HAYLING ISLAND BUSINESSMEN’S CLUB – May Report
Hayling Island Businessmen’s Club invite you to “Get Stuffed” ………..in the nicest possible way of course
Although no one has told the weather, it will soon be Barbeque time again and Club members are busy preparing for the Club’s main fund raising event of the year, the ANNUAL BARBEQUE At Northney Farm, St Peter’s Road, North Hayling on Saturday 14th July starting at 8.00pm. Although not held last summer, the HIBC Barbeque has been a firm favourite on the Island for many years and demand for tickets is expected to be high. In addition to excellent food, entertainment will be provided by Status Quo tribute band, Bogus Quo supported by a lively disco, stalls and games. There will also be a beer and soft drinks for sale as well as a wine bar. The price of tickets has been held at £16 for yet another year representing excellent value for a memorable night out.
PROCEEDS FROM THIS EVENT WILL GO TOWARDS THE RUNNING COSTS OF THE HAYLING ISLAND COMMUNITY BUS AND OTHER LOCAL BENEFICIARIES.
TICKETS NOW AVAILABLEfrom all Club members and the following outlets:
The Lions Community Shop in Mengham
Haydens Garage in West Town on 02392 462660
Hayling Community Centre in West Town on 02392 467 562
Belmont Hairdressers in West Town on 02392 468721
Morris Dibben in Mengham on 02392 465942
Geoff Foot Estate Agents in Mengham on 02392 461666
NEW MEMBERS – Recruitment Officer Andy Lenaghan reports that his ongoing friendly campaign to increase the membership is going well with three prospective new members attending forthcoming meetings. The Club will always welcome enquiries for membership, please contact Andy at email@example.com
AWARDS – At the Club meeting on 9th May members were pleased to agree monetary awards to the following:
3 Platoon, Hayling Army Cadets, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Army Cadet Force towards the purchase of tables.
Jacob Knight a donation to help with the second and final year of sponsorship at London Irish AASE
March draw winning numbers : 39 – £50 113 – £50
April draw winning numbers : 22 – £50 94 – £50
SNIPPET FROM THE PAST – 47 YEARS AGO
Hayling Island Businessmen’s Club Report – January 1965
Club member, Les Hedger reported a family in need (he was already supplying vegetables of his own for free). The father had recently had his leg amputated and although determined to return to work soon to support his family this seemed medically doubtful. The Club agreed to take over the hire charges of the family’s television set and authorised Les Hedger to buy whatever was needed. This included a birthday party dress for the family’s young daughter. Les reported that the “gratitude of the father was unbelievable”