This post caused a very minor flurry of quite appropriate correspondence a couple of weeks back. Last night I mentioned the fact that although 'Taste and See' appeared on the church notice sheet as happening every Monday night at 9.30 p.m. in the Old Farmhouse (a pub) nobody would have the first idea what it was. The name will be changing, we agreed.
I offered Trendlewood Men's Night as an Aunt Sally but it was rightly pointed out that some of the men (well one last night) weren't really Trendlewood men (sound like a sort of missing link like Piltdown Man).
Trendlewood men and some others meet in the pub for a drink all welcome hasn't really got that snap a pithy title needs (can pith snap?) so we decided that 'Men in Pub' sort of worked and the venue would give a big clue as to the locale it was serving. So, from January 8th (after Trendlewood Committee) we will be Men in Pub.
Topics for discussion need suggesting soon or we will have to listen to Ed's repertoire of 30 year old jokes again. It's a mighty repertoire and one day he may tell one I haven't heard. Morning Ed.
By the way it's not all beer. Wine drinkers and abstainers welcome. The Sussex bitter is very good though.