This is a Formal Evening Dinner on Friday 1st October at Hearsall Golf Course celebrating the culmination of the Centenary Year. There will be a Guest Speaker, presentation of Centenary Awards and the Charity Collection. Although based on a formal ‘sit-down’ meal with speeches the intention is for the evening to be a relaxed occasion. Dress code is Lounge Suit / Smart jacket & trousers and Tie.
We hope that most tickets can be bought on-line as below. For those who don’t have a computer, please phone Paul Whitehead on 07747 813378
Tickets need to be pre-booked before September 23rd, 2021
Hearsall Golf Club Rooms
For the event we will have exclusive use of 2 adjoining rooms; a lounge area with a bar, and a dining area.
We will initially meet in the lounge area, to have a drink, chat and circulate for about 45-60 minutes prior to the meal. Guests will be invited to return to this area after the meal and speeches for a less formal atmosphere.
The adjoining Dining area will be arranged with tables for six to out eight people for the meal, speeches and awards.
19.00 – 20.00 – Welcome by Paul Whitehead and relax with a drink in the lounge area
20.00 – 22.30 – Meal, Speeches, & Awards
- Master of Ceremonies Welcome – Mike Thomas
- Chairman’s review of Centenary Year – Bob Tinley
- Guest Speaker – TBC
- Presentation of the Charity Collection – Paul Whitehead
- Formal Awards – Bob Tinley
- Informal Awards – Mike Thomas
- Looking forward to 2022 – TBC
- Close – Mike Thomas
22.30 – 23.00 Post Meal chatting – informal back in the lounge area if they wish
Mike Thomas, Paul Whitehead & Sak Wathansin
Dave Hearn has volunteered as a Photographer for the evening
This activity is not yet open for booking – we will let you know via the Weekly Bulletin when you can apply for tickets.
Please use the form below to apply for tickets to this event.
Tickets to this event are £25. Please complete the following form to make a booking, to indicate if you are likely to request a Vegetarian option, and to let us know if you have any seating preferences