‘Thriving’ genealogy and historical society
The latest meeting of Biddulph and District Genealogy and Historical Society was held on at 7pm on Monday, 18th March, in Biddulph Library.
Chairman Roland Machin began the annual meeting with his report on the current state of the society at the end of the financial year. He said the society “continues to thrive”, a result of the “splendid commitment, cooperation and goodwill” received from the committee of the society: Elaine Heathcote, Brian Lear, Madelaine Lovatt, David Outhwaite, Mike Turncock, Kath Walton, Derek Wheelhouse and Gerald Worland.
Mr Lear is retiring this year and Mr Machin paid tribute to the contribution he has made to the work and planning of the society. He also said the society was grateful for the regular attendance of many people and the large number who have committed to membership.
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