Forthcoming and Regular Club Events
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Friday 20th October
Going to Gunton Warren and Corton Woods. Meeting at 10:00 am at the Club. Car share. Return back to the Club for lunch at 13:00. All new ramblers welcome to join in with the fun.
Trafalgar Night Dinner
Saturday 21st October
David Caswick from the Nelson Museum will speak about the four sides of Nelson’s Column in Gt.Yarmouth. This will be a genuinely entertaining and interesting evening with all the ritual that goes so well with our Trafalgar Celebration 19:00 for 19:45, Black Tie, Three Course Dinner £31.00
Trafalgar Night Menu
Festive Fun with Flowers with Gloria Goodley
Thursday October 26th 11.00 – 15.00 hrs (Coffee 10.30)
Be inspired and creative for the festive season, bring your old Christmas decorations, and transform them for your Christmas table or anywhere else in your home. For further details please click the here.
|Laying Up Supper
Friday 3rd November
A lively evening discussing all the adventures the Members have experienced on their Summer Boat trips. 19:00 for 19:45 Two Course Supper £19.00
Ladies Talk & Lunch
‘Diamonds are a girl’s best friend’
Wednesday 8th November
Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend” with jewellery expert Maria Pennington. Those of you who came to Maria’s talk on Pearls last year will not want to miss this very interesting talk about how and where diamonds are found and to see some beautiful examples. Bring a piece of your own diamond or pearl jewellery to find out whether it is genuine! Invite some of your friends for a relaxing ‘girlie’ day. Coffee 10.30. Talk 11.15. two-course Buffet Lunch 12.45. Members £16, Non Members £18
Also Announcing an evening not to be missed
Weather Cast Talk with Jim Bacon
Saturday 11th November
WHETHER OR NOT YOU SAIL
DO YOU TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER EVERY DAY?
WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW HOW TO ACCURATELY FORECAST TOMORROW’S WEATHER?
THEN COME ALONG TO JIM BACON’S TALK ON SATURDAY 11TH NOVEMBER 2017 AT 19.45
Supper available from 18:00, £17 per person. Please pre order – Main Course Fish & Chips or Steak Pie, Desserts Vanilla Panna Cotta with Berry Compote, Apple & Blackberry Crumble. Please contact the Club Office to order and book your place.
Jim has been a Meteorologist since 1968 and is still thoroughly fascinated by all things weather. He was one of the founding directors of Weatherquest in 2001.
His career started in East Anglia on RAF stations in 1968 and then moved to Bracknell as a programmer on the Met Office supercomputer for a few years. After a return to aviation forecasting including a spell at Stansted Airport, he then went on to gain a degree in Meteorology at Reading University before being posted to London Weather Centre, where he became a senior forecaster. This work involved forecasting for the offshore industry and media forecasting for national radio and television in the days of the magnetic (some not so) symbols.
In 1985 Jim’s family life started with twins, which made twelve hour shift-working in Central London very challenging, and the next year he moved back to East Anglia to become a member of the Anglia Television weather team. This lasted until 1997 when Jim rejoined the Met Office for a period before setting up Weatherquest when the local Norwich Weather Centre was closed down. Jim has been a guest speaker on the subject of the ‘Weather Business’ as well as talks on radio propagation to amateur radio clubs (he is a keen radio amateur and still uses Morse code, but not so much in weather forecasts!).
Jim plans to talk about the current availability of weather data for sailors and how to interpret longer-range forecasts when route planning. He will also introduce a radar service which can be subscribed to and shows real time rain/lightning and wind data from official observing stations.
Jim will (very generously) not charge for coming along, so your Social Committee (who had to book him 18 months in advance) have agreed that Jim will take a collection in aid of EAST ANGLIA’S CHILDREN’S HOSPICE.
We look forward to welcoming you all
REGULAR CLUB EVENTS
BRIDGE CLUB / CLASSES Thursdays 14:00 All levels of Bridge enthusiasts welcome, classes available for beginners, £2.50 per person including Tea, Coffee and Cake. Please register your interest with the Club Office
BOOK CLUB – Thursday
Enjoy lively literary discussion over coffee and cake, 10:30 until 12:00. All Members welcome. Copies of the current book can be borrowed from the Club Office. First Thursday of each month unless otherwise notified Next date:- Thursday 5th October 2017 To discuss “All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr
DATES FOR THE DIARY
Friday 27th October Crane out
Wednesday 8th November Ladies Talk/Lunch
“Diamonds are a girls best friend”
Wednesday 15th November Quiz night
Sunday 10th December Club Christmas Lunch
Wednesday 13th December Quiz Night
Saturday 16th December Club Christmas Dinner
Sunday 17th December Children’s Christmas Party
Monday 25th December Christmas Day Lunch
Sunday 31st December New Years Eve Party