It is with sadness we advise that John is leaving the island soon to pursue the next chapter… We are however excited to advise that we are having a ‘Wish you well’ event, with partners. The plan is 09:40 breakfast at the White Rock cafe. 10:30 Boat to Herm for the Mermaid Tavern Ale & Cider Festival. Most people planning to return on the 17:30 boat. ALL WELCOME TO COME ALONG !
Position Player Points 1 Jai Vaudin 38* On Count back 2 Paul Nash 38 3 Bob Marquis 37 On Count back 4 Dave Ingrouille 37 5 Peter Lund 33 6 Tony Veilard 29 7 Rodger Clarke 27 8 Steve Edwards 27 9 John Bell 26 10 Keith Mc Andrew 26 11 Chris Hodgson 26 11 David Sheppard 25 12 Gunner Queripel 24 13 Martin Lucas 24 14 Ian Donaldson 16 15 Dennis Ridell N/R 16 Richard Ellis N/R Many congratulations to those who took part in the first golf event in the masonic calendar on St Georges Day at a sunny Royal Guernsey Golf Club.
Out The Blue Fishing Trip. See flyer here. Be at the quay for 7:45, the boat will leave sharp at 8:00 am. If interested please contact Paul le Tissier by email. Places are on a first come, first served basis. Please note if you confirm, you must pay for the trip, regardless is you turn up or not. The place and cost will have been allocated to you. Cancellations ‘may’ be accomodated if alternative placements can be determined. Trip will be in accordance with States of Guernsey safety guidelines. The cost is approximately £60 per person. All fishing gear and bait is provided.
15-09-2019 Guernsey Mind’s Suicide Campaign On Sunday Lee Corbet hosted a ride out for the Guernsey Mind’s Stop Male Suicide Campaign of which he is an ambassador and also the Manclub. Bikers gathered at Portlett to enjoy a chat with tea and coffee ( some even had breakfast ) then 111 bikes rode the island north about and stopped at the White Rock Cafe. The final total raised after a few post ride donations was £445 and it was also shown on the Channel TV news. The message from the rideout was “It’s Ok not to be Ok” and it aims to smash through the
Ever fancied a go at Clay Pigeon shooting, or enjoyed it so much the last time you are itching for another excuse to give it a go? Luckily Gary Le Cloarec has organized a Clay Pigeon shoot morning for 14th September at Portinfer commencing at 9.00am. If you are interested please contact Gary via email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Brethren are welcome to bring non members, friends and family along to what will be a great morning out.
11-09-2019 Greenman MCC – Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation. The bike night gathering is organized throughout the summer by the Greenman MCC. Ten brethren met at the Presidents house for coffee, followed by a leisurely ride from near the Mallard Hotel, to the Imperial, around the West coast to the North and then across island to St. Peter Port and the White Rock Café. During a couple of hours at the White Rock café, a couple hundred bikers, friends and members of the general public admired the bikes, talked rubbish and drank coffee, during which £600 was raised for the Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation, one of
Guernsey v Jersey Masonic Golf Jersey hosted the annual masonic golf match on 26th July at Les Mielles GC on a lovely warm July day The teams were evenly matched and were sent out in four balls to play for the perpetual challenge trophy. Peter Snape captained the Jersey Team to a narrow victory over the Guernsey. Nigel Chescoe congratulated the winning team and thanked the Guernsey team for travelling and making the event such a success. Guernsey is looking forward to hosting the event next year at RGGC As the 148th Open golf championship gets under way at Royal Port Rush this week, the