Saying goodbye to 2005 and seeing in 2006 with our friends at Stirling Court
We spent a fabulous Christmas this year at the Claremont Hotel in Bournemouth with Andy, Tim, Mark, Neil, Martin and Paul. Excellent entertainment was provided by the Star Sisters from the nearby One-One-Three The Cabaret Place
Just before Christmas, Andy and Tim arranged the Christmas meal at the Peacock in Wythall
With a visit to the Good Food Show on the Wednesday, and then on Saturday a trip to the theatre to see "My Fair Lady" and then a fantastic meal at Las Iguanas we definitely celebrated Justin's birthday!
Daren's Mum and Dad (Reg and Gail) and their friends Rita and Bill, celebrated both their Ruby Wedding Anniversaries with a joint party at the Great Barr Hotel on Friday 7th October 2005
As Bryan's birthday was the day before the Lesbian and Gay Switchboard 30th Anniversary Ball held at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens on Friday 23rd September, we celebrated it in style!
Sitges 2005 - Saturday 3rd to Saturday 17th September - Daren, Justin, Kirsti, Sarah, Neil and Elwyn spent two (not always sunny!) weeks in Sitges. Philip and Agnieszka visited Barcelona for a few days and brought the wet weather with them!
Mark's Birthday Meal on 27th August
Ed's 50th Birthday Celebration at TC's on 13th August
Proms Spectacular at Shugborough Hall - Saturday 6th August 2005 - We very nearly didn't make it to this year's event, but thanks to Adrian Jackson (Musical Director and Principal Conductor) who arranged a gazebo for us, we had a fantastic night of music, fireworks, food and drink
Kirsti's Birthday BBQ - Sun 29th May
Peter's 60th Birthday celebration at Jimmy Spices - Sat 28th May
Birmingham Pride - This year's theme was Fairy Tales - May 2005
Heidi and Gary's Wedding Evening Celebrations - Saturday 21st May 2005
After Mike left us, we carried on to Budapest for the rest of the holiday - May 2005
Our holiday to Prague and Budapest started in Prague, where Mike joined us for the weekend - May 2005
Daren's Birthday meal at La Galleria Saturday 19th February 2005