Tickets are still available for our Hogmanay Party priced £22.50 per person. Disco, Scottish Dancing and steak pie/haggis/vegetarian haggis included. Ask at the bar or call 0131 441 1144 or email email@example.com
Following the resignation of current Secretary, Neil Park, the Lothians Golf Association is looking to recruit a new Secretary/Treasurer with effect from the 27 February 2017. For further information please refer to this advert: Secretary and Treasurer Advert
The Ladies Section chose to support Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance and raised the amount of £950.00 throughout 2016 – our thanks to all the Members of Kingsknowe who bought raffle tickets and home-baking during our Opens and other events. Matched … Continued
Bookings are now being taken for our Hogmanay Party on Saturday 31st December. Tickets cost £22.50 and include a disco plus traditional Scottish food and dancing. Contact the bar on 0131 441 1144 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book your table.
For those members living within the Longstone Community Council area which includes the Golf Club, LCC will next meet on Monday 12 December 2016 at 7:30 pm in Longstone Primary School in Redhall Grove. Community Council meetings are open to all … Continued
Sunday 11th December, Santa is coming to Kingsknowe for the kids Christmas Party 4pm to 6pm. Tickets are only £5 per child and Alexander The Great will entertain the kids with music, magic and games. Please enquire and pay at the … Continued
Remember we are holding our forum following the recent Golf Course Survey tomorrow night (Wednesday) in the clubhouse. It starts at 6pm and all members are invited to attend.
Thanks to those who have already completed the survey, but we would like some more input to the Social Programme from you. We are currently putting together next year’s Social Programme and would like you to have your say in … Continued
Here is the weekend menu from Food Creations Weekend Menu
Longstone Community Council will meet on Monday 14 November 2016 at 7:30 pm in Longstone Primary School (right) in Redhall Grove. Community council meetings are open to all local residents. Meetings are usually attended by local councillors and the police, the latter … Continued