The Worshipful Masters of Wycombe, Penn & Tylers Green, Burke, Bourne End, Temple Manor, Hall Barn, St Lawrence Lodge, & Entente Cordiale Lodges invite you to a Pig Roast / Garden Party.
This annual event is a great opportunity to socialise, meet old friends and make new ones. It is always very well attended and everyone who's ever gone has had huge complements on the work the chefs do to put on a fabulous feast. This is a wonderful tradition held annually in South Bucks where the monies raised are used to fund several of our local charities. It is a fun-filled day suitable for your entire family, and a great way to introduce friends to the social side of Freemasonry.
Food and drink are to be included within the price of the tickets and will consist of:
A pig roast and a selection of salads
Wine, Beer and soft drinks.
Plenty of free parking is available. The village hall is available for extremes of weather.
Tickets are: £20.00per Adult with Children under 10 half price.
We would like your reply before the 21st April 2018 if possible, to allow the organizing group to make all necessary arrangements. The registration for is located at the bottom of this article.
Please come along to socialize, meet old friends and make new friends
Radnage Village Hall
Radnage Common Road
Bucks HP14 4DD
From High Wycombe take the Wycombe Road (A40) towards Stokenchurch.
Just before Stokenchurch sign post to Radnage, turn right into Muds Bank.
Proceed along Muds Bank, and it changes to City Road, carry straight on. Then turn right into Green End Road. Turn Right into Radnage Common Road. The Village Hall is on the right hand side.
…………………………Registration Form Below………………………………………………
Please return this slip with your payment.
I would like _____ tickets for the Summer BBQ / Garden Party
Please return your form and cheque to:
Tony Martin, 3 Green Valley Park, Whitehouse Lane, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP10 0NS
Cheques to be made payable to A.J Martin
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