MEN’S DANGER CLUB
© St. Michael’s, Breaston 2016
What’s next for the Men’s Danger Club? Date Event Location Details                              Fri 19th January 7:30 pm Circle Treatment Centre, QMC Tour of the Clinic Fancy a trip to a hospital without being ill? A hospital run by doctors and nurses putting patient and staff experience first. The biggest day care centre in Europe catering for ¼ million patients a year with a wide range of specialities and it’s in Nottingham! Ben Gooding, chairman, consultant and surgeon will take us on a tour of the Clinic, the Circle NHS Treatment Centre is situated on the Queen’s Hospital site. It will be a fascinating visit following patient care from initial meeting onto operation and then after care. The tour begins at 7.30 pm and will last about an hour depending on how many questions are asked! Afterwards those who want to will meet at the Eaton Farm for a pint and a chat. Each year the Clinic supports a charity so John Skinner will bring my cap if you wish to donate. Details of how to get there:Take the A52 into Nottingham. As you pass the University on your right you will come to a large traffic island. Take any right hand lane and turn right as if you are going to Grantham. DO NOT CONTINUE TOWARDS NOTTINGHAM. Almost immediately take the first slip road on the left into the hospital grounds. Continue along the perimeter road (a one-way system) until you reach Circle Nottingham. Turn left onto Lister Road, which is the road before Circle Nottingham. If you miss the turning you will need to go all the way round the perimeter road again! Take the car park ticket. You may have to state your reason for visiting but Ben, I hope, has sorted this out. Keep your ticket safe as Ben will validate this and there will be no charge. Mon 26th February 7:30 pm Tap House, Draycott Tap House Tasting. Greg Maskalick will tell us about his local micro brewery with a chance to taste his beers Fri 23rd March 7:30 pm St. Mary’s Draycott Hall Quirky Derbyshire: a talk by David Fearnehough who has researched  objects, people and places in Derbyshire which are unique, from the smallest town playing in the  First Division, now the Premier League,  the inventor of the ”Hot Dog” born in Derbyshire to the production of the first Inkjet printer Fri 27th April 7:30 pm Royal Oak, Ockbrook Knock ‘em Down: skittles, pie, peas and chips (and a beer!) Sat 26th May tba Tatenhill, Burton upon Trent A guided tour of St. Georges Park which is where the England football practice on a replica of the pitch at Wembley Stadium. This will be a “Dads and Lads” event . Fir 16th June 6:30pm A local pistol-shooting club On Target (pistol shooting)
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