Trust a guide to deliver an enthralling talk
A VILLAGE action group was enthralled by a National Trust Guide on Tuesday evening (July 21).
About 70 members of the Chalfont St Peter Village Older Persons Action Group ( VOPAG) attended a talk by Bernie Knill on the ‘House, History and Benjamin Disraeli’.
VOPAG chairman Mike McDonald, who is taking a sabbatical this winter and will be handing over the running of the group to retired businessman Tony Offord, said: “The talk was attended by about 70 of the village elderly and it was very well received.”
He added: “It was an amazing and colourful talk, and it was interesting for people to know a little more about the Conservative party and everybody happy with a very speaker.”
Mr McDonald said Mr Knill is planning to visit again in 2017. VOPAG’s next meeting is in September after the summer break. was very it. Bernie is
MEETING: National Trust guide Bernie Knill (second left) with Sue Siddons, Tony Offord, Michael McDonald and Stella Ellis, members of the Chalfont St Peter Village Older Persons Action Group