The 2022 meeting was arranged by Duncan Summerton with Jonathan Goddard at Kilworth House Hotel, Leicestershire from 5 to 7 October 2022.
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On the first evening, members and their partners assembled in the "Staging Post" - a traditional log cabin constructed entirely of Loch Ness Douglas fir trees - for a buffet supper, followed by an entertaining (and challenging) quiz created & presented by Duncan Summerton.
Next morning, the accompanying persons met at Cocoa-Amore, a chocolate workshop in Leicester, to listen to a talk about chocolate making and to try their hand, under expert supervision, at making their own truffles (see below).
The accompanying persons' "truffle table" at Cocoa-Amore
Meanwhile, the urologists were entertained by an outstanding programme of presentations.
After lunch, we were all transported by coach to view two churches, with their stained glass, at Stanford-on-Avon and Brixworth. Images from both these fascinating churches are available in the galleries below.
Following a black tie dinner in the hotel, further presentations were given on the final morning, followed by a moving tribute to the late Phil Thomas from Suzie Venn.
Club members and their partners dispersed after lunch ... well-educated and well-fed.
Jonathan Goddard's Richard III cartoon for the 2022 Punch Club meeting is shown on the left - click here to view it in full screen. The thumbnails below display photos of the meeting, mainly by Nigel Bullock but with a contribution from the Summertons.
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The "Staging Post" log cabin
Look out for Michele & Roland raising the quiz trophy on behalf of the "Invincibles" team!
Around Kilworth House
Look out for the lobby table carrying wooden hats, and boots converted into lamps
St Nicholas Church, Stanford-on-Avon (14th century)
Look out for the window showing St Peter (Petrus) with the yellow & white keys that form the BAUS logo
All Saints' Church, Brixworth (7th century Anglo-Saxon)
Look out for the date (AD 680) that the church was founded
No offence intended (left), basic photography error (centre), corrected (right)
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