Held at Day's Lock, Little Whittenham. Those who attended claim we came second, but a proper record will have to wait until the minutes, if minutes there be, make there way onto the internet.
Apparently. It should mostly be in the minutes, if you care, particularly since we established that the minutes define reality.
On 24th February we had our Annual General Meeting in the Nihon Room in Pembroke, and Richard and Neil showed up, as did many other people. Normal Pembrokians witnessed some of us skipping round Foundress Court dressed in black tie or some approximation thereof.
With only one quarter final left of last years competition before we hit the semis, it is now time to start thinking about entries for next years league. The League will start towards the end of Lent term and all interested members are invited to send a list (in priority order) of their favourite biscuits to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see the League Rules for more details
At the meeting of 29th November 2003 the society filled several vacant character posts. To the posts of Rabbit and Kanga, Mr. Neil Roques and Miss Rachel Causier were elected, respectively. The vacated post of Wol fell upon Miss Michelle `Chess' Hart under clause LV of the constitution.
In order to publicise A. A. Milne's literary masterpiece, "Winnie-the-Pooh" for the BBC Big Read, and as a part of National Tree Week 2003, the Pembroke College Winnie-the-Pooh Society held an Inter-Varsity Poohsticks match.
Date: Sunday, 30th November, 2003
Time: 12.30pm onwards
Place: Poohsticks bridge (a.k.a. Crusoe Bridge), Cambridge
The event was filmed by Anglia Television
Any members of any other institution interested in taking part in next years competition should email the Captain of Poohsticks.
Click here for detailed results and photos.
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