a quick chat. It was great to see you all, and we introduced a few non-members to MOF’s
handing out flyers and other info. We would especially like to say a big thank you, to three members who really went that bit extra, Phyllis Callow, Marion Kerr, and Jackie Wilson without whom we would not
have managed. And for those that missed the notice on Facebook our big Hamper was won by Pat Graham, congratulations.
2] MOF’s Camera Club, Calendar – We should have the Calendar available before the end of October, and it will be on sale at the craft
fair on the 23rd October, it’s all off with the printers at
the moment. We look forward to seeing what the camera club have sent us this year, the pictures are always a delight, and we do appreciate all the work the group put into this project every year.
3] MOF’s Craft Fair- @ Goudies
23rd October 2021 10am – 2pm
for something handmade, crafted by Local Artisans, then come along and meet our Crafters with 20 or more tables we're sure to have something for you. Pick up some great gifts and ideas for Christmas. One-of-a-kind gifts – Handmade
Quilts – Unique Bags Wax Melts – Cushion Covers – Wood Crafts – Resin Makers – Hand Knitting and loads more! Also see the NCCB autumn issue for more details We have had loads of interest and are really looking forward to this new, hopefully
4] Burns Supper 2022 – this was a great night back in 2020 just before the lockdown, feedback was exceptionally good. We are planning the next
for 2022 we will get back to you soon about a date, venue, and costs etc. Entertainment: Address to the Haggis- -Toast
to Rabbie Burns -Grace the Selkirk grace - DINNER - After dinner Entertainment provided by Mary Hogg, and hopefully some other songs or poems.
Lunch Club – we meet every Monday at Goudie’s and plan to go out somewhere else for lunch
every other month for more info see us in
Goudie’s Mondays at lunch time or see the web site: www.mayboleover50s.org
6] MOF’s Bingo – Alternate Tuesday afternoons in Goudies boot room 1:30 – 3pm. We have been asked to start a regular bingo game. So for a trial period we are going to run an afternoon bingo between 1.30 and 3pm, please contact us: MOF’s mobile number 07961 833 401
7] MOF’s Membership 2021 – because members keep asking - The committee decided to help encourage the members back out into the community and out of social isolation, to wave the membership fees for 2021. Fees are not due until April 2022 at the AGM.
8] General Meeting – We are hoping to hold our 1st general meeting since lockdown on Thursday 11 November 2021 with Tea/coffee and Sandwiches & sausage rolls. We will need numbers from members for catering purposes.
9] A New - Short Walking Group – has been suggested Martin and Chic are considering running this in addition to the regular walking group. We are thinking of starting off at not more than 2 miles, we need to know if you are interested, please contact us: MOF’s mobile number 07961 833 401
If we don’t mention your group and you have news, please give us a call. A
nominal fee to help with costs of room hire and consumables will be required for most groups.
Art Group – The
art group meet every Friday morning in the boot room 10am -12noon. If you would like to join, please contact MOF’s mobile 07961 833 401
Walking Group – As you can all see from the pictures on Facebook, they have been back out beyond Maybole, they walk on average 4/5 miles and start from Greenside every Wednesday morning at 9:15am. If you would like to join the walk, please contact MOF’s mobile 07961 833 401
Knitting Sewing and Nattering Group - Mondays and Thursdays 10am until 12.30. The old Knit & Natter And the In
Stiches sewing Group, have joined forces. We meet at Goudie’s boot room for a very relaxed get together twice a week, why not pop in and see us one morning.
MOF’s Yoga Group – Karan Steven
has re-started our MOF’s Yoga every Tuesday Morning
9:30am – 11am the classes are now longer up
to an hour and a half. If you would like to join, or need more info please contact MOF’s mobile 07961 833 401
club – This group
meet up on a Monday and like the walking group they do not know from week to week where we are going as everything depends on the weather. If you would like to join this group, please contact MOF’s mobile 07961
MOF’s Lunch Club – formerly known as the ladies that lunch, we meet up every Monday lunchtime @ Goudies and we plan to go out somewhere for lunch every other month Goudie’s have brought back the original café type menus, and real home baking? Why not pop in and see us!
Ukulele Group- Are meeting up in members gardens while the weather holds but, we aim to get them back into St Oswald’s Hall before the weather changes.
Backgammon Group – Jules has said that he is starting to make plans to resume playing live backgammon. Again, we aim to get them back into St Oswald’s Hall as soon as possible. We may try opening this group to a bigger audience. We will keep you in the loop as to any proposed meetings etc.
Aqua Trim at Maybole pool – this has re-started and is limited to 24 swimmers it’s on Tuesday/ Wednesday/ Thursday’s places must be booked in advance. Please contact the pool directly
to book. Go online to SAC: https://beta.south-ayrshire.gov.uk/leisure
Local Community Fund – Please don’t forget this
is still running we are delighted that Maybole Over 50’s has been chosen. Visit the website and select your local cause. link https://www.coop.co.uk/communities
We’re part of the Co-op Local Community Fund
When members buy selected Co-op branded products and services,
the Co-op will give local causes a helping hand.
If you have missed any of our Newsletters, please check the www.mayboleover50s.org If you have any questions or queries, please do but hesitate to contact us, we hope to hear from you all soon,
MOF’s mobile number 07961 833 401