Stop Press — Latest news — 16th January 2019

items to note please:

  • Talk details
  • Speakers for the cur­rent period
  • Blog rota for the cur­rent period
  • Key dates for 2019
  • Halifax Hall Lunch — 25th Feb
  • Wentworth Woodhouse visit — 20th March 

Next talk will be:

21 “What do Councillors do all day?” Cliff Woodcraft

The speaker list for 2019 up to April  is now pub­lished.

The blog rota for the cur­rent period is also pub­lished - Please note that we cur­rently have 8 report­ers and we are look­ing for 2 more — come and have a go — its not dif­fi­cult! 

Key dates for 2019 are now pub­lished — Committee Meetings in bold.

Halifax Hall lunch

our spe­cial lunch here is on the 25th February and the cost is £12.50 per head. Please give your cheque to Treasurer Geoff Barwick  — note if you also going to Wentworth Woodhouse please make out sep­ar­ate cheques for each event.

Wentworth Woodhouse

The pro­posed visit on Wed 20th March to Wentworth Woodhouse, the Grade 1 listed stately home which boasts the longest facade of any coun­try house in England, is prov­ing very pop­u­lar with mem­bers and guests. The cost will be £18 per head, or £10 for National Trust mem­bers. If you have not already signed up for this trip, please do so at the meet­ing on Mon 21st January, when club sec­ret­ary Graham Snowdon will be accept­ing pay­ments (cheques only, pay­able to Stumperlowe Probus Club). If you are paying the lower entrance fee for National Trust mem­bers, it is essen­tial that you have a valid NT mem­ber­ship card in your pos­ses­sion on the day.

If you have read this far please let me — Peter Jackson —  know at the next meet­ing!