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Dec18Chris O'Neill Funeral

It is with great sadness that we must report the passing of Chris O'Neill, suddenly after a short illness whilst in Spain.

Many of you will know Chris as a long-standing member of the club, having owned his current BJ8 for the last 42 years.

The club would like to extend its sincere condolences to his family at this sad time. He will be missed by all of us.

Chris' funeral will take place at 11am on 18 December at St Vincent’s Catholic Church, Knutsford.

The immediate family will take then go to the crematorium after the funeral mass, whilst everyone else is invited to head straight to the wake at Mere Court Hotel, Warrington Road, WA16 0RW, where the family will join shortly afterwards.

Jan 202012Late Christmas Lunch

The Northern Centre invites members at join us once again at the Golden Pheasant, Plumley Moor Road, Plumley, Knutsford for our Late Christmas Lunch to be held on Sunday the 12th January 2020 where we propose to meet at 12 noon to sit down for lunch at 12.30hrs. The cost will be £30.00 per person for a three-choice, three course meal from their menu of the day and includes table wine, coffee and tea.

The Golden Pheasant is situated at post code WA16 9RX and is best reached by driving south on the A556 for two miles from Junction 19 of the M6 before turning left into Plumley Moor Road at the second set of traffic lights. The Inn is on the right a mile down Plumley Moor Road.

Please contact Ivor to book - see the events entry for contact details.

Last year menu choices were made on the day from the Golden Pheasant’s standard Sunday Lunch Menu. That worked well and everyone seemed well satisfied with the quality and variety of the food and with the service so I intend to keep the arrangements the same this time.

We look forward to seeing you all in the New Year.

May Bank Holiday Weekend 2019 Report

This year our weekend took place on third to sixth of May and was organised by Paul and Jacqui Johnson and Mike and Bernadette Stonier. The event was held in the Scottish borders based at the Dryburgh Abbey hotel. The original building was built in 1845 as the private residence of the Baillie family. The hotel is well situated being yards from the abbey ruins with the final resting places of Field Marshal Haig and Walter Scott More...