Agatha Liversalt, Social Secretary, informed the meeting that the recent coach trip had been a great success though none of the three people who went could remember where they'd been. At least, there were only three people when they got back - there was a vague recollection of more starting off.
Maurice Airworthy, Newsletter Editor, reported progress with the current libel actions. He was now confident that the financial damage could be restricted to six figures. He acknowledged that his description of the Winehouse Arms as "so evil it should be exorcised" was unnecessarily mealy-mouthed and he would return to more trenchant criticism in future.
The next time on the agenda was Campaigning. Billy moved next business which was agreed nem con.
At that point the sandwiches arrived and the meeting came to an abrupt halt as the real business of the evening was concluded.
No character above bears any relationship to any person living, dead or currently comatose. The fact that the village of Pidley is in the geographical centre of Cambridgeshire is purely coincidental and Cambridge Branch meetings do not (much) resemble the above account. Even so, why not come along to a meeting and see what they're really like - all are welcome.