News Article

Seasonal Greetings

News on our region

Posted on:28/12/2015

Dear Fellow Jaguar Enthusiasts,

I hope that you are enjoying the Seasonal Festivities and whatever vital component you put on your Christmas list was duly delivered in time honoured fashion on Christmas Day.

For those who were unable to join us for the Regions Christmas Dinner on the 18th December, I am pleased to report that it was most successful and enjoyable. The Party was held at Deans Place, Alfriston, when 46 members and their guests were served an excellent Christmas dinner. This was followed by a great raffle, with some interesting prizes, not least a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle of a Spitfire. This will certainly test the patience and dexterity of the lucky winner! Then followed a disco which, unusually, consisted mainly of tunes selected by the party guests and was very good indeed. Most of the revellers stayed overnight at the hotel and met the following morning for breakfast and a review of the proceedings. It was agreed that this had been one of the best and those gathered were pleased to learn that the event had been booked for next year. Following breakfast, some went for a walk around Alfriston before going off home.

Our next event is the Burns Supper which will be held on Monday 18th January at Deanland from 7.30 pm. Ticket price will be £32 per head. Please email if you would like to attend, details attached.

The region continues to flourish with a varied and interesting programme for the coming year, which will shortly be published on the website and sent out by email.

At the AGM held in November, we confirmed that as far as practicable our Monthly Regional meetings will be at the Inn on The Park on the 3rd Monday of Each and every month with the exception of December. Please do keep an eye on the website and email us if you require further details of any of our activities.

We very much look forward to seeing you in the near future and wish you all the best for 2016.


Neville Barker

Chair East Sussex Regin JEC


Return to news