Stoneless Golf Club was the venue for a fun evening with the annual putting competition for the Anthony Wally cup.

The winner, as last year was Lawrence Page, with Julie Miller a close runner up. In the competition for guests the picture was similar with Francine Waddell taking top place with Margaret Read the runner up.

Club President Graham Larcombe presented the trophies and thanked organiser Roger Waddell for all the work he had put in.

One of the landmarks of Ramsgate Royal Harbour is the Steam Tug Cervia, which is open to the public at weekends in the summer, but there was a special midweek visit to the vessel by members of the Club.

They were given a conducted tour by the chairman of the Cervia Volunteer Crew, Mike Houckham, who offered the club the opportunity when he spoke to them some weeks ago.

Members had the chance to see over the vessel, including the boiler room, the engine room and even the former living quarters.

The visit was followed by meal at Pizza Express with the arrangements made by Past President Roger Waddell.

The club has a new member who was inducted on Tuesday August 22.

She is the Rev Jan Durrans, Priest in charge of St. Peter in Thanet, Broadstairs, who was proposed for membership by Roger Waddell, and inducted by President Graham Larcombe.

Anybody interested in finding out what membership of the club involves should contact the website.

Caption: The Rev Jan Durrans with Roger Waddell and President Graham Larcombe

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