The following item appears in the Bulletin 24the Feb 1972
"Carbeque" This Sunday 12 noon. A Day out for the whole family with a drive through the country with the wife as navigator, the kids in the back with a list of things to count, check points on the way to watch your progress, any friction noted between navigator and driver will incur a penalty.
At the end. of approx 1 hour run there will be races for the kids, pillow fights, lolly scrambles, a barn with hay, picnic tea or barbacue. Don't put the children in their Sunday best unless you happen to be a Drycleaner."
Participants were issued with a navigation sheet, written in the worst doggerel imaginable, but apparently drivers were not put off. The last written below
Onward and upward your kilos go
You'll find the going windy slow.
Ne'er be tempted to turn aside
Till there's a ROAD ON THE LEFT-HAND side.
'APPILY now you're near the end.
Just four more k's there are to wend,
And then right by ahead of you
You'll find, I hope, the barbecue.
No guessing where they turned up. It looks as if Ron Ebbett of Aperley Road was hosting again.
In the following Bulletin it was reported that "fun and games was had by all, and by devious means $100 plus went into Club revenue."
Change Over Night 22nd June 2017
Over 80 gathered in the Town Hall to farewell Outgoing President Richard Howell and his wife Diane, and welcome to the Chains of Office, the Incoming President Steve Winter and his wife Janice.
This marked the end of a remarkable period of service to the Club in the highest office. Richard served 18 continuous months as President, taking over from President Paul Bee when Paul was unable to continue because of work commitments. Considering he was the 50th Jubilee President in 2009, Richard has now completed 30 months in the role.