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May's Twinning Association meeting in Church house took the form of a Race night. Not the usual horse racing - ours was Crab Racing!

Firstly the members tucked into a delicious Thai curry made by Jenny Eyles and Julie Arrow, fortunately they had made plenty and second helpings we very much appreciated. this course as followed by the usual selection pf puds made by members and finally cheese and biscuits followed by tea and coffee (all for five pounds including a welcome drink - how good is that?).

Now down to the serious business of the night - the Crab Racing. We must point out that no animals were injured or even involved in the entertainment. The crabs were clockwork. Members placed their bets using the currency of tiddly wink counters and the wound up crabs had to scuttle along a table racecourse lined with shells to make them feel at home. At the end of the evening, Di Reed was declared the winner having accumulated a fortune of 72 counters.