Another date for the Diary!! Sunday 13th October 2019!
Here is something a little different again from our Pudding Club events and afternoon teas!
We recently held a small wedding here with Skedaddle providing the music and we were wondering what excuse we could find to get them to return. Then our son, David Bond, announced he had been successful in securing a place in the London Marathon, for the second time! So here we are again, raising funds for another very worthy cause, The Firefighters Charity, with a fun, early evening event in October, when hopefully we will be basking in an Indian summer (I’ve put in an order!).
Numbers are limited due to space and weather considerations so early booking is advisable! If you are interested email me and I will send you details of how to pay – email tickets again this time!!
Pudding Club 2019 - Friday 12th April 2019 at 7pm
Scaled up this year to be held in in St Osyth Village Hall and with more pomp and pagentry!! Over £2,300 raised!
This was a great success with just over 100 people sitting down to a shared savoury starter before embarking on a marathon session of ten puddings! Alan Herring was our very able Pudding Master announcing the individual puds as they were paraded to the deafening sounds of spoons being rapped on tables!
We raised £2.300 and this was shared between the St Osyth News, our monthly village magazine, and the St Osyth School PTFA who are raising funds to refurbish the school swimming pool.
Harmony Singing Workshop Donation - held on Saturday 23rd February with Chris Rowberry. Watershed decamped to the larger venue, with great accoustics, of our Parish Church for this very popular and successful event. Afterwards Watershed was able to give a donation of £250 to St Osyth News. This is our village Parish Magazine which is currently needing some financial support. There are a few pictures in the gallery!
Pudding Club Lunch - £1,042 raised!
Took place on Sunday 18th February 2018
I'm pleased to announce that we raised £1.042 for Essex and Hert's Air Ambulance at this very successful and fun party which was enjoyed by all of the forty plus diners who came. Some people managed to sample all eight puddings on offer and even come back for seconds. Most gave up a bit sooner than that. The steamed puddings were a triumph but the Sahne Quark Torte was a close second in popularity along with the raspberry roulade and most especially the honeycomb ice cream!
Garden Party - took place Sunday 27th May 2018 - nearly 60 people enjoyed the gardens on a beautiful summers afternoon. Everyone was well fed with sandwiches, scones, cakes and ice cream - all home-made - and we raised £500 for St Osyth Church!
This garden venue is now available for hire for private parties, with or without our catering!
Auction of Promises - November 2nd 2018 - over £8,500 raised! Visit this website for more details: http://stosythparishchurch.co.uk/