O We are open again; new cellar-cooler installed which means the cold beer is flowing once more !
O CATERING NOW BACK.
O Please save your 10p pieces to add to the fundraising pile in the club. This year we are again supporting the local cancer charity “Candles.”
O If you know members who have email, please encourage them to sign up for the free Newsletter if they haven’t already done so. We have over 260 subscribers and there could be several more with broadband out of the total 350+ membership.
THIS Saturday 27th July – Music Night with “Mikey.”
NEXT Thursday 1st August – Quiz, presented by Jonny Scott. The “Lucky 5 Jackpot” stands at a stellar £220 ! But for each quiz from now on one envelope will be withdrawn. So, technically, it will become the “Lucky 4 Jackpot,” then the “Lucky 3 Jackpot” and so on until it’s won.
CATERING New Chef in charge. From this Sunday.
It would be most helpful if members would make their preferences known at the time of booking to minimise waste and to avoid popular options running out.
This Sunday 21st July
Choice of Starters (£3.20)
Main: Roast Beef and the trimmings, with seasonal vegetables (£7.00)
Choice of Desserts (£3.20)
Two courses £10
Three courses £13
Next Wednesday 31st
Starters – £3-20 Caesar salad or pate
Mains – £7.00 – Chilli con carne with rice, salad and garlic bread £7.00 OR Lasagne with salad and garlic bread £7.00
Desserts – £3.20 Raspberries crème brulee OR baked White Chocolate Cheesecake.
Cheese board – £4.50
Two courses £10 (cheese board instead of dessert + £1)
Three courses £13 (cheese board instead of dessert + £1)
GUEST ALES “Bombardier” (abv 4.1) sponsored by Paul Watson, “Idle Sod” (4.2) sponsored by Steve Harrision, “Hop Circle” (3.8) sponsored by Sid Martin and “Shot in the Dark” (4.2) sponsored by Lorraine. If you wish to sponsor an ale of your choice please talk to Laurence.
This week’s offering !
A bloke is in a queue at the supermarket when he notices that the rather dishy blonde behind him has just raised her hand and smiled hello to him. He is rather taken aback that such a looker would be trying to catch his eye, and, although familiar, he can’t place where he might have seen her before, so he says “Sorry, do you know me?”
She replies “I may be mistaken, but I think you might be the father of one of my children!”
His mind shoots back to the one and only time he had been unfaithful, “Oh no!” he says “you’re not that strip-o-gram on my stag night that I had my wicked way with on the snooker table in front of all my mates?”
“No” she replies somewhat taken aback, “I’m your son’s English Teacher!”