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News Release - BSMTTC News 80
Dateline: 2 June 2018

Members have a ball!

Fabulous food, great music and excellent company were the ingredients for a sensational end of season social for the 70 or so members and guests who gathered at Marine on Friday 1 June. With popular sounds of the 60's and 70's from the live music of the Silhouettes the evening got off to a foot stomping start, and despite it being a warm evening many took to the dance floor to jive along. Martin and his team of caterers provided a hot buffet par excellence with some delicious desserts, and the bar seemed to be doing very regular business! The customary grand raffle had numerous prizes, with the top prize being a generously donated £50 gift voucher to spend in Liverpool One. There is no doubt this was one of the best end of season socials the club has staged. Everyone seemed to have a great time, and the food, music and company were all top quality. Even if the Club is not the best at table tennis in the world, it must be pretty close to the best at putting on a really good party!

Below you will find a few pictures; in the video clip at the end see how many of the guests you can identify. Answers on a postcard please to the event organizer, Keith Hardman, and you never know the one with the most correct answers may also get a prize......any one for table tennis?

The entertainment was provided by the Silhouettes, and very good it was too encouraging many onto the dance floor.

Event organizer Keith Hardman, left, with Club Treasurer Ian Brownrigg. Although the social event was not aimed at being a fundraiser it did add a further £150 to the new property fund

The evening was ably compared by Bernard Cooney seen here with Treasurer Ian

And below, just a small sample of the excellent hot buffet enjoyed by guests. Think the desserts were all gobbled up before anyone could photograph them they were so delicious!

Above a selection of the grand raffle prizes, and MC Bernard Cooney presents the winning raffle prize, a £50 L1 voucher won by Margaret Jackson.


Below is a video clip showing a selection of the guests that attended. How many can you name? Answers to Keith Hardman, with a prize for the person who gets the most correct......

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