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Christmas Lunch - Sunday 17 December 2017

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Hi Ian,

I think I'm having one of those moments but I can't remember how we arranged the deposit payment for the Christmas meal last year. Is it going to be put in the LDC shop so we can pay by PayPal?

Cheers

Mark

 

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Yes Chris is going to activate some links for that soon...

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13 hours ago, Ian said:

Yes Chris is going to activate some links for that soon...

I thought it was still Summer ?Or 

have I missed summer ?

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5 hours ago, CJWJAMES said:

I thought it was still Summer ?Or 

have I missed summer ?

Early bird Colin...early bird :D

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Judging by the weather today, yes you have Colin.

Plus  I hear Selfridge's Christmas shop has been open for a couple of weeks now......"'It's the most wonderful time of the year" !!  

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Hotel booked for Sunday evening so count myself and Barb in! (Too soon to think about Chrissy though)

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Menu choices sent. When/How do we pay?

 

Danny & Barb

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Sunday 17 December 2017

Following on from the success of last years Christmas Lunch we will be returning to Ansty Hall on Sunday 17 December 2017 at 12:00pm. McDonald Ansty Hall, Ansty, Coventry CV7 9HZ.

Lunch is £29.00 per person and a £10.00 per person deposit is required to secure your booking.

Book Online
You can book online by Credit, Debit Card or using a PayPal account.
Pay Deposit (£10) – click here
Pay Full Amount (£29) – click here

Menu
Please send your completed menu choices to i.francis@lotusdriversclub.org.uk.

The total amount and menu choices will be required by 12 November. Download the menu

Booking
Only reservations directly to the organisers via the email address above (or post) and acknowledged are accepted as valid bookings.

Rooms
Ansty Hall have agreed a special B&B rate, fully refundable (up to 2.00pm on the day of arrival), for Saturday and/or Sunday, which equals or beats the online B&B flexible rate – call 02476 612222 and reference the Lotus Drivers Club to find out more.

Booking options available online include refundable and non refundable rates and include a £10 voucher to spend on extras (drinks etc). Click here to book online

IMPORTANT There's been a few instances where members have listed their names on this forum in the belief that in itself secures a place on organised events. For informal meet-ups (Hilltop etc) that's absolutely fine, but for organised events where we need to have numbers and or tickets (Fast Car Festival etc) you should book as detailed on the website, with the organiser of that event. 

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