We are racing towards Christmas. First updates for your diary’s next week.

Now we move into December and dates you need to know:

Wednesday, 4th. December. Quiz night

Thursday, 5th. Carvery, do not forget your loyalty card and if you have not got one please ask. Nine carveries and the next one is free.

Friday, 6th. Lunchtime special is homemade steak pie or fish and chips. Meat draw, games and the lucky draw jackpot take place.

On Saturday, 7th December a member is holding a private party in the Alexander lounge and there will be another in both the Lady Thatcher and Eden lounges. The snooker room and bar will be open to members and their guests. Please note that Snooker Table 5 will be unavailable on that night. The Committee apologise for the inconvenience to snooker players.

Sunday, 8th. Quiz night. The jackpots are growing.

Monday 9th December, Ladies night Christmas social and meal. For more information your contact is Diane Plumb, dianeplumb@btinternet.com

Friday 13th December, Christmas bottle draw will take place during the normal games night.

Saturday 14th December, members and their guests can come along for a free glass of Prosecco and mince pie to start the evening. The entertainment will be provided by Kieran Owen who will be singing Christmas songs. You will have an opportunity to sing along if you wish!

Sunday 15th December,lunchtime carvery will be a Christmas special. You must ensure that you book in advance. A £5.00 deposit will be required and your choice of starter and sweet at the time of booking. A main course costs £8.00, two courses cost £12.00 and three courses cost £15.00. I am sure you will agree that this is very good value for money. Further menu details are displayed on the Club notice board. The Carvery will be open from 12.00 pm until 3.00 pm. Please be sure to book your table for a particular time.

New Years Eve celebrations at the club are fully booked.

 “It’s beginning to look like Christmas” the popular Christmas song is very apt at the moment as Kath and Gaye finish off the Christmas decorations in the Club.

The Food Standards Agency do an unannounced check every two years on outlets serving food. The Club’s surprise check was last week and we were awarded the maximum 5 stars. Well done Michael.

Finally, and sadly, we must report the death of a member. Diane Cottam, RIP. Further details will be posted when known.

Are you excited?We are re-opening at 7pm on the 17th May

Come and help celebrate this momentous day

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