Dear Friend of CRFC,
I would like to invite you to join the Senior Committee at the 2018/19 End of Season Celebratory Lunch, on Saturday the 29th of June. We intend to use this occasion to celebrate achievements of the whole Club during the past season, present senior player awards, thank our excellent kitchen and bar staff, mark the retirement of our longstanding 1st XV prop, Phil Veltom and initiate the 100 Caps Club, for those who have played 100 or more games for the 1st XV. In addition, we will be making the final draw of the 100 Club with a 1st prize of £500. Our VPs, Members, Sponsors, families and friends are all very welcome. Please do join us.
We will gather at 12:00 for a 12:30 sit down. Dress code will be preferably jacket and Club tie/ladies equivalent, but smart casual is also fine. Lunch will be priced at £20 per head and there will be also be a separate wine raffle. Please bring a bottle for the raffle and help raise much needed funds for our Club. If you have an item to auction, please let me know. Individual places and tables of 10 are available but must be pre-booked and prepaid to ensure we know how many to cater for.
To reserve your booking please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the names of your guests (or the number of seats you would like to reserve).
Please prepay for your booking by Wednesday, the 26th of June. We would prefer that your payment be made by an electronic bank transfer to the Club’s account number 10256706 sort code 20-20-62 using the reference End and your surname but will also accept a cheque or cash in an envelope behind the bar with your name and same reference. This must be left at Club by the preceding Wednesday. This prepayment ensures that a table plan can be arranged, and sufficient vitals bought in. There will be no facility for payment on the day.
Thank you for your continued support of our Club. The Senior Committee and I very much look forward to seeing you on the 29th of June.
Yours in rugby
P A McAlpine CBE
Updated 22:10 - 6 May 2019 by Simon Tanner