Category: Brighton Sussex Channel

Brighton Sussex and the Channel October Newsletter

SKÅL UK NATIONAL: A WEEKEND TO REMEMBER Phew!  For those of you not at the National Assembly in Eastbourne over the 22-24 September weekend, you missed a grand do. So despite the doom-mongers and nay-sayers we had bu ...

Brighton Sussex Sussex and the Channel May Newsletter

FAREWELL TO A LOVELY LADY First of all it is my sad task to say farewell to Pat Marsh who died on 20 April. Pat (and late husband, Geoff) was our friend and travelling companion since the mid 1980s and I think we've vis ...

Brighton, Sussex and the Channel March Newsletter

Your President writes: A BUSY YEAR AHEAD Phew! Done the Handover, got the Chain, had the lunch (very tasty and plenty of it). Now on to the presidency proper, looking at the diary and seeing what fits in. Fis ...

Brighton, Sussex and the Channel February Newsletter

All change at the top For the full newsletter, download the pdf. Dear Skålleagues Well, it was a busy day on Sunday 22 January, write Christine Ayers. Firstly, your Council had a meeting to chew over various matters f ...

Brighton, Sussex and the Channel January Newsletter

Your President writes: All change for the New Year After months of worrying about finding suitable presents for all the family, weeks of leafing through cookery books deciding on the Christmas lunch menu, and days sp ...

Brighton, Sussex and the Channel December Newsletter

Your President and Council wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Your President writes: THE WINDS OF CHANGE What a busy month November proved to be. For a start there was World Travel Market in Lond ...

Brighton, Sussex and the Channel October Newsletter

President Eric Etienne writes: BACK FROM BELFAST TO SKÅL UK’S NEW FUTURE Getting to Belfast from Paris is not easy. But after a very early departure Alice, our new Young Skal member, and I arrived in time for a loc ...

Brighton, Sussex and the Channel September Newsletter

All change at Skål UK? As many members are aware, clubs have been sent a proposal from National Treasurer John Watts that Britain’s eight clubs should be linked up to create three large clubs – thereby allowing the UK t ...

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