CLUB DINNER

Mon, Mar 5th 2018 at 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

We had our annual Club Dinner at the Sea Hotel again, always an enjoyable occasion. The speaker was retired Army Major Anthony Tate talking about royal ceremonial parades.


District Governor Len Burns and his wife Valerie joined us and we had another very enjoyable evening at the Sea Hotel, with good food and service.

Major Tate gave a very interesting presentation on what it was like for a trooper before and during a ceremonial parade, with an insight into all the preparation required.  He also explained about the recruitment and training process.  He had spent all his career in the Household Cavalry, enlisting as a trooper and retiring as a commissioned officer.

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