OWACA Luncheon Club

Date
Monday, 23rd September 2019
Time
12 for 1245

OXFORD and ABINGDON (on Thames) CONSERVATIVE LUNCHEON CLUB
at the Principal OXFORD SPIRES HOTEL
M o n d a y, 23rd September 2019 – at noon for 12.45 p.m. sit down
guest speaker – Barnaby Lenon C.B.E. ‘Education’

Dear Member,
I have much pleasure to invite you to our fourth luncheon of the year, and trust that you will continue to keep up our record of good support and attendances. You are welcome to invite friends and family.
Please respond promptly.

Our final event of the year will be on F r i d a y 29th November with our traditional Christmas meal – who knows what we may be celebrating by then.
By popular demand Barnaby is our guest speaker again, as a former Harrow head-master he spoke on the topical subject of Churchill last year, this time his subject will be ‘Education’. We are so fortunate for Barnaby to return, he is busy and a high-profile speaker, do come and support him.
The committee and I look forward to welcoming you on Monday 23rd  September towards a good attendance please.

kind regards,
Pat Jones – chairman

 

Tickets are not posted, just collect your place card on arrival to choose your table.
Contacts: mobile 07 9 70 24 34 75. bt 01865 249 756 ext. 224 (work).
If arriving by car, register your car no. at the Hotel reception to avoid a fine.
Email: patgj1@gmail.com
Royal mail: 29 (twenty nine) Abbey road, Oxford OX 20 AD
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  enc. 2019 Cheque payable to OACLC for Luncheon at the Oxford Spires Hotel  MONDAY 23rd September 2019.
  x  .............3.course meal/s with coffee at £26.00 per head ... £.
  guests - full name and title at £26.00 per head  .. ...   ...   ...     £.
  include a voluntary donation  (OWACA/Oxford East) .. ... .   £.   5.00 thank   you
  OR, I am unable to attend - donation enclosed    ...   ...   ...     £.
Menu: Smoked Salmon Blinis, Horseradish sauce.
Confit of Duck leg, scallion mash, honey and orange jus.
Crème brulee, sable biscuit. Coffee or tea.