Although there has been a bit of a hiatus, this year, on Sunday 31st December, we will once again be holding a party for New Year’s Eve. As the pub will have their own event, we will be meeting at a private house in Stanford with people arriving from 7.30pm with food served sometime around 8pm. Please get in touch if you would like to come along so we know how much food will be needed.
The plan is to start off with the “Feature Game”, which, as has become traditional at these events, will be the gorgeous, dexterity car-racing game, PitchCar. After that, we will be eating, popping party poppers, playing games and admiring the village’s fireworks at midnight.
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And talking of cars…
A policeman sees an elderly woman driving incredibly slowly on the motorway, so he pulls along side and notices her knitting in the driver’s seat. She remains focused on the road and keeps knitting and driving.
He beeps his horn to get her attention, but she is oblivious and carries on.
Getting more frustrated, the policeman turns his siren on and, as she finally notices him, he signals for her to wind the window down.
After a time she finds the button and down goes the window.
Incensed, the cop yells, “PULL OVER!”
“Oh, no sweetie,” she replies. “It’s a scarf, see?”