St David’s Day Dinner
Our St David’s Day Dinner this year will be held on Friday 1st March at Gerrards Cross Golf Club.
The entertainment this year will be provided by the renowned harpist Claire Jones.
A Welcome drink will be served from 18.30pm with Dinner from 19.15pm
Tickets are £40 per person.
Wine with the meal is not included in the ticket price but can be purchased on the night from an excellent selection available.
The three course meal will be served, with coffee & mints to finish. The menu will be:
Marinated Prawn Skewers (Lemon & herb) with mixed leaves
Alternative option: Leek & Potato Soup
Roast Saddle of Lamb with Roasted Winter Vegetables, New Potatoes, Apricot Stuffing, Red Current Jus
Alternative Vegetarian option: Roasted Mediterranean Vegetable and Pesto Tagliatelle
Bread & Butter Pudding & Custard
Alternative option: Fruit Salad (with cream)
Tea/Coffee & Mints
Song-sheets will be ready for our usual rousing finale with John Breese at the piano, so all we need is for plenty of members and guests to turn up!
Please return the booking form, with your cheque(s) made payable to Chiltern District Welsh Society. So that we have an early indication of numbers please would you email Gwyndaf with numbers. If you wish to form a table with certain other members & guests let Maldwyn or Gwyn know.
Quiz Night Friday 25th January
Twenty four brave members of the Welsh Society braved the winter weather to venture to the Coleshill Village Hall on a dark night in January.
We arranged ourselves into 5 teams of between four and six people.
Mr Jonathan Pegler set the fiendish questions in 7 rounds with subjects such as General Knowledge, 2012, Quotations, Chilterns & London and a Welsh round.
Fish and chips arrived to great acclaim about 8:30pm and gave a brief break from the questions. Jonathan reassured us that the questions were really very easy, it was only finding the answers that was difficult!
Competition was fierce, with each team trying hard not to be last. After a challenge to the electronic scoring system and a re-count a team called ‘the Odd Group’ declared themselves the winners and rushed to claim the glory and prizes.
We finished about 10pm and it was amazing how quickly the hall was cleared of tables and chairs with so many volunteers.
Thanks to Jonathan for all your hard work in preparing and running the quiz.