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    Apart from the roast, what other catering is there?

    Just wondering how much catering I need to bring for us, as it's our first Hograost. Is there catering for breakfasts/lunches, tea/coffee during day etc? Do we need to bring all our own booze etc.

    Working out if I need to bring stove for tea in the morning, other food etc. Couldn't see much reference to this anywhere.

    Cheers,

    J.

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    There is usually the following, (included unless stated):

    A big hot water boiler
    Tea
    Coffee
    Milk
    Sugar
    Plastic cups
    Fruit
    Doughnuts
    Breakfast from the clubhouse (you pay for this), bacon, sausage, eggs etc etc
    Hograost
    Friday night food, chicken and salad (you pay for this)


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    Quote Originally Posted by shready View Post
    There is usually the following, (included unless stated):

    A big hot water boiler
    Tea
    Coffee
    Milk
    Sugar
    Plastic cups
    Fruit
    Doughnuts
    Breakfast from the clubhouse (you pay for this), bacon, sausage, eggs etc etc
    Hograost
    Friday night food, chicken and salad (you pay for this)

    Thanks very much, that saves us having to bring cooking gear and food.

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    There is a 5 minutes walk away, they sell chickens cooked on a spit etc etc
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    Thanks for the heads up on the catering side...bit of a girly question...are there any showers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morticia View Post
    Thanks for the heads up on the catering side...bit of a girly question...are there any showers?
    not girly... a valid question

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morticia View Post
    Thanks for the heads up on the catering side...bit of a girly question...are there any showers?
    Yes in the clubhouse changing rooms, and the club house is open from breakfast through to bar closing of a night, plenty of time for a shower and just in case you're wondering there are separate male and female showers.

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    and just in case you're wondering there are separate male and female showers.
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    also, SOAP, SHAMPOO, CONDITIONER, AND SHOWER CAPS

    sorry you will have to bring your own towels

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    sorry you will have to bring your own towels
    How old fashion are you? They use tampons these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steptoe View Post
    There is a 5 minutes walk away, they sell chickens cooked on a spit etc etc
    not if you walk the wrong way

    always remember that you are absolutely unique, just like everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    also, SOAP, SHAMPOO, CONDITIONER, AND SHOWER CAPS

    sorry you will have to bring your own towels
    What conditioner ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stewart H View Post
    What conditioner ?

    Stewart
    the type that gets 10W40 out of your hair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dahoum View Post
    the type that gets 10W40 out of your hair
    10w40? That's the 1200 boys out then.......
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