Friends Patsy Cameron and Toni Jones love to catch up at their favourite club.
Friends Patsy Cameron and Toni Jones love to catch up at their favourite club.

Pair loves a meal and a good chat

GOOD friends Toni Jones and Patsy Cameron are two familiar faces at the Yamba Bowling Club. The ladies regularly meet there for lunch, dinner, country music and a good chinwag with friends.

Patsy said she loved the club, the people and the atmosphere.

"I can walk over for lunch or any time I feel like it," she said.

Patsy and her late husband lived on the land, running a cattle farm near Glen Innes for many years before finally moving east to Yamba in the mid-1990s.

These days Patsy keeps busy volunteering for the Yamba RSL Auxiliary, Osprey Club and listening to country music.

Toni said she moved to Yamba from Moree more than four years ago with her husband Alan.

"We've owned a unit here since 1988 and we've always holidayed here. It's a beautiful little place to live. I love going fishing. I can just walk out of the front door and throw in a line."

On Monday, Toni and Alan are returning to Moree to celebrate their grand-daughter's 18th birthday, as well as their son-in-law's 50th birthday at a combined event, and are looking forward to catching up with family and friends.



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