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Laying Up Lunch
Sun 22nd November 2009

The Laying-up Lunch was held at the Spinnaker Inn and Hotel. About 60 of us were there, including Brian Campbell-James, one of the founder members of the Seal Association, now probably our oldest member. After a good roast lunch Ken Surplice said a few words, and presented the Angus Primrose Memorial Trophy - for meritorious achievement in an Angus Primrose designed boat - to David Bamber, in recognition of his enthusiasm of getting to many Solent area events in his Eastbourne-based Seal 28 Sea Lady.

The committee should go to specsavers!
The committee should go to specsavers!
David Bamber with the Angus Primrose Memorial Trophy
David Bamber with the Angus Primrose Memorial Trophy
The youngest and the oldest
The youngest and the oldest

Sue Surplice writes:

When I was pregnant with Paul 11 years ago, we were on a Parker 275 in Dartmouth going up the river to lunch with loads of us on one boat. Someone commented that Kate, our 3 year old daughter then, was the youngest, and Brian was the eldest. So, we had a photo then. So today, Paul was the youngest there, and Brian is by far the eldest at 92, so it’s a good combination.