Bar Staff Required
The club is currently advertising for bar staff. If you or anyone you know fancies earning some extra cash then please talk to Bev or John Delmonte at the club or call them on 01422 374444.
Early Opening Trial, Tuesdays 5pm
The committee has been made aware of suggestions to open the bar earlier in the evenings. As a result, for a trial period, on Tuesdays (beginning on July 26th) the bar will open at 5pm, two hours earlier than it does currently. if this trial proves successful then similar changes will be considered for Mondays and Wednesdays.
New Lagers On Sale Now
As many will already be aware, the club now offers Coors and Birra Moretti lagers for sale. The Coors (£3 per pint) replaces the Becks sold previously whereas the Birra Moretti (£3.50 per pint) is a new addition to our selection of beers.
Coffees & Hot Chocolates Now Being Served
The more astute of you can’t have failed to notice the appearance of a Tassimo coffee machine on the bar. Yes, coffees and hot chocolates are now available for £1 each and the full list of drinks can be found below. Initial reviews of these hot drinks seem favourable so feel free to grab one while they’re… er… hot.
Aluminium Can Collection
Please save your aluminium drinks cans and periodically bring them to the club and pass them to the bar staff. These will be cashed in to raise money for charities which help the homeless.
We are pleased to announce that Malcolm Wragg has very kindly volunteered to continue in the role of Outlane Bowling & Social Club’s Safeguarding Officer. For those who need them, his contact details are available behind the bar.
The role of a Safeguarding Officer is to be a point of contact and advice for any members or visitors who feel threatened, intimidated or uncomfortable while they are at the club. This is primarily aimed at children and vulnerable adults but Malcolm will be open to approach from anyone in need of his help. The bowling authorities, our club and other bowling clubs are all committed to the safety and welfare of their members and visitors.
Many thanks to Malcolm for offering to continue in this role.