Royal Navy Sail In For Lunch

October 9, 2019

Following a very successful Chairman’s handover lunch, when Angie Beeston was crowned with the chain of office by outgoing Chairman Nick Phillips.  Also we welcome Angie’s running mate Ron Wain, who is now the Vice Chairman.

This month’s luncheon is Friday 18th of October when we welcome a team from the Royal Navy who will give us an insight into today’s senior service.

Next month is our “30th Anniversary Luncheon,” and reception will start at 11.30am in the “Lake Suite,” with lunch at 12.15 pm. so please make a note in the diary. The guest speaker on the day will be Sally Taylor MBE. BBC News presenter on BBC South.

We will be inviting all past Chairman’s and Honorary Members since 1989 which we hope will add an historical flavour to this important milestone of the Association.


18th October:     Royal Navy Presentation. “Morning Room” reception 12 noon.
15th November: 30th Anniversary Luncheon, Sally Taylor MBE, reception “Lake Suite” 11.30am.
13th December: Christmas Luncheon, Matt Black the “Piano Man and Comedian” “Lake Suite” reception 12 Noon.


If you have ever wondered what the Royal Navy really does?

The Royal Navy Presentation Team provides a dynamic, multi-media presentation aimed at informing and increasing knowledge of the work of the Royal Navy.
We explain what the Royal Navy does and why. We brief on our equipment, our people, current and future capability. We include a couple of short clips from captains of industry acknowledging the potential consequences to their businesses if the Royal Navy did not fulfil its task.

This is followed by a question and answer session where you get to ask frontline Sailors and Marines anything you want. Presenting across the UK, the team presents to Government departments, local councils, Industry/commercial enterprises, Chambers of Commerce, Rotarian and Probus Clubs, Women’s Institutes and many other organisations.

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