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EATES Annual Dinner Dance 2018

9 September 2018 -

Dear Member 
 

It is my pleasure to invite you and your friends to join us for our Annual Dinner & Dance. 

This year we are having a change of venue. The rustic charm of ‘The Bell Hotel’ with its oak beams, inglenook fireplaces and 15th century history is the perfect venue for our Dinner Dance.  

Rooms are available at the hotel for those wishing to stay on overnight, at very reasonable prices, to book please call 01842 754455 and quote “EATEC Dinner”  

Accommodation is also available at: 

  • Premier Inn, Lynn Wood, Maine Street Thetford IP24 3PG. To Book Call 08715 279090. Travelodge, Bridge Street, Thetford IP24 3AE. To book call 08715 591889 

The ‘Auction of Promises’ has become very successful. We are looking for members to donate items or promises which could be auctioned off, or placed in the raffle to raise money for the club. Even if you can’t attend the dinner, please do consider donating.  Dress code is smart casual – so boiler suits if you must!  

The ticket price for this year is set at £30.00 per person, and the menu can be found on the ticket form for download below.

All cheques to be made payable to ‘East Anglian Traction Engine Club’ We must have completed forms back, complete with payment, by no later than Monday the 15th October.This gives you all plenty of time to get the Dinner Dance in your diary’s – so please do book as early as you can and bring as many friends as possible! 

Please find the form for download below.DOWNLOAD 

 PLEASE RETURN ALL FORMS COMPLETE WITH CHEQUES BY THE 8th OCTOBER TO:  Andrew Waling, Inham Farm, Panswell Lane, Wisbech, Cambs PE13 4TN.  

Cheques to be made payable to “East Anglian Traction Engine Club” 

To book accommodation at “The Bell Hotel” at reduced rate please contact them directly and quote “EATEC Dinner”

On behalf of the EATES committee Andrew Waling,  Chairman  

 

 


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