Safari lunch

Sun, Jan 28th 2018 at 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Different course at different members houses. Details have been sent to all participants. Queries to Geoff. Drinks at noon (Scalby). Main course 1.00pm. Dessert 2.30pm

SAFARI LUNCH Sunday 28th January 2018

Several members and partners – twenty two – joined in a convivial lunch starting with everyone enjoying drinks and nibbles with Richard and Mary. 

Then we split into groups for main courses with Sam and Shanthy; Venkatesh and Priya; and Mike and Michelle.

Rounded off by dessert and cheese with John and Sandra; Peter and Angela; and Geoff and Jean.

Relaxing and happy time – smoothly organised as always by Geoff and Jean.  And the high quality of catering at all venues was praised.



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