OVFM CLUB MEETING TUESDAY JANUARY 24th 2017

 

Since the weather outside is frightful and I’m sure you’ve all been somewhere more delightful in the past year, now is the time to share your trips to sunnier climes and your memories with the club in our annual holiday films session.

Whether you’ve strolled on the beaches of Barbados or feasted on the fromage de France here is your opportunity to relive those moments and rub it in to the rest of us who were stuck in dreary Old Blighty!

However there is the caveat that your films are limited to a run time of FIVE MINUTES MAXIMUM so if there is any trimming that needs doing please ensure it is done in time for Tuesday’s meeting.

Of course, if you are bringing a film this week then PLEASE REPLY TO THIS POST in the comments/reply section below, letting us know the film’s run time, format (DVD, Blu-ray) and picture ratio (4:3 or 16:9). This is a great help for us when planning the evening out and helping things run smoothly so if you could do us this courtesy it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for reading and don’t forget your sun cream on Tuesday!

7 comments on “OVFM CLUB MEETING TUESDAY JANUARY 24th 2017”

  1. Lee Relph

    Pat Palmer hopes to bring a film tomorrow night too which gives us a total of THREE confirmed films and presumably more from people who can’t be bothered to post on here.

  2. Lee Relph

    We can only assume that the cold weather has taken its toll on club members’ health (or their car’s health) as we had a rather meagre turn out of just 16 people last night to witness the selection of holiday films on offer.

    Andy Watson kicked things off with a look at his “Visit To Peru” then Pat Palmer took us to the “Safaris Of Botswana”. Jane Oliver provided three films one set in Dennery on the east coast of Saint Lucia followed by two show in New Zealand.

    Barbara Darby shared two films, one taken on an “Alapaca Farm” and another featuring “Paso Horses”. Reg and Annabelle reminded us they are a double act by each providing a film, “TIG” from Annabelle and “Otter Potter” from Reg. Finally John Greengrass showed us the journey from the plane’s point of view of his trip “To The Beach”.

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