We had a great afternoon over at Marlow for our Sausage Sizzle and managed to avoid the showers that had constantly threatened during the day.
With some twenty people attending, four portable gas stoves were employed to cook the sausages and boil water for hot drinks.
After the food, an informal game with a frisbee ensued, for the more active attendees.
This Sunday, 30 July, we’ll be making our way over to Marlow for what has become something of an annual tradition.
Although, due to holidays last year we didn’t hold our Sausage Sizzle, for a number of years prior to that we’ve made our way to Higginson Park to enjoy freshly cooked sausages beside the Thames.
The activity is normally accompanied by some kind of entertainment, which was a scratch game of cricket in 2015.
We look forward to another enjoyable occasion on Sunday and welcome any who are able to join us from 5pm in Marlow. To help with catering, please email us, if you’re planning to come along.
In the gathering gloom of a late summer evening, a few hardy stalwarts met up by the river in Marlow for our first ‘Sausage Sizzle’ for two years.
We managed to muster some sixteen in total, ranging in age from 5 to 90! All waited patiently for their sausages, cooked once again over a small gas stove. Continue reading “Sausage Sizzle – 30 August 2015” →