This just in from Paul Catterwell of the WASH Committee. For more information about “WASH,” the National Holiday at Hunstanton in Norfolk, please contact us using the form on the Contact Page or come along any Tuesday evening (9pm onwards) to the White Horse Inn, Chadwell Heath.
Its hard to believe that there is only 46 days to WASH!
To all those who have booked so far, may we take this opportunity to thank you and are sure you will love the entire weekend. To those who haven’t booked yet GET ON WITH IT!!!
So what can you look forward to this year? We have booked 4 acts, so everyone has something they like, 2 sets of karaoke, for those who want 4 minutes of fame (or is that infamy), the infamous WASH quiz, complete with ‘interesting’ team names and heckling, geocaching, for those who like a bit of adventure, a town trail, for those who like the idea of adventure but would rather have a stroll, hooplasize, for those who want to wiggle their hips and the indoor mini Olympics, don’t worry nonsporting ability needed at all!
See you soon
WASH 2014 Bookings Officer
From Paul Catterwell of the WASH Committee:
Its quite scary to think but WASH is only 79 days away!
Bookings are going really well and we stand a really good chance of bettering last years figures, which just shows that Plus really is on the way back
We have 4 acts booked, 2 karaoke sessions, the infamous WASH quiz and this year we are hosting the Indoor Mini Olympics
The themes for those who want are Prom Night on Saturday and Royalty on Sunday night.
See you soon
WASH 2014 Bookings Officer
Members of Chadwell Heath-based community group “Barking & Dagenham Plus” were feeling flushed with success last tuesday when they staged their Annual Poker Tournament at the White Horse Inn. So popular did it prove that card-sharps from all over Essex converged on the venue to test their Texas Hold’em skills.
The overall winner of the evening was Miss Gemma Crader, 23 (see picture).
Club-chairman Richard Leach said:
“Our Poker tournament is such a draw, that next year we are planning to up the ante and use it as a charitable fund-raising event.”
Barking & Dagenham Plus is a social group for young adults aged 18 and over, which helps out local causes as well as providing an enjoyable time for its members. It meets every Tuesday evening from 9pm at the White Horse, Chadwell Heath. For more information, including how to join, please phone Joe on 07958 669339, or visit http://www.barkingdagenhamplus.com
This from Trevor Eley, A&SEA Plus Area Treasurer:
For those going by train, we’re catching the 9.33 train from London Bridge, which should get us to Hastings for 11 o’clock, where we’ll meet with anyone who hasn’t gone by train, outside the station. Cost from London Bridge is £31.10, but if you’ve got a railcard or there’s a group of 3 or more, you should be able to get it for £20.55.
This from Paul Catterwell of Kings Lynn Plus:
It’s hard to believe that this year is the 10th anniversary since we moved to the current venue for the king’s Lynn Mid Summer Weekend.
This year its from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th July. Come join the 50 –60 we have every year!
For those who have never been before the cost is £10.00 for 2 nights camping either in the woods or on the playing field, all non-meat for the Saturday BBQ and for the disco on Saturday night. For one nights camping, BBQ and disco its £7.00 and for the BBQ and disco only its £5.00.
We arrive anytime after 3pm on Friday and chuck tents up. For those not wanting the hassle of tent erecting many people sleep in the hall. Friday night is traditionally a relaxing evening and we organise a Chinese and Pizza run. On Saturday those who don’t sleep half the day can visit Beers of Europe, Sandringham, Ely or whatever else takes their fancy. We light the BBQ about 5pm, and start the disco around 8.30pm.
Theres no bar there so its bring your own beer and meat for the BBQ
The venue is Tottenhill Village Hall, Whin Common Road, Tottenhill, Norfolk, PE33 0RS
King’s Lynn Plus Activities Officer
If you have seen strange people dressed as pirates and monsters from Doctor Who wandering the streets of Barking and other parts of Essex, you will be pleased to know that their efforts have finally paid off! Last Tuesday, the members of local social group “Barking & Dagenham Plus” handed over the results of their charitable fund-raising activities to Woodford Green based children’s Hospice “Haven House.”
Rebecca Cushway, Community Events Manager at Haven House, visited the group at their venue, the White Horse in Chadwell Heath, and gave a presentation on the work of the charity, which includes providing an enjoyable environment to children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions – and giving much needed relief to their parents. She was then presented with a cheque for £600 by Richard Leach, the club’s chairman.
“We usually do a sponsored walk every September. We have also staged successful Darts Tournaments and other fund-raising events throughout the year, and in 2014 we intend to better our last year’s total – and all the time providing a fun social atmosphere for our members.”
For more information about Barking & Dagenham Plus, including how to join, please contact Joe on 07958 669339, or visit our website: www.barkingdagenhamplus.com