News & Announcements
Details and program for the Chiltern Region Summer Meet are now available.See below:
National Meet at Newton Abbot -
This is just to let you know that the Entertainment on Friday night is “The Flower Power Band” please take note of the name, as D & C would like us all to participate in style for Friday night - so “Peace & Love” to you all its the Flower Power people
I am pleased to say that after 7 weeks I am out of hospital at last. May I thank all of you in North London & Eastern Area for all the cards & best wishes you sent to Ruth & me. I have now to recuperate but really hope to see you at some point at a weekend or THS. The motor home is looking very lonely!And on behalf of all NL&EA members I would like to wish Howard well in his recovery and I'm sure we are all looking forward to seeing him out with us again.
Best wishes from Howard Randall
Just a reminder that its not too late to book for the NFOL.
Brian has booking forms with a credit card section which he can e-mail to you. If you send them to Kathy Giles by the end of the month you will be included in the MCS block booking.
Don't miss out, support this event it's in our area this year and being run by Eastern Region at Houghton Hall Norfolk a lovely site and lots of entertainment arranged
Below are our birthday cards received at the meet:
Pictures are here and more here
A big thank-you to all involved and, of course, to all those who attended.
The weather was cold but overall bright.
Sunday the entertainment in afternoon and evening was from Steve Perry who gave a great performance despite having come down with a cold that gave him difficulty.
On Saturday we were entertained by Georgia Pine who had everyone on the dance floor, with first prize for energetic dancing going to John Adams. We never knew he could move so well.
Brian gave us an Easter quiz on Friday night with hits from 1975 (the founding year) being played by Matt.
Program is below
PS: Don't ask me, I copied this from H&NL website.
Theme is 1960’s Mangrove Holiday Camp,Fancy dress competition, games and disco, a fun and full packed programme all weekend. Site opens at 12 noonSite fee £11.50 pun.
Don't miss out on this unique souvenir
Brian Daniels as soon as possible to reserve yours.To save postage costs you can arrange to pick it up at the next mutually convenient meet.
They have a very good menu and get quite full at weekends so although you no longer need to book your place on the meet you may wish to book a place for a meal in the pub, either on arrival or by phone.
The Cock Inn is a quaint pub with "no bar" and a variety of real ales with a wonderful atmosphere.
The June meet at the Cock Inn, Broom was originally advertised as being a booked meet due to space restrictions but, after a site visit today' we see that the new owners have removed some former fencing and the rally field is now big enough for the restriction to be removed.
To help you take a look at their website http://www.thecockatbroom.co.uk which has their menu plus more information about the pub.