Summer Super Friday 8 August

Summer Supper – The Bluebell Café, Barrowmore – 7:00 pm

This is our opportunity to get together for a quiet chat over supper this summer. We have a special evening booked at The Bluebell Café, at Barrowmore* which is a new venture run by Leonie – many of you will remember that she has done catering for the club in the past.  

Menu

Baked camembert with crudités & bread sticks

Olives

French bread, olive oil & balsamic

 

Salmon supreme topped with asparagus & fennel wrapped in smoked salmon

With a herb & lemon dressing

Warm buttered baby new potatoes

Mixed salad

 

Trio of dessert

Chocolate tart, meringue, fresh cream & berries

Coffee & tea

£17.95

 

Carriages 10:45 (overnight parking also available)

The Bluebell Café is now licenced with wine starting from £7.50 a bottle – see Cheeky Little Tipples for the drinks list.

An alternative meal is available for anyone with special dietary needs – just let me know you have booked as below secretary@secure.ohwc.org.uk

If you wish to be included please pay £17.95 per person by 31 July: 

Please pay direct to the OHWC bank account (20-20-46 30310344) ensuring you include a reference in your on-line banking system of your name or initials.

Please could you also send an email confirmation to Nicola, OHWC Treasurer (indicating Summer Supper) treasurer@secure.ohwc.org.uk

The Treasurer will confirm receipt of your deposit by email. Should you not receive confirmation within 10 days please contact her.

*The Bluebell Café has been opened by Barrowmore to help support the Barrowmore Limited Charity which is committed to assisting people with learning difficulties to achieve their full potential. The Barrowmore EstateBarnhouse Lane, Great Barrow, Chester CH3 7JA, is situated 7 miles east of Chester in 85 acres of prime parkland originally owned by the Lyle Smith family and was purchased by the Joint Committee of the British Red Cross and the Order of St John of Jerusalem in 1920 as a sanatorium to treat service personnel returning from the First World War with tuberculosis. Since then the organisation has developed into one of the region’s foremost disability charities.