HISTORICAL BOXFORD PRESS
Boxford Social Evening
Suffolk Free Press
30 April 1970
A highly successful social evening was organised by the Boxford branch of the British Legion on Saturday evening. As always, the brunt of the work was borne by members of the Women's Section, who produced their usual smooth-running programme and tasty food in plenty.
Some novel and really funny party games intensified the prevailing high spirits, and the draw prizes were presented to the winners by Lady Pearce, who spoke from her heart when she said that nicer people could not be found anywhere in the world.
Many names deserve mention, too many for our space, but tribute can be paid to Mrs. Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hills, Mr. Percy Fletcher and the untiring Mr. Bill Simpson.