Christmas Cocktail Party a Great Success

Last night’s Malvern Bowling Club Christmas Cocktail Party was a wonderful evening of fabulous finger food and great fun.  It is due to the hard work of a small group of people that we can announce it as the Event of the Year.  The team, led by the indefatigable Penny Gamble, created a festive atmosphere with the club rooms beautifully decorated in seasonal style, and the careful planning and preparation of food ensured that no-one went home hungry.  All around the clubroom there was chatter, laughter and conviviality, with background music provided by the King’s College Choir.

This morning, the Club President Tony Gamble sent the following message to the organisers:

“Good morning to Debbie, David, John, Dee, Graeme, June and Pen,

In the aftermath of last night’s party, I wish to pay a special tribute to each of you for your wonderful contribution to its undeniable success. 

I consider that the efforts put into the planning and the conduct of the party itself reflect the wonderful spirit, for which the Malvern Bowling Club is renowned, and it is due to your hard work and the sharing of the camaraderie which created an event of which each of you can be proud.”

The Malvern Bowling Club extends a hearty Seasons Greetings to club members and their families and hopes that the weeks ahead are joyous for you all.

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We are a friendly, boutique Lawn Bowling Club situated in the heart of Malvern. We offer a great place for social barefoot bowling on Wednesday evenings from 5:00pm (including dinner) as well as competitive bowling and a place to socialise with friends. Our clubrooms can be hired for private functions.
  1. Deidre Finemore Reply

    Thank you to all who organised our Christmas Party. John and I had s fun night. Everyone seemed very happy and we were able to catch up with most of the guests. As always the food was delicious, the club house looked fantastic and I loved the music.
    Well done to all involved, especially the Gambles, Hurfords and the Lees.
    Dee

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