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Family Fun Day - 4th June


Morning all,

Just a reminder about the Family Fun Day which is to take place on 4th June. This year it really is a day full of activities!!

Attractions during the day will include:

  • Activities/Demonstrations 1200-1700 (*subject to availability on the day)

  • Jazz band

  • Vintage car rides*

  • Adult bouncy castle

  • Penalty shoot out

  • Fender throwing

  • Mooring line over a pin

  • Knots for skippers and crews

  • RNLI + life jacket inspections*

  • Regalia sales

  • Sweets on a cake competition

  • Fire and Rescue Service*

  • Penton Hook Model Boats*

  • Raffle

  • TWYC Bar

  • Food 1300-1700

  • BBQ

  • Cream teas and ice lollies

After a short break in proceedings:

At 1900 we will be holding a traditional "Street Party", hopefully outside.

Sandwiches, jam tarts, cakes, jellies, trifles etc.

This is a bookable event please so we can cater for numbers. FOR THIS PART OF THE DAY ONLY Please book in the usual way - in the Club or by email – events@twyc.co.uk

Donations of cakes, jellies or trifles from any member would be most welcome - Please let me know if you fancy some baking or dessert preparation – john.forsaith@btinternet.com

And then,

Evening Competitions 2000 - late

Darts

Pool

The Commodore and your committee look forward to seeing as many of you as possible for some or all of the day!

John

Vice Commodore


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