Golden Cap Association (West Dorset)

a local association of the National Trust

Golden Cap Association (West Dorset)

a local association of the National Trust

User Tools

Site Tools


Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Next revision
Previous revision
news:time_to_eat_again [27/04/2012 19:48]
admin created
news:time_to_eat_again [03/05/2012 23:00] (current)
Line 3: Line 3:
 In recent years it has become a custom to celebrate mid spring with a meal at Marsh Barn - an ex-restaurant which is available for hire by groups prepared to do their own catering. In recent years it has become a custom to celebrate mid spring with a meal at Marsh Barn - an ex-restaurant which is available for hire by groups prepared to do their own catering.
  
-We are fortunate in having a very efficient group of ladies who not only prepare delicious home-made food but are also willing to provide a waitress/​waiter service and wash-up afterwards. Members always greatly appreciate their efforts and the occasion at the end of April 2012 was no exception.+We are fortunate in having a very efficient group of ladies ​(and their partners) ​who not only prepare delicious home-made food but are also willing to provide a waitress/​waiter service and wash-up afterwards. Members always greatly appreciate their efforts and the occasion at the end of April 2012 was no exception.
  
 The Soup and Sweet lunch menu included Lamb & Vegetable; Potato & leak; or Tomato & Basil Soups with a choice of Sticky Toffee Pudding; Plum Crumble; or Lemon Cheesecake to follow. All followed by tea or coffee and mints. A great time was had by all with diets conveniently being forgotten for the day. The Soup and Sweet lunch menu included Lamb & Vegetable; Potato & leak; or Tomato & Basil Soups with a choice of Sticky Toffee Pudding; Plum Crumble; or Lemon Cheesecake to follow. All followed by tea or coffee and mints. A great time was had by all with diets conveniently being forgotten for the day.

This site is maintained by the Committee of the Golden Cap Association (West Dorset) www.rjt.org.uk