It would seem we skipped by Spring already as the temperature gauge rises above thirty in April! The activists will be out in force blaming climate change as the primary reason and even the most sceptical of us may start to agree.
You will be happy to know we have planned some indoor activities over the next few months. Starting on the 11th of May with a flower workshop, Mother’s Day buffet on 12th May in the Garden Marquee and La Dominique Wine Dinner on 6th June with visiting guest chef Remy Joly in the Gascoigne Room.
The 23 hectare Grand Cru Classé in Saint-Émilion is close to the border with Pomerol with such illustrious neighbours including Château Cheval Blanc and La Conseillante. The dinner is limited to 36 seats so book early, as this is sure to sell out.
It is with regret that we inform you that Marco Veringa, Head Chef/ F&B Manager of nine years resigned to pursue different opportunities. Marco contributed greatly to enhancing food & beverage and during his tenure, we witnessed many upgrades that left a positive impact on the Club. We wish him well in his future endeavours.
On a positive note, you will see a familiar face who returned to USRC after taking up several challenging roles in the private sector. Singh San takes over as Food & Beverage Manager focusing on service, staffing, promotions and banquets.
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As always, see you around the Club.