Archive for October, 2012

Even though it is half term, Circuit Training is still on tomorrow (Thursday), at 6pm in the Memorial Hall.

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Halloween frights await!


– JF-S

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Tonight – Halloween at the Legion

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Remembrance Sunday 2012

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This lovely romantic film, based on the book Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, tells of a visionary sheik who has a big dream — to bring salmon fishing to the desert. Willing to spare no expense, he instructs his representative to turn his dream into reality. The Prime Minister’s overzealous press secretary latches on for its potential as a ‘good will’ story. Now, this unlikely team will put it all on the line and embark on an upstream journey of faith and fish to prove the impossible, possible.

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Ahoy there, landlubbers: remember the cribbage board reputedly owned by Lord Nelson? It brought £1,900, hammer plus buyer’s premium, which I would venture to say guarantees a watertight provenance.

In a quandary about what on earth to buy your friends and relations for Christmas? Fear ye not, for help is at hand in the form of “The Pippa Middleton Xmas Gift Guide for Commoners.” Pippa has vehemently denied exploiting her royal connections to break into this extremely lucrative market. Her merchandise includes: replica royal crowns, fake corgi whoopsies, Duchy of Cornwall luxury hampers, Sandringham Pheasant paté with truffles, ermine-lined House of Windsor wellies, Queen Victoria’s secret lingerie, Duke of Edinburgh Xmas crackers (containing a paper top hat, a Highgrove haggis and a gaffe), signed copies of the ”Princess Anne Book of Hairstyles”, Prince Edward’s ”My Time in the Royal Marines”, Prince Andrew’s ”Budget Travel” and  ”How to Get More for Your House” and Prince Harry’s “A History of the House of Hangover”.

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On behalf of the Legion, I would like to say many, many thanks to everyone who was involved with, and who supported yesterday’s harvest festival.

Lots of people generously gave up their time, donated produce and spent their money!!! As a result we managed to raise £350 for the Welfare Fund!

   Emma

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