Please take a look at a selection of photos from what was a very enjoyable day in the Parks, celebrating Vincent’s Club.
The Oxford Times recently ran a feature on the Club, our outreach activities, the V150 and the forthcoming refurbishment. To read the whole article, including comments from our president Marcus-Alexander Neil, click here.
We are all set for what promises to be a fantastic event in the Parks this coming Saturday. Online ticket sales are now closed.
Anybody who has purchased online is still welcome to collect their tickets from the clubhouse tomorrow. If you are unable to do so, there will be an obvious ticket collection point in The University Parks near to the entrance by Keble College. It is advised that you have ID with you, and keep in mind that your ticket may be under the name of the person you purchased through.
Just as a reminder, the cricket will commence at 2pm, followed by the champagne tea from 3pm. Photographs for all are scheduled between 5:00-5:30pm, with the evening event starting at 6pm.
All alumni members and their guests are welcome to enjoy the clubhouse following the cocktails. Resident members and guests will enjoy a reception at the newly refurbished Varsity Club where they will be offering 2 for 1 cocktails. At 10.30 all still wishing to enjoy the evening will be able to attend Camera night club for the official after party.
Golfing members are invited to the Vincent’s Golf Day on Thursday July 4th at Huntercombe Golf Club. Huntercombe is situated a few miles outside Oxford, and holds a reputation as one of England’s best inland courses. The day is of course open to all members, regardless of your handicap! For more details and to book your place, please click to download the form.
Any further enquires about the event should be directed to email@example.com.
Following the election of our new president, Marcus-Alexander Neil, at the end of Hilary the committee for 2013-14 has been finalised. The full list of roles and new incumbents can be found here. While all members are important to the smooth running of the club, these are the people with particular responsibilities who should be approached with any queries or suggestions you may have. Needless to say, we are all looking forward to serving the club in such an important year as this.
Of course, thanks must go to every member of last year’s committee for the fantastic job they have done, both in leading our club, and in their preparations for the V15o. We are glad to welcome a number of them back to the committee this year to continue their sterling work for Vincent’s.
For the third consecutive year Vincent’s supported a tournament of memorial rugby matches at Iffley Road held in honour of the first Japanese national to play for the Blues XV and become a member of the Club. Continue reading “Vincent’s supports memorial rugby games for first Japanese member”