Today David and Joan Atkinson, came over for lunch bringing with them Winnie. The day was dry and sunny. We had pitta bread and humus for starter and then for mains the Garry Rhodes two salmons.
The two salmons recipe is one piece of fried, fresh fried salmon fillet, and another piece of steamed, cold smoked salmon fillet served on a bed of mash potato and leak. All served with a butter sauce. Very good.
Afters was another Garry recipe of Cranberry Jelly.
They stayed for tea and left leaving Winnie for us to take back to her house on Sunday.
Out for shooting at 10.30. Whole family went to the shoot, Selina did not shoot, but Graham the boy friend shot very well for someone who has not held a gun. The weather was warm, but windy and likley to rain at any time.
Vicky from next door brought her son (Matt), who had shot for the English team when younger. You could see from the way he shot he was in another league from us.
Next back to the Plough and Anchor for lunch and lots of beer. Had a special treat of the beer Spitfire.
The AGM of the KC&RC was held in the village hall. Barry stepped down from the committee. Richard has taken up the post of Chairman; his main concern was he going to have to use computers. Mick to continue as secretary and Ian as the treasurer. I am still on the committee.
We decided to keep the club running in the same form. Some discussion on purchasing automatic traps, but again we have a couple we can use. Could we also advertise, or do something to get new members into the club. Peter said the P&A were coming to the Boxing Day shoot. Some members thought this was worthwhile and we should help and try and recruit a few
To the pub for a few pints of beer and some sandwiches, chips etc