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Epsom Club Newsletter

Well, I don’t know…..it was always said that January and February were dull and boring after the celebrations of Christmas and New Year.
That is certainly not the case at the club, is it? After a very busy January we have a very, very busy February coming up;
 
Thursday 22nd ~ Club EGM – where various options on how the club could move forward with regards to investment into the Building and Renovation generally
(see below this newsletter for further info).   
 
Sunday 25th ~ Another of the very popular Sunday Carvery Lunches. Choose between a two-course or 3-course meal.  
The Main Course being Pork, Beef and Turkey, and a selection of Vegetables. 
 2 courses ~ £18, 3 courses £21, Children £9. You’ll find a poster on the board ready to collect your names! 
 
And don’t forget…that every Tuesday through to Friday there’s a Happy Hour at the club! 
(Actually its really Happy Two Hours as it runs from 4pm to 6pm.)
During this time you’ll get a 30% discount on your drinks. 
This discount only applies to cash, debit or credit card purchases. 
 
A couple of tasters for March and April (There’s loads more but I don’t want you to doze off …so will do another list very soon!)
Sunday 10th March ~ Mother’s Day Lunch, from Noon. 
There’ll be a selection of starters, a choice of 3 meats for the main course and delicious desserts.
2 courses £18, 3 courses £21, Children £9.
Sign up on the poster on the notice board to guarantee your table.
 
Saturday 20th April ~ We’re off to the Epsom Playhouse to see My Fair Lady
We’re booked for the 2.30pm performance and will go back to the club for dinner after the show.
My Fair Lady, thought to be one of the greatest musicals, tells the tale of a pompous professor who tries to transform a Cockney lass into a cultured member of the ‘Higher’ classes. Made memorable by the songs ~ Wouldn’t it be Loverly, The Rain in Spain and Get Me To The Church On Time.
Definitely not to be missed!
Tickets are £34, which includes the dinner. 
 
Added to which there’s all the 6 Nations Rugby during February and into March:
 
Saturday February 24  Ireland vs Wales (2.15pm)  Scotland vs England (4.45pm) 
Sunday February 25  France vs Italy (3pm) 
Saturday March 9  Italy vs Scotland (2.15pm)  England vs Ireland (4.45pm) 
Sunday March 10  Wales vs France (3pm) 
Saturday March 16  Wales vs Italy (2.15pm)  Ireland vs Scotland (4.45pm)   France vs England (8pm)
 
That’s it for now from me.
Keep warm!
Cheers
Chris
07703 255409

Forthcoming EGM

To all Full Epsom Club Members  

As Chairman of the Clubs management committee, am pleased invite you to an EGM on the 22nd  February 2024 @ 19.30 at the Club to hear a presentation on the Club’s renovation proposals and vote on a motion to give the committee guidance on the next step actions in relation to building renovationI would encourage you to read all documentation prior to the meeting.  There is a lot of it, a lot of work has been done and it is important you make an informed decision on the options presented to you.  Renovation proposal and Information document has been compiled with details and background information on the process used and the and is available for members to review on request of the club Steward. The file is held behind the bar and can be signed out if you want to review the information in the club. However, it must not be removed from the club as there will be many members who will want to review this file Please submit any questions and/or comments by the 15th February 2024 either by email to secretary@theepsomclub.co.uk or in writing to the secretary at the club  These Question and comments will be collated, and where possible responses prepared before the EGM and emailed out so that everyone can see the questions and answers. 

The EGM February 2024 

At the EGM there will be a presentation of the renovation and finance proposals to members. There will also be a member vote on the following motions shown in the three options below.   The decision will be carried by the motionbased on the total number of votes to progress with renovation proposals versus the number of votes not agreeing to progress.   

The vote will be carried out on the evening of the EGM by a show of hands.  All Full/Country and Honorary members present at the meeting are eligible to vote. 

 1.  The members request the committee to progress with club renovation based on a ringfenced member funding basis. 

2.  The members request the committee to progress with club renovation based on identifying viable alternative funding arrangement(s). 

 3.  The members do not wish the committee to progress with club renovation.