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Re: Christmas Dinner this year

G4UDU Phil
 

Going for a pub/restaurant "Christmas dinner" that they charge in December £25 - 30 for, to me seems crazy - they do the same “Sunday roast” out of season for £10 !

I will gladly pay for a reasonable meal at that price - but even that seems harder to find around this area with all of our “Gastro Pubs” that consider a tired old burger in bun with some fancy designer salad leaves plus some chips with the skin on is worth £15 - 20 while a MacD’s is a fiver !

I have been to the Oak Barn about 2 years ago - at the time that was reasonable out of the Xmas Season - not sure what it is like now.

The B’Hill locals must know a few places……….

For me - stay out of the Xmas/New Year price hike season


73 G4UDU


Re: Christmas Dinner this year

G4AKG Peter
 

Hi Stella
              Would prefer after christmas less crowded and better menus.
Regards Peter
                  G4AKG

On Sat, Aug 14, 2021 at 9:12 PM G1TDL Mike <mike@...> wrote:
We would prefer after Christmas when to menus are better.
Our suggestions are Oak Barn Restaurant Burgess Hill with nicer  restaurant menu
Or
Duke of York at Sayers Common. 

/\/\ike G1TDL. 
The Homestead
Burgess Hill
RH15 0RQ

On 14 Aug 2021, at 15:29, M6ZRJ Stella <m6zrj@...> wrote:



Dear All

Please could you reply to this email as I am doing my best to sort out the programme until the end of 2021.

As we will not be having our Christmas Dinner in the Upstairs Hall at Cyprus Hall this year, do you:-

1) Want to go out to a Pub somewhere on that date 3rd December 2021. Please remember a lot of the Pubs have Friday nights as Music night so that might be an issue.

2) Want to change to another night, i.e. mid-week perhaps.

3) Change to after Christmas when the Prices will be cheaper!

4) If you would like to go to our yearly do YES/NO?

73

Stella

Hon Treasurer

 


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Re: Christmas Dinner this year

G1TDL Mike
 

We would prefer after Christmas when to menus are better.
Our suggestions are Oak Barn Restaurant Burgess Hill with nicer  restaurant menu
Or
Duke of York at Sayers Common. 

/\/\ike G1TDL. 
The Homestead
Burgess Hill
RH15 0RQ

On 14 Aug 2021, at 15:29, M6ZRJ Stella <m6zrj@...> wrote:



Dear All

Please could you reply to this email as I am doing my best to sort out the programme until the end of 2021.

As we will not be having our Christmas Dinner in the Upstairs Hall at Cyprus Hall this year, do you:-

1) Want to go out to a Pub somewhere on that date 3rd December 2021. Please remember a lot of the Pubs have Friday nights as Music night so that might be an issue.

2) Want to change to another night, i.e. mid-week perhaps.

3) Change to after Christmas when the Prices will be cheaper!

4) If you would like to go to our yearly do YES/NO?

73

Stella

Hon Treasurer

 


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Re: Christmas Dinner this year

M7AOE Ray
 

​I would like to come to dinner. Perhaps after Christmas would be good as things will be cheaper and quieter.


​Kind regards

Ray
M7AOE


From: Msars@groups.io <Msars@groups.io> on behalf of M6ZRJ Stella <m6zrj@...>
Sent: 14 August 2021 15:10
To: msars@groups.io <msars@groups.io>
Subject: [Msars] Christmas Dinner this year
 

Dear All

Please could you reply to this email as I am doing my best to sort out the programme until the end of 2021.

As we will not be having our Christmas Dinner in the Upstairs Hall at Cyprus Hall this year, do you:-

1) Want to go out to a Pub somewhere on that date 3rd December 2021. Please remember a lot of the Pubs have Friday nights as Music night so that might be an issue.

2) Want to change to another night, i.e. mid-week perhaps.

3) Change to after Christmas when the Prices will be cheaper!

4) If you would like to go to our yearly do YES/NO?

73

Stella

Hon Treasurer

 


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Re: Christmas Dinner this year

M0LDP Dave
 

Hi Stella,

I'd like to come. I'm easy regarding timing.

Kind regards
Dave


On 14 August 2021 15:10:14 BST, M6ZRJ Stella <m6zrj@...> wrote:

Dear All

Please could you reply to this email as I am doing my best to sort out the programme until the end of 2021.

As we will not be having our Christmas Dinner in the Upstairs Hall at Cyprus Hall this year, do you:-

1) Want to go out to a Pub somewhere on that date 3rd December 2021. Please remember a lot of the Pubs have Friday nights as Music night so that might be an issue.

2) Want to change to another night, i.e. mid-week perhaps.

