A day on the tiles

YOUR TURN From left, Peggy Weston with Daphne Sparrow playing Scrabble.  Picture: Malcolm Wells (120027-4172)
YOUR TURN From left, Peggy Weston with Daphne Sparrow playing Scrabble. Picture: Malcolm Wells (120027-4172)
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SCRABBLE lovers got their tiles in order at a players’ club.

Those who attend the weekly sessions at Waterlooville Library enjoyed the game with 13 friends and members.

Anna Richardson, 70, from Waterlooville, set up the group.

She said: ‘I love words, and Scrabble is such a great game I thought it would be nice to get a group of us together to play. We’re not competitive but we try to do our best.’

The group meets every Thursday at 10am. Sessions are free and last around two hours. Tea and coffee is served. All are welcome.