Newsletter 17/07/2014

NEWS:

BBQ during the Music Night a week on Saturday 26th July     Tickets are now on sale in the club @ £5 which entitles the holder to a standard drink from the bar as well as an item (sausage or burger) from the BBQ; any subsequent item from the BBQ will cost £2. You may purchase as many tickets @ £5 as you wish. Please make sure you get your tickets in good time; we’ll finalise numbers for catering from the tickets sold by Thursday 24th. There will be top quality burgers and extra-long sausages from Fosters. Please make sure you get your tickets in good time Looking forward to a fun evening.

Anyone for Bridge, Dominoes, or Chess? If there is interest in the notion of organised separate evenings for these games then just let me know. They could be monthly on a regular day, for example. If you are interested please contact me on tedandjean1968@btinternet.com

SOCIAL EVENTS: Dates for your Diary:

Saturday 26th July – the welcome return of Steve Clements. BBQ (see above).

Thursday 7th August – Quiz. Lucky 7 Jackpot stands at £100

MENUSVegetarian options. Booking essential.

  • Wednesday and Friday menus are priced @ £6-50 for main course, £3-50 for a choice of desserts, and £9 for both.
  • Sunday menus are priced @ £8-50 for main course, £3-50 for a choice of desserts, and £11 for both.
  • Omelettes are available on every service from Weds 2nd July onwards with a variety of fillings, served with salad and chips. Friday 18th – fried fish or scampi with chips & peas

Sunday 20th – roast turkey, chipolata wrapped in bacon, stuffing, Yorkshire pudding, fresh veg & gravy
Wednesday 23rd – farmhouse pie (raised cold pie), homemade coleslaw, salad & chips or leek & cheese flan
Friday 25th – fried fish, chips & peas or cold prawn & noodle salad with shredded fresh veg & sweet chilli
Sunday 27th – roast beef, Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, fresh veg & gravy
Wednesday 30th – homemade pizza (choice of toppings) salad, homemade coleslaw

REGULAR NOTICES: 1.      Please save your 10p pieces to add to the charity fundraising pile on the bar.        2.      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 275 subscribers and there could be several more with broadband out of the total 345+ membership.

GUEST ALES: “Moon Gazer Ruby” (abv 4.0) sponsored by Daniel Hutchineson, Timothy Taylor’s Dark Mild (3.5) sponsored by Keith Dolby and Nev Pearson, Ringwood “Forty-Niner” (4.9) sponsored by Steve Hughes and Dales “Wobble Gob” (4.9) sponsored by Mick and Val . If you wish to sponsor an ale of your choice please speak to Laurence.

This week’s offerings:OAPs were sitting around taking coffee and talking about all their ailments.
“My arms  have got so weak I can hardly lift this cup of  coffee,” said  one.
“Yes, I know,” said another. “My cataracts are so bad; I can’t even see my coffee.”
“I couldn’t even mark an “X” at election time because my hands are so crippled,” volunteered a third.
“What?  Speak up! What? I can’t hear you, said one elderly lady!”

“I can’t  turn my head because of the arthritis in my neck,” said one, to which several nodded weakly in  agreement.
“My blood  pressure pills make me so dizzy!” exclaimed  another.
“I forget where I am, and where I’m going,” said another.
“I guess that’s the price we pay for getting old,” winced an old man as he slowly shook his head.

The others nodded in  agreement.
“Well, count your Blessings,” said a woman cheerfully….”Thank God we can all still  drive.”

Kind regards

Ted

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