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ESAB-VIABLE

NEWSLETTER MAY 10th 2018

The Important Stuff

18th July (Wednesday) – 1pm – Croquet, Hove Bowls Club, Hove Lawns (optional meet 12.30 M&S Churchill Square).

19th July (Thursday)– 7pm Pub, The Pull and Pump, Clarence Square, meet Clarence Square south side bus stop 6.45.

1st August (Wednesday)– 3pm – Tea at Garden Café, St Anne’s Wells Gardens – from No 7 bus stop at Montefiore Road (going towards George Street), take the alley way at the back of the big church.  At the end of the alley, cross the road and take the path going into the path.  Turn right, and the café is on your left.

4th August (Saturday)– 2-4pm – VI Sports, King Alfred’s Leisure Centre

5th August (Sunday)– Devil’s Dyke – meet 11am for bus at M&S Churchill Square.  Lunch at Devil’s Dyke Hotel, bus or walk options for return.  Sunday roast approx £12.  PLEASE NOTE Change of date. Please book by 20th July so we can reserve tables.

18th August (Saturday)– 2-4pm – VI Sports, King Alfred’s Leisure Centre

18th August (Saturday)– 5pm til Late– Picnic, Hove Beach (from King Alfred’s bus stop, walk towards Hove Lagoon, turn first left into Hove Street, walk towards the beach and you will see us there).  Bring food and drink

29th August (Wednesday) – 1pm – Croquet, Hove Bowls Club, Hove Lawns (optional meet 12.30 M&S Churchill Square)..

1st September (Saturday)– 2-4pm – VI Sports, King Alfred’s Leisure Centre

5th September (Wednesday) 3pm – Tea at Jojo’s Icecream Parlour

20th September (Thursday)– 10am-2pm – We have a stall at the Sight & Sound Technology Exhibition at the Brighthelm Centre.

 

Contact details:

Jonathan’s contact details for booking on events:

Telephone (home) 01273 730906

Telephone (mobile) 07941 163358

e-mail jdutton17@gmail.com or esabviable@gmail.com

  

The Background 

Brighton Soup info – the charity sells tickets for evening soup and bread (£4 plus 25p booking fee).  4 local groups pitch for the ticket money and everyone votes for the winner.  People also take food to share.  Great atmosphere.

 

The Chat:

Summertime and the living is… ice cream, croquet, a rose garden tea, sunny pubs and a beach picnic.  Not all lazy, hazy days….. Stormy weather??  We’ll be singing in the rain as there’s 10 pin bowling, VI sports tasters, and lunch at the Dyke.  Let’s go fly a kite.

Summertime in the city is great, but Shoreham has Oldplay, so don’t get those Summertime Blues, come and dance to the music.

 

 

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