Can't you pick up those two Scottish brothers at the Airport on the way back to Glasgow. The generosity of you, the new members, is such, that our income has grown by 5% this summer. It's not too late for new joiners so please cajole or bully who ever you can. On offer are Bengal Brasserie, Santaniellos and Majestic Wine Prizes.
You can join its growing number of members by completing a standing order form on the link below, and donating from as little as £7 per month, the more you give the greater the chance you have in our prize draws. We now know that Jake & Mylo are also leaving (amongst several others).
For further info click here CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM... Unfortunately this medium doesn't allow me photos as per the original email or tweet I send out. Easy peasey, lemon squeezey Regards HBT The Adrian Wareing Column Adrian Wareing is unwell. That's over 300 starts at stand-off between them and they will be there too to celebrate Mike's marvellous Bedford career. Look for opportunities for prizes for us and in your spare time have a lovely summer.
I'm out with Adrian, NOS and Big Ron tonight....... This will be accompanied by Henry's own unique & inimitable tasting notes on that wine. You can get details of all Majestic Wine's existing or new products, special offers or wine tastings at https:// or follow them on twitter @majesticbedford Mike Howard, Mike Howard, Mike Howard......and sadly, Jake, Mylo and several others.
Here's to a Majestic season" Not only are Majestic Wines becoming a partner, but they will also be donating one of their top quality wines, as a prize for each home league match Fo B draw.
If you want pictures and you do need them to fully grasp please view my Twitter feed. However as Remembrance Sunday approaches let's remember Denis Vibert, who I discovered, honoured and remembered, by a plaque on a bench between St Helier and St Aubin. You could tell they were guilty by the speed they ran off with the ball" Photo of Jim Bergerac "Ok Charlie calm down. Its a chance to wish them all the best for their futures #onceablue. Well done to Karen Brooks, Dave Gunner, Paul Berry and the other cyclists who spent just the six days peddling to PZ. Around July we will know our fixtures for next year (there won't be enough again).
@howardtravis or join the Fo Bs and get it mailed to you! Like the £500 holiday draw courtesy of Steve Parrott and Eagle Executive Travel and the weekend in Paris by Eurostar both of which are coming up shortly. Ospreys on Saturday with several future internationals on view. His rowing feat leaves Sir Steve Redgrave looking like a distinct lightweight. We were just about to score and three of them ran off with the ball and scored at the other end. Oh, its all so sad, but all good things come to an end, so lets have a beano and make it a day to remember. The Leeds match saw 5 members have an early go at next years £1,000 try competition. Great effort and it was tremendous to see the Blues Team leave their hotel en masse to greet the peloton and shake them, one by one, by the hand and then pose for photos with them. All in all it was a real Bedford-on- Sea weekend, with the team & the Pirates putting on a show of how they both play all season. We will naturally be keenly looking for those away days at Richmond, the cyclists will be hoping for a close one on the last away weekend, but particularly we will be looking for Penzance & Jersey. Sue in conjunction with generous Fo B member Steve Parrott, is going to provide an additional holiday prize to add to our existing Paris trip. Gerald & Angelo Santaniello continue as Pizza Partners. So welcome Messrs Barwell, Wilby, Dale, Muskett, Callender, Turner, Saunders, Norman, Robinson, Bartlett & Henry. Thank you to Sue Alexander and Sheena "Moneypenny" Todd.So thank you Jersey for your welcome and hospitality and ...putting up with us. However we know he will be desperate to win this match. First out of the hat is Ian "Dunvant" Roberts.( a past £1,000 winner) Second is past President John Saunders. Fourth is John Gooch Fifth is Alison Kavanagh The first three get a choice from this week's prizes and I'll be ringing them shortly for their choice, and their selection of a player to score them a try. A sumptuous Bengal Brasserie banquet for two with Shish. There is a place somewhere right near the top of that list is surely reserved for Rioja. This fast ferry got me there in time to meet up with all the Blues fans in St Helier for the pre-match festivities on Friday evening. I lose myself with the number of people I need to thank, because it is simply, so many, and feel guilty that I forget some. No.1 thanks must go to you guys for your season long support and for making it another fun night.You generally cant separate Bedford and Cornish Pirates. I hear Mike Rayer was amongst a party of 20 dining after the Bristol match. Pause, Touch, Crouch, Engage: Muga Reserva is made from a blend of Tempranillo & Grenache grapes. Now I flew back after the match on Sunday morning, but next year with a following breeze, I am going to reverse the process going back on the ferry to Pompey. It even appears possible to get back on Saturday night to St Malo after the match! Secondly to thank to Josh Bassett for so readily agreeing to attend, for entering into the spirit of the event, and for providing such a great insight into his move to Wasps and his career there so far. @brasseriebengal Eagle Executive Travel continue as our Travel Partner.