2018 Events: Going Well
Lee Rivers 12 Jan 2018 – A great evening of nostalgia and dancing – Enjoyed by all which hopefully will be repeated during 2018.
Quiz Night 10th February – Hosted by Stuart Wesley and his Hemel Hempstead Rotary Club colleagues: Another excellent evening with a close outcome and not too much ‘brain ache’.
Darts Evening 24th February – A re-introduction of friendly rivalry; some images can be viewed by clicking here.
Race Night 17th March Night – Unfortunately owing to adverse travelling conditions the Clerk of the Course Peter Batchelor cancelled the meeting to guard against a poor attendance; We hope that the meeting will be re-staged later in the year
Walking Treasure Hunt of Berkhamstead with Tea & Sandwiches April 8th – A new venture. Come and find the hidden treasures in Berkhamsted – It should take around 1 and 1/2 hours and after there will be tea & sandwiches (maybe soup!) at the club.
Our 2017 season ended with:
1. Presentation Dinner & Dance at Berkhamsted Golf Club on Saturday 11th November 2017 – It was a very well supported evening enjoyed by all. For some images of the evening click here.
2. AGM – Clubhouse Sunday 19th November 2017 at 10:00
3. A very well supported Christmas Coffee Morning held in the Clubhouse on Sunday 26th November 2017. Thanks again for all the raffle prizes donated by our generous local businesses:
Fyfe Butchers, Bovingdon; Results Hairdressers, Hemel Hempstead; Pendley Court Theatre
As always please support all the businesses that support our club.
Winter 2016 – 2017
Sheila Sorley, assisted by Maureen Smart, is preparing a programme of Winter Activities – which is displayed below. Also items are listed in the 2016 Diary. If members have any ideas for the Winter Activities please contact Sheila directly. However if you merely want an item flagging in the Diary then contact Christine Sims.
Winter Activities programme:winter-activities-flyer
Sunday December 18th 2016 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. Christmas Carol Singing in the Clubhouse
A very successful and enjoyable afternoon of carol singing for members plus their family and friends featuring Philip Cheung on Keyboard. Philip did a really good job and all money raised will be split equally between the club and the Hospice of St Francis.
Hopefully some images of the day will follow shortly.