3) Change to after Christmas when the Prices will be cheaper!

4) If you would like to go to our yearly do YES/NO?

73

Stella

Hon Treasurer

 


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MSARS Talk dates arranged

M6ZRJ Stella
 

Dear All

 

Please note that so far the following have been arranged:-

 

24th September - Talk by Sue Davis G6YPY on her Emigration.

 

NEW REVISED DATE - Skittles Royal Oak Pub Barcombe 1st October.

 

15th October - Talk by Jon Wymer How to Design and Build RF Power Amplifiers - he will be bringing some examples, old and new to look at. We are hoping to stream this so other members that cannot be there will be able to join in the evening, I will update you.

 

22nd October Junk Sale - Upstairs Hall - 18.30 doors open for set up, selling starts between 19.15-19.30 until 22.30 - There will be Tea, Coffee & Fruit Juice as well as Cakes & Biscuits.

 

12th November - Talk by John Berry GM8JBJ Auroral Propagation - if you cannot join us at the Club House the link will be sent out to all those who wish to join in the evening. 

 

Closed for 24th and 31st December 

 

ALL other dates for this year will be normal evenings.

 

73

Stella 

 

 


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Re: Christmas Dinner this year

G3XQM Tony
 

Hi Stella, Change to after Christmas when the Prices will be cheaper!

However, really do not mind. May I suggest we go to The Friar's Oak Pub and Restaurant in Hassocks which I have found to be very good in the past. Tony.


From: Msars@groups.io <Msars@groups.io> on behalf of M6ZRJ Stella <m6zrj@...>
Sent: 14 August 2021 15:10
To: msars@groups.io <msars@groups.io>
Subject: [Msars] Christmas Dinner this year
 

Dear All

Please could you reply to this email as I am doing my best to sort out the programme until the end of 2021.

As we will not be having our Christmas Dinner in the Upstairs Hall at Cyprus Hall this year, do you:-

1) Want to go out to a Pub somewhere on that date 3rd December 2021. Please remember a lot of the Pubs have Friday nights as Music night so that might be an issue.

2) Want to change to another night, i.e. mid-week perhaps.

3) Change to after Christmas when the Prices will be cheaper!

4) If you would like to go to our yearly do YES/NO?

73

Stella

Hon Treasurer

 


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Re: Christmas Dinner this year

M5BTB Phil
 

Stella

 

  1. Pub fine.
  2. I have a Christmas lunch 3 Dec, so another date may be more suitable for me.
  3. Possibly.
  4. Yes.

 

Phil Brown

M5BTB

 

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From: M6ZRJ Stella
Sent: 14 August 2021 15:10
To: msars@groups.io
Subject: [Msars] Christmas Dinner this year

 

Dear All

Please could you reply to this email as I am doing my best to sort out the programme until the end of 2021.

As we will not be having our Christmas Dinner in the Upstairs Hall at Cyprus Hall this year, do you:-

1) Want to go out to a Pub somewhere on that date 3rd December 2021. Please remember a lot of the Pubs have Friday nights as Music night so that might be an issue.

2) Want to change to another night, i.e. mid-week perhaps.

3) Change to after Christmas when the Prices will be cheaper!

4) If you would like to go to our yearly do YES/NO?

73

Stella

Hon Treasurer

 

 

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Christmas Dinner this year

M6ZRJ Stella
 

Dear All

Please could you reply to this email as I am doing my best to sort out the programme until the end of 2021.

As we will not be having our Christmas Dinner in the Upstairs Hall at Cyprus Hall this year, do you:-

1) Want to go out to a Pub somewhere on that date 3rd December 2021. Please remember a lot of the Pubs have Friday nights as Music night so that might be an issue.

2) Want to change to another night, i.e. mid-week perhaps.

3) Change to after Christmas when the Prices will be cheaper!

4) If you would like to go to our yearly do YES/NO?

73

Stella

Hon Treasurer

 


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Walking Fox Hunt Tomorrow

M6ZRJ Stella
 

Tomorrow Evening Friday 13th July Come & Join the MSARS Walking Fox Hunt

7.20pm ready for 7.30pm first transmission.

 

All the Hounds will be starting from Cyprus Hall Car Park.

 

Normally everybody meets there from approx 7.20pm.

 

Sealed envelopes will be passed out to those teams that take on the Foxes, inside will be the location of the Pub for those who give up!

 

The first transmission will be sent from the Foxes location at 7.30pm, we will be using 145.375Mhz +/- QRM, this will be 2 mins long and we will be then transmitting for 1 min every 10 mins after that at 7.40, 7.50 & 8.00 etc.

 

If nobody has found us by this point some general clues will be slipped out during the 1 minute chat so listen carefully or your drinking time in the pub may be short!

