Bourne Ladies Circle relaunched at 1960s night

Bourne Ladies Circle founding members, from left, Bourne president Fay Bower, Katy Eaton-Motton, Bourne vice chairman Catherine Ludlow, Rachel Lee, National president Marj Aird, Bourne chairman Nikki Darnes, Sabrina Bishop, Katie Robinson, Andrea Birchall and Steph Barrett
Bourne Ladies Circle founding members, from left, Bourne president Fay Bower, Katy Eaton-Motton, Bourne vice chairman Catherine Ludlow, Rachel Lee, National president Marj Aird, Bourne chairman Nikki Darnes, Sabrina Bishop, Katie Robinson, Andrea Birchall and Steph Barrett

A new fundraising and social group for women launched last week.

The founding members of Bourne Ladies Circle held a 1960s themed charter night on Saturday last week to relaunch the club in the town.

More than 40 women from the town and the surrounding area enjoyed the three course meal and entertainment at The Late Bar Venue in Bourne.

The Ladies Circle is a sister group to the Roundtable and is a club for women aged between 18 and 45 who want to make new friends, have fun and fundraise.

This year the group is supporting St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice.

The group’s committee comprises Nikki Darnes as chairman, Catherine Ludlow as vice chairman, Katy Eady-Motton as treasurer and Sabrina Bishop as secretary.

The Bourne branch joins a community of more than 250 groups around the country meeting twice a month to get involved in a wide variety of activities and charity events.

Catherine said: “We had an excellent charter night supported by more than 40 ladies who really got into the 60s theme with some great outfits.

“Now that we have launched the club we look forward to increasing our membership and doing some good for our local community as well as having a lot of fun along the way.

“We would like to thank the national president and area officers for showing their support and to Gordon’s photography for capturing some great memories of the evening”.

To get involved with the group contact Nikki on 07940 850720.