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95th Anniversary – Some questions answered

? Booking – details are not yet finalised. An online booking form will be available soon ? Payment – will be accepted in advance by cheque or online bank transfer – we don’t want to deal with cash on the day ??Children will be welcome for the Saturday event (?5 per head) but not for the Friday evening Meet & Greet ??Visitors flying in – stand by while I check with Ops ? Accommodation – to be booked individually – there are limited spaces so first come first served ? The Sergeants’ Mess has a few rooms available at ?20.79 (inc. food) per night. Call Alan Day at the Accommodation Cell on 01572 812241 Ext 7111 to book. ? The Officers’ Mess charges ?15 for a twin or ?12 for a single (exc. food) for one night or ?53.44 (inc. food) for two nights. Call the Officers’ Mess Reception on 01572 812241 x7441 to book. ? Other Ranks accommodation – still working on it, further details to follow ??Other hotels in the area: Barnsdale Lodge – – 01572 724678 Barnsdale Hall – – 01572 757901 Garden House Hotel – – 01780 763359 Greetham Valley – – 01780 460444 Whipper Inn – – 01572 756971 The George – – 01780 750750
Hambelton Hall – – 01572 756 991

Hope this is enough to be going on with. I’ll update the website more frequently as we approach the anniversary.


1 comment to 95th Anniversary – Some questions answered

  • mikeog007

    I think i speak for many members in saying that after the 90th evening do in the officers mess,it is such a shame that this is not being reapted as tne squadron is heading towards its centenury.So far the reason that has been given is that the station commander is not happy and will not budge on the subject.However as a matter of courtesy to all members of the association i think that he should post a reason on the site so all can understand otherwise it seems to be a complete snub to all of us who clearly have fond memories of september 2002.

    Mike O’Gorman

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