I say, now look here you chaps, proper, smart walking attire is expected at all times on these jolly Gents WC adventures..
Club Ties - available from the Club Captain, official club badges will be available when the club has sufficient membership.
The term "overdressed" simply does not exist in our book - think Jeeves and Wooster or Blandings but with more gusto.
Lovely tweed suits and plus-fours with long coloured socks, colourful waistcoats, silk scarfs, club ties, jaunty tweed flat caps (cheese cutters), deer stalkers, bowler hats, straw skippers (probably best in the summer with your regatta blazer) are all positively encouraged.
Good quality 'leather' walking boots.
Not forgetting, wooden walking sticks, shooting sticks, umbrellas and dare we mention... a sturdy macintosh may not go a miss.
A tough cotton rucksack is also pip-pip for these occasions plus... a sneaky hip flask.
Gentlemen are expected to see lady guