Next Meeting of the Rugby League Heritage Lunch Club

As part of the work of the Halifax RLFC Foundation, a Rugby League Heritage Lunch Club has been formed.

The aim is to meet on the first Thursday in every month at the Old Post Office pub in Winding Road, Halifax, HX1 1SJ. The time will be from 11:00am-1:30pm so the next meeting is Thursday 1 November. The theme this time is ” Wembley 1987 ‘ with the principle guest being the referee that day, JOHN HOLDSWORTH.
Several of the UK based players have also been invited with Wilf George, Mick Scott confirming their attendance.

The highlights of the game will be shown on screen

The first meeting was on the Thursday 2 August, 11:00am-1:30pm, with the one-and-only Jim Mills being the first guest and their is a short video of this at https://vimeo.com/285133407.

The target audience is the over 50s, but people of all ages are welcome. However, as we will be on licensed premises, under 18s MUST be chaperoned.

Places are limited, therefore book your place(s) now with either Malcolm Kielty 07946 510900 or malcolm.kielty@outlook.com or Chris Mitchell 07947 827627 and before 30th October.

A two-course meal will be available at the fantastic price of £3.99. You are advised to pre-book if you wish to guarantee a meal by contacting Malcolm Kielty or Chris Mitchell (malcolm.kielty@outlook.com or chrismitchell@halifaxrlfc.co.uk ), leaving your name and contact details. Payment can be delayed until the day.

The numbers are limited to 50, so those booking their meal ticket will be given priority and those not buying a meal will be charged £1. If you do not pre-book, food may not be available.

 

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