LOWDOWN Summer 2015 page 31

NEWS HOUND
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CHRISTMAS LUNCH, 7th December 2014
THE WHITE HORSE, DITCHLING, EAST SUSSEX.

Christmas Lunch 2014 was once again at The White Horse at Ditchling, West Sussex. The overwhelming consensus was that it was the best one yet.

Landlord John and his staff provided an interesting choice of menu in addition to the traditional Christmas fare; from starters including ham hock, and chestnut cannelloni, to main course spiced, slow-roasted duck, and homemade venison pie. The choice and quality were thought excellent.




Brian treated us to a light-hearted address about the successes achieved by the Club in its first year and then presented to Lainey Tiffin the Walks Trophy for 2014.

She seemed surprised to have won, but it was well deserved!.

This merry annual event always puts us in the right seasonal mood for a Christmas to be enjoyed with our hounds.

Photos courtesy of Frankie Roberts ©2015

Cover of the Basset Hound Owners Club newsletter Lowdown

Christmas Lunch 2014 was once again at The White Horse at Ditchling, West Sussex. The overwhelming consensus was that it was the best one yet.

Landlord John and his staff provided an interesting choice of menu in addition to the traditional Christmas fare; from starters including ham hock, and chestnut cannelloni, to main course spiced, slow-roasted duck, and homemade venison pie. The choice and quality were thought excellent.




Brian treated us to a light-hearted address about the successes achieved by the Club in its first year and then presented to Lainey Tiffin the Walks Trophy for 2014.

She seemed surprised to have won, but it was well deserved!.

This merry annual event always puts us in the right seasonal mood for a Christmas to be enjoyed with our hounds.

Photos courtesy of Frankie Roberts ©2015

Cover of the Basset Hound Owners Club newsletter Lowdown

Christmas Lunch 2014 was once again at The White Horse at Ditchling, West Sussex. The overwhelming consensus was that it was the best one yet.

Landlord John and his staff provided an interesting choice of menu in addition to the traditional Christmas fare; from starters including ham hock, and chestnut cannelloni, to main course spiced, slow-roasted duck, and homemade venison pie. The choice and quality were thought excellent.




Brian treated us to a light-hearted address about the successes achieved by the Club in its first year and then presented to Lainey Tiffin the Walks Trophy for 2014.

She seemed surprised to have won, but it was well deserved!.

This merry annual event always puts us in the right seasonal mood for a Christmas to be enjoyed with our hounds.

Photos courtesy of Frankie Roberts ©2015

Cover of the Basset Hound Owners Club newsletter Lowdown

first published in LOWDOWN

editor Tony Roberts

 Xmas Lunch