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Annual Dinner 2010

Some of our members at the 14th Annual Dinner at The Roebuck, Ware

  Held on the 27th November

                    at

      The Roebuck Hotel

                Ware

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Our Chairman, Ray Perriam thanked everyone for making 2010 a successful year for the association with our three shows at Capel Manor, Chiltern Open Air Museum and Colesdale Farm, he also thanked members for their support and help with setting up the arenas and running the association stall.

 

The president, John Hasting thanked everyone for their support through the year and making it one of the most successful heavy horse associations, he said we are now in our seventeenth year and on our fourteenth annual dinner.

 

We had the pleasure of Mr Chris Winter for our speaker who told us a number of amusing stories about his job has an undertaker.

 

Our chairman, Ray Peeriam presented Ted and Carol Savill with a certificate for life membership to the association for their help and dedication. Ted being a past Chairman and both current Committee members.

 

Phil Chard was given the chairman’s cup for 2010 for his help and support to the association and

the chairman’s shield was given to Hughie McColgan for promoting the heavy horse.

 

Ken Allison was presented with the Copper Kettle

 

 The evening finished with Sheila’s raffle.

 

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