LOWDOWN Summer 2019 page 9

NEWS HOUND
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BHOC CHRISTMAS LUNCH

The Barley Mow was a new venue for our seasonal get-together. And it worked out very well.

Twenty-two members had booked, but winter colds had reduced our party to eighteen.

The pub's location was directly on the A27, so it was quite straightforward to reach, perhaps easier than The White Horse in Ditchling for those travelling from out of the immediate area.

The pub had an area for us which was away from the main bar, but not too isolated.



Here we could enjoy ourselves without interfering with the other diners and drinkers, and without any interference from them. We thought both the food and the service were excellent.



Brian, in his short address, thanked the Committee for their support and displayed the Club's new Walks Trophy. This had been won by Molly Baker, who was not present, but it will be presented to her proud owners at a future walk.

Cover of the Basset Hound Owners Club newsletter Lowdown

The Barley Mow was a new venue for our seasonal get-together. And it worked out very well.

Twenty-two members had booked, but winter colds had reduced our party to eighteen.


The pub's location was directly on the A27, so it was quite straightforward to reach, perhaps easier than The White Horse in Ditchling for those travelling from out of the immediate area.

The pub had an area for us which was away from the main bar, but not too isolated.



Here we could enjoy ourselves without interfering with the other diners and drinkers, and without any interference from them. We thought both the food and the service were excellent.



Brian, in his short address, thanked the Committee for their support and displayed the Club's new Walks Trophy. This had been won by Molly Baker, who was not present, but it will be presented to her proud owners at a future walk.

Cover of the Basset Hound Owners Club newsletter Lowdown

first published in LOWDOWN

editor Tony Roberts

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