Tuesday, November 18, 2008

The AGM of the NDAB (southern Branch)

Yes that fascinating club that I'm sure you all want to be a member of had it's Annual General Meeting last weekend. The Southern Branch of the Norwich Diocesan Association of Bellringers. Watching paint dry has nothing on this event. If it hadn't been so bloody cold in the Church, I would have been asleep in seconds.
We did however have a lot of fun in the lead up. Note Richard's cute hairdo!making cheese sconesLamingtons (here the preparation thereof)
Cheese and pickle sandwiches (crustless of course)
and Coronation chicken sandwiches The best thing about these quarterly meetings is the amazing tea you get to eat for £2.50 a head. The other photos of the tea didn't quite work out but here's a short movie of all the fun you're missing.

video

3 comments:

kelly said...

what, pray tell, are Lamingtons?

Cheese and pickle sandwiches sound intriguing as well.

And you KNOW what a wild group those bellringers are....

Nice 'do, Ricardo!

xxxxx

JoeyJoJo said...

Lamingtons, also known as "those bloody poofy woolly biscuits" are an Australian delicacy. I'm sure Mrs internet, you have already googled them, but just in case you haven't here's the link to wikipedia's entry. xxxx http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamington
Cheese and pickle sandwiches are pretty over rated really.

Anonymous said...

I disagree – cheese and pickle sandwiches are THE BEST! Mind you, the Coronation Chicken looks bloody good too...

Remind me not to look at yummy blogs when i have not eaten anything. All my juices are flowing now!

Jem x