   

73

 

Stella M6ZRJ

Alan G8YKV

 


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IET webinars

M5BTB Phil
 

Keep checking the webinar list, the IET keeps on adding new ones !

Phil
M5BTB
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Re: Discover Our Upcoming Webinars...

M0XYF Berni
 

Thanks for these posts Phil.

I normally find something interesting in the IET schedule.


Whilst I'm here, I'll post a link to a free one week course that I'm on next week.

The Things Network Summer Acadamy (LoRa/LoRaWAN)

https://hopin.com/events/the-things-summer-academy


I don't expect that many or perhaps even any members will be interested or can spare the time, but you never know. There is a hardware list to pre-purchase before Monday, but I'm using something else anyway so we'll see how it pans out. I expect it'll be interesting even if the build-out workshops don't apply to my specific kit.

Berni M0XYF


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Discover Our Upcoming Webinars Plus The Emergent Properties of Complex Systems Working Group

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Applying Systems Engineering to Road Transport Systems, 14 Sept at 10am 
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Portable 20m

G4UDU Phil
 

Nice day for 20m portable at Devils dyke

Phil G4UDU


Welcome to the new Groups.IO members

M0XYF Berni
 

Just a quick note to welcome the latest flurry (?) of sign-ups to the Groups.IO system.

A couple of points I'd like to mention if you're new to Groups.IO, just to speed your induction. A reminder for everyone else.

Briefly, it's not a traditional email platform, but a collaborative discussion tool. All 'posts' are viewable on the Groups.IO website under the various named groups - ours being called 'MSARS'.

MSARS group settings are currently set to 'publicly viewable', so anyone can see your messages. If you post to the group (on the Groups.IO website, or initiated by sending or replying to 'msars@groups.io' from your registered email address) then EVERYONE in the group will get a copy of your message sent to their email inbox. There are two exceptions to this rule.

1) If an individual member decides to set their profile to 'not receive emails from the group' then they won't receive any emails - but this is not the default setting.

2) You cannot initiate a message to a single member. However, if the group receives a message, including you, THEN you can choose to 'reply to sender' only, but again, it's not the default.

Finally, a copy of every single message and reply is AUTOMATICALLY copied to the Groups.IO page of the MSARS website via RSS. This is a great way to make yourself look like a silly sausage in real time should you inadvertently post something private. Just sayin'!

This is also a cheap and cheerful way to post something onto the website for public consumption, like an advert for your old radio tat or whatever. Be careful if you choose to post an email address or telephone number in the body of your message however. Virus-laden pork and ham luncheon meat will surely be the result.

Forewarned is forearmed.

Berni M0XYF



Re: Catch up

GJ6WRI Steve
 

Go ahead!

Sent from my iPlane🛩

On 9 Aug 2021, at 18:54, M0TOT Alex via groups.io <panda.henderson@...> wrote:



Hi

Can I ask you for some assistance?


Best wishes,

Pamela Henderson


Alex Henderson

M6ZRJ Stella
 

Please ignore his previous email. His computer has been compromised. 
Hon Treasurer 



Sent from Stella on the move. M6ZRJ 


Catch up

M0TOT Alex
 

Hi

Can I ask you for some assistance?


Best wishes,

Pamela Henderson


Walking Fox Hunt Friday

M6ZRJ Stella
 

This Friday, 13th August we will be having a Walking Fox Hunt. So that should be fun. 

Starting from Cyprus Hall Carpark 7.15pm for 7.30 start.

We will be using145.375 Mhz the first transmission will be 2 minutes at 7.30pm then 1 minute transmissions every 10 minutes thereafter. 

For those who want to give up before the first transmission, there will be envelopes handed out to those persons/teams taking part. 

Good luck to you all.
The foxes

M6ZRJ & G8YKV 
Stella & Alan 

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Re: Help wanted

G8JBJ John
 

Happy to do one on auroral propagation. Or anomalous tropospheric propagation including ducting. Or even setting up a VHF station. 

NB, it would be as a webinar - since I'm in GM. But you could organise a projector and amp/speakers for those wanting to go to CP. Those not able to get there would link in as has now become normal.

John GM8JBJ


 

John Berry


Mob. 07553 250 919
Willowburn, Kirkton, Hawick, Scottish Borders, TD9 8QJ



On Sun, 8 Aug 2021 at 21:01, M6ZRJ Stella <m6zrj@...> wrote:
Dear All

As a society we are asking if amung the members there are some of you that could come forward and give a short informal talk. The content of the talk could be anything from Radio to Flying, anything goes.

Please contact me via m6zrj@... 

Regards 

Stella 
Unofficial Programme Secretary 



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