We had a successful restart to the jazz last month. Our turnout was quite encouraging considering the present Covid conditions. The guys were raring to go and didn’t disappoint with a fine display of jazz recreation.
At the next Jazz Club (27th October) we will be welcoming back Bill who
was off duty last month with a chest infection. He will be presenting his
Dixie Demons for your entertainment.
We are still complying with Covid regulations at the Social Club so those
of you who attended last month will still occupy your own dedicated
places – unless we hear otherwise.
For old (and new) fans the Social Club offer a full range of table-served
drinks at very attractive prices.
As I mentioned before the club is compliant with all Covid regulations:
• Masks or face shields must be worn at all times unless sat down at your table or you are exempted (comfort breaks!)
• Tables are spaced according to social distancing rules
• Jazz starts at 7pm and finishes at 9.30pm as we all have to vacate
the premises by 10pm.
We do have the space to accommodate about another 30 people or so
based on last month’s attendance so spread the word folks.
Dates for the diary
Tuesday 27th October – Jazz Club – Binky’s Dixie Demons
Tuesday 24th November – Jazz Club – Binky’s Dixie Demons
Tuesday 15th December – Christmas Party
We are sorry to tell you that Grayshott Social Club will be closed until midday on Friday 16th October due to lack of staff. We apologise for the inconvenience but the situation is out of our control. If circumstances change we will let you know as soon as possible.
Club Secretary on behalf of the Management Committee
6th October 2020
Hello Folks – Latest news!
The Jazz night is going ahead on Tuesday with some added restrictions to
comply with the latest government directive:
Earlier start time and finish 7pm – 9.30.
I will provide a table service for drinks – no queueing at the bar.
So this is the shape of the evening –
On arrival (wearing a mask)
• Check in by either ticking your name on the list or adding your name to
• Pay for and pick up your Naffle ticket.
• Write down your drinks order.
• Find your table, enjoy the jazz and please be kind to your personal
It would help Helen and me enormously if we knew how many were
coming so it would be advisable to reserve a place beforehand.
We don’t expect for a minute that all our regulars will turn up under the
present circumstances and we fully understand and empathise.
In my head I have a figure of 30, but, however many, it will be great to get
the Jazz going again.
PS don’t forget the Naffle – unwanted Easter eggs????