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Christmas Meal - Where to go in Dundee ?
Indian ~ Jahangir Indian  ~ Jahangir 71%[5 Votes]
Turkish ~ Byzantium Turkish ~ Byzantium 14%[1 Vote]
Chinese ~ Mandarin Gardens Chinese  ~ Mandarin Gardens 0%[0 Votes]
English ~ DCA English  ~  DCA 14%[1 Vote]
Total Votes : 7
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Christmas Night Oot !
hi Flyers

Can you vote for where you'd like to go for Dinner at the Christmas night out ?
Just click on the Poll for the place you'd like to go to, and the majority votes wins....

Friday 9th December - 7pm meet up for 7.30pm Dinner :
Drinks afterwards at a local establishment ~
music and dance afterwards !

the Instructors are also coming along, so this will be your chance to buy them a drink or two in recognition for their PFL's !

Everyone welcome - so please come along and have an enjoyable evening !
Tally Ho... !
The Results are in;

The Christmas night Oot will be in Jahangir Tandoori, Session Street, Dundee.

Meet at 7pm either in the Jahangir Tandoori or the pub next door ( sorry I dont have a name for it )
Meal starts at 7.30pm We have a table booked for 15 Aviators.

No need for Ray Bans on this occasion - but the need for a gallant tale of unrivalled Pilotry would be welcomed Wink

Drinkies afterwards in a local pub of choice....

see you
Tally Ho... !
afternoon aviators

its Wednesday 7th December, snowing, wind is very strong and icy conditions on the roads in Central Scotland.

The Met Office forecast for Thursday and Friday :
Gale force winds - Snow and Ice and they have now issued a severe weather warning.

For all brave people who are attending the Curry Christmas Night out in Dundee - take care on the roads.
I'll make my decision on Friday afternoon, as I need to travel from Glasgow - Stirling - Dundee, and work a full day too !

Hopefully I'll be able to make the night out .
Tally Ho... !
Excellent night out in Dundee !!!!

7 people in total braved the cold conditions and hoisted the Tayside Flying Club flag...

The Indian meal was exceptional, and the banter was of the usual High standard - Sandy Farquhar deserves a Gold Medal for laughter / best Aviation storytelling !!!

thanks to all who turned up, appreciated...
Tally Ho... !
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