Photograph 7428667
Every week for 15 years, a group of older British women migrants have met in Adelaide, SA, as a social group, aiming to welcome and assist new arrivals from Britain. The British Women's Club began when a group of ten migrant friends decided they should see each other more often, and the Club now has 30 members. In addition to helping newcomers, the club visits factories, wineries, beaches and other places of interest or scenic beauty. Executive officers of the British Women's Club in Adelaide, SA - Left to right: Mrs N Frost, Vice-President, from Birmingham; Mrs N Ludgate, president, from Coventry; Mrs I M James, treasurer, from Somerset, and Mrs G N Watkins, from Newport

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A12111, 1/1965/18/1
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