It’s hot dog night at Oxford Phab.
cooked in the Wesley Memorial kitchen
and served through the hatch.
We had hot dogs with or without onions, as well as crisps snd other snacks.
and a Birthday Cake !
We had a quiz using Simon’s laptop and the projector we bought for the club when he won the Paul Hope Award.
Here he is setting up.
We split into teams.
and BOTH teams ended up as (virtual) millionaires!
We had already given our menu choices for meals from Noodle Nation and they had been told what we wanted and had it all ready for us to collect. They had even labelled all the containers with whose order it was, which made distributing them very simple.
Mary had baked biscuits for desert for anyone who still had a space !
A small group of Phab members served a range of home made cakes, and scones with jam and cream to the public in aid of the Wesley Memorial Open Doors project. We made over Â£75 as well as extending hospitality to a range of people from near and far.
We hope some fresh people got to see Phab in action raising money for another worthy cause.
We played Boccia in the John Wesley Room.
Using our new Boccia set – we had been borrowing Boccia sets before now to play.
The John Wesley Room is shorter than the Hall, so we set up tables as a backstop.
Knocking the white target ball away from its initial position is a perfectly valid – and sometimes successful – tactic.
and here we are on video !
Oxford Phab held a Zumbathon onÂ Saturday June 20th 2015
Our poster for the event is here zumba fundraising event.pub – Please print it and display it, or forward it to anyone you know who may be interested.
Zumba is a popular activity on club nights, but for this fundraising event we want others to come, have fun, get fitter, and contribute to our club funds !
There will be Stalls and Refreshments from 10am to 1pm, and Zumba from 11am until 12:30pm
The cost is Â£5 per person, the Zumba Instructor will be George Martini, and the event took place at Wesley Memorial Methodist Church Hall, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford, OX1 2DH
In the end we raised over Â£400 for club funds – thank you to everyone who contributed or took part, particularly to George and his friends.
With much rattling of dice our Beetle Drive began
Some Beetles were very artistic – but everyone had a good time
with a break for a light(ish) supper – of bread and cheese and pate and salad
and we raised money for the Wesley Memorial Open Doors project, which aims to make the rooms where we meet more accessible
On Friday 27th April we held a Beetle Drive, in conjunction with the John Wesley society, in aid of the Wesley Memorial Open Doors project.
The evening gave Phab members and JWS and church members a chance to socialise, and get to know each other a little. As well as playing Beetle, we ate hot dogs, and Beetle Biscuits. There were prizes (of chocolate bars) for the best drawn Beetles. Unfortunately the prize for best Beetle costume went unawarded this time, so someone missed out on even more chocolate.