Sunday 30 October – Walk – Carharrack -1000 & Lunch 1300
Thursday 3 November – Meanderers Lunch – 1230
Friday 4 November – Talk – Sue Kittow – 2000 hours (suppers from 1830)
Thursday 10 November – Laying Up Supper – 1830 for 1900
Thursday 10 November – DNW Valuation Day – 1000 – 1400
Friday 11 November – Film Night – Agatha Christie’s Murder Ahoy – 2000
Wednesday 16 November – Quiz Night – 1900
Saturday 19 November – Charity Coffee Morning & Yot Grot – from 1030
Friday 25 November – Talk – Pam Kemp – 2000 hours (suppers from 1830)
Saturday 26 November – COGS prize giving – 1900 for 1930
Sunday 27 November – Walk 1000 & Lunch 1300Friday 2 December – Annual Dinner Dance – Royal Duchy Hotel -1900 for 1930
Wednesday 7 December – Quiz Night – 1900
Friday 16 December – Carols – David Muirhead & Cadgwith Singers
Sunday 18 December – Children’s Christmas Party – 1500
Saturday 24 December – Christmas Punch Party & Draw – 1200
Saturday 31 December – New Year’s Eve Party – 2000
** Thursday evenings – 50% off specials board**
I am very sorry to inform members that Dorothy Shapland passed away on Sunday 23 October. Dorothy and Richard, one of our former Commodore’s, both joined the Club over 42 years ago in 1974 and they have been very loyal supporters over the years. Our sincere condolences are with Richard and family members.
The funeral will take place on Monday, 7th November, 3.15 pm at Falmouth Parish Church of King Charles the Martyr, followed by a wake here at the Club. The Club Ensign will lay at half-mast as a mark of respect on the day of the funeral.
Bob Collings, Commodore
Bar & Events Manager
Following interviews held earlier this week, we are pleased to inform you that Natasha Retchford (Tash) has been appointed as Bar & Events Manager from 1st November. As many of you know, Tash has been working here for several years and has been acting as Bar Manager for the past few months. A warm welcome to Tash in this new role!
TALK – Friday 25 November at 8pm
Pam Kemp – Divemaster
A light-hearted look at the world …….. that lies beneath your keel.
It promises to be an entertaining and colourful evening. Not to be missed…. Why not start with a fish supper from 6.30 pm!
Pam Kemp has had a varied and rich career and her interest in underwater photography led her to work in eco-tourism, primarily on a variety of expedition cruise ships as a marine tour specialist. She has worked in some 120 islands within 40 countries worldwide. Over the years she has won several international photography competitions and her work has appeared in a number of prestigious books and magazines. Ultimately she hopes her work will be seen as something which inspires a sense of wonder, both in humanity and the natural world.
Planning a Christmas Party?
We still have dates available if you are planning a Christmas party for family, friends and/or colleagues and we have a fantastic 3 course menu for just Â£20.00 per person. Click here for the menu.
Parties of 10 or more will receive 25% discount* on the food bill.
Please contact a member of our bar and catering team for more information and to book – telephone 01326 311105.
*The 25% discount only applies to the special Christmas party menu and does not include any drinks.
RCYC ANNUAL DINNER & DANCE at the Royal Duchy Hotel
Friday 2nd December, 7 for 7.30 pm
Don’t leave it too late to organise a table for this year’s RCYC Annual Dinner Dance. The closing date for bookings is 18 November and the numbers are building steadily. The Royal Duchy Hotel put on a splendid evening, with a 3 course dinner and there is dancing to a live duo. The cost is just Â£36 per person and overnight accommodation at the Royal Duchy Hotel is also available at a reduced rate.
Click here for the booking form and the menu. Booking forms can also be found in the Oak Room and in the function folder in the Bar or just contact Karen in the admin office.
SUNDAY WALK â€“ 30 October
Carharrack – Hale Mills – Goon Gumpas – Carharrack
Walk 1000 hours : Lunch 1300 hours approx.
This walk through some of Cornwall’s industrial past is mostly along stony tracks, with occasional muddy puddles but no stiles. More details here.
TALK – Friday 4 November – Sue Kittow
Walks in the Footsteps of Winston Graham’s Poldark
Come along and hear local author and freelance journalist Sue Kittow give an insight into her third book â€œWalks in the Footsteps of Winston Grahamâ€™s Poldarkâ€. This talk will not only appeal to walkers but to readers and followers of the BBCâ€™s Poldark period drama too! Sue will explain how she became immersed in the world of Poldark places, the characters and history.
Talk at 8 pm, suppers from 6.30 pm. List up in the bar.