Rolleston Club News 2006

Spring 2006

Burnsí Night

On January 25th we had a very successful Burnsí Night Supper, combined with our weekly quiz. The supper consisted of haggis, turnips, carrots and mashed potatoes and gravy, along with a glass of wine or a glass of whisky all for £4:50.

The quiz was taken by one of our resident quizmasters, the prize for winning was a gallon of ale and a very good night was had by all.

Future Suppers include:-

St Patrickís to be held on March 15th with Irish Stew + glass of wine or glass of whisky at £4:50.

St Georgeís to be held on April 29th with Cottage pie + two veg + Blackberry and apple crumble and custard + tot of whisky or glass of wine £5:50.

Donít forget to bring your flag to wave! Both events will include a quiz and the chance to win a gallon of ale. Tickets will be on sale at the Club two weeks before each event. I should like to point out that the actual date for St Patrickís Day is March 17th, and St Georgeís Day is April 23rd, but we hold them on the nearest Wednesday for the quiz.

The club has regular quiz nights on Wednesday starting at 9pm every week and you are all welcome.

The club has got off to an excellent start this year with many people joining for the first time.

If you are interested in hand-pulled, real ale the club is the place for you. We have Pedigree, Bass, London Pride, and a different guest ale most weeks, and they are kept in excellent condition by our Stewards :- Sandra and Phyllis (Thank you Girls) We also have all the other beers, Guinness, Carling, Worthington, Coors Light and many more plus an excellent selection of wines.

Many other events take place in the club most weeks including -Whist, Bridge, Darts Dominoes, Snooker, Bowls. There is Bingo every Friday and Sunday night at 8pm,and on Monday nights we have indoor skittles.

I would like to extend a very warm welcome to you, if you need any further information please ring:- 01283 812072.

James Toon 
President Rolleston Club

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