Just a brief note to say that Fly a Bird of Prey was
totally awesome!! The birds were so beautiful and
Tracy and Dave are lovely and very hospitable
people. Dave is very passionate about the birds
In every issue we shall be printing some of your experiences in Spice. There will be a star letter every
and is very engaging. It's been a cold but won-
month, with a prize of a £10 credit note. We shall also be paying a £10 credit note for the best photo.
derful morning and everyone should go on this
Send your contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org
, or post to Spice, 118 Shiplake Bottom, Pep-
pard Common, Henley on Thames, RG9 5HR.
Pure Dance Addiction! Wow! The new magazine certainly looks the busi-
That says it all for me really. Ceroc is a regular Spice
ness! My bit looks so inviting I feel like booking on
event and one of the UK’s fastest growing dances.
some of my own walks! :-)
The newsletter looks absolutely brilliant. It's clear
I've seen people doing Ceroc at the many Spice balls
that a lot of hardwork has gone into it.
Ian Jelf, MITG
that I've attended and have wondered what all the
fuss was about. Yes it looks fun, but could I see my-
self doing this regu-
larly, no not really.
Pursuaded by a few I like the look of your new brochure - great.
I went on Ultimate Tank Driving and Weapons Day
friends I decided to
give it a go and now
Check out www.encompass-sailing.co.uk
for my birthday. It was one of the best days ever!
which has a page of Spice events and a link to
I have rarely laughed so much. It was an action
what all the fuss is
packed day from start to finish.
The participants were split into 4 groups and dur-
about!!! The evening Richard Morley
ing the day we each did 5 activities – this meant
consists of lessons EnCompass Sailing
that there were no long boring periods of hanging
showing basic and
around. We then each drove a hinged personnel
carrier, and rode in one as a passenger. Imagine
and then it moves onto 'freestyle' - basically an open
What a fun event I had at the Coral Reef trying out
a small tram with tank tracks driving around a
dance floor. After just a few lessons, I am now dance
the Water Walkerz. There was a small group of us
muddy crater filled field – that was us! This was fol-
addicted! I am eager to learn and aspire to the more
so we each were able to have our own giant inflat-
lowed by driving a nuclear weapons transporter,
experienced dancers. What I particularly like about
able balls to have a go in. It was great fun trying to
which looked like a truck with a skip on the side.
Ceroc is that it is very sociable. People of all ages and
master standing up, and running in them it is harder
The ex-military staff gave us pointers and train-
all backgrounds come to dance. You start to see the
then it looks!
ing in a lighthearted manner. On SAS patrol, we
same faces and start to make new friends.
I had such a laugh watching the others trying to
took it in turns to lead the patrol through a booby
So if you are a 'Spicer' wondering if you should take
stand and at myself keep falling over and seeing
trapped wood; if you hit it, you were shot and had
your first tentative steps oto the dance floor, then
Dom trying to run in them backwards. The water
to go to the back. I was so busy looking for trip
I thoroughly recommend Ceroc. You'll experience
flumes were great fun as well. Afterwards we went
wires and ground holes, that I missed my booby
pure dance addiction!
to a nearby pub for drinks and some of us had a
trap – a massive crashed plane up in the trees!
meal. I can highly recommend this event.
The highlight of the day was driving a choice of
3 tanks, 2 British and 1 Russian. There was a great
Sandhurst Jessica Mercken
track with hills and potholes to test your driving
skills and I was really getting into it when my
trainer (perched precariously on top of the tank)
I think the colour newsletter is brill, very impres- begged me to slow down! At the end of the day,
sive. Wow! was my daughter’s comment. I think to the person with the highest score had the once-
have the holidays in the same newsletter is a great in-a-lifetime opportunity to drive a tank over a car
idea too. The colour and presentation are very
and crush it.
professional, well done! Once you had eaten, you were offered a ride in an
army truck racing at high speed around the camp.
Bernadette Shortt It might seem an expensive day out, but it was
Solent Assistant Coordinator outstanding value for money and brilliant fun!
I have been delivering workshops on Resilience this
week to Managers at Birds Eye, and I recommended
Spice as one of the aids to maintaining resilience
and having challenges in a fun way.
I just wanted to say I love the new look to the maga-
The brochures are great, very easy to navigate
zine, it is great to see it in colour and to have loads
through and so easy to pick up and browse through.
more photos, letters
My quote would be... " Opening the Spice brochure
is like stepping into Aladdin's cave."
from the members.
Workshop Leader - Know Your Personality and
A group od Spicers outside the Presidential
Palace in Bangkok. Autumn 2007.
Great events for new Great events for Brand new events Events for great
members under a tenner feedback
National Dragon Boat Racing
Ian Jelf Wanders
Bungee Jump - UK’s Highest Jump Spice Thames Valley & Solent ski trip!
Sports Nights Implementing the Secret Law of Attraction Microlighting
Black Tie Summer Ball
Dinghy Sailing Taster Day Discover Scuba - Southampton
Rambles and Summer Strolls
Rambles and Summer Strolls
A Wantage Wander with Ian Jelf 4x4 Motor Safari Day
Sunset Safari at Marwell Zoo
Ceroc and Jive Nights Hooky Beer Festival
National Dragon Boat Racing
Circus Skills Workshop
Know Your Personality Workshop Go Karting - Thruxton
Punting, Pimms & Picnic Mountain Biking - Evening Western Style Trail Riding
Ceroc and Jive Nights
Music in Flight - Tidworth Festival Center Parcs weekends
Weekends Mountain Biking - Evening Ramble - Vintage Cycles - Benson Quad and Honda Pilots Racing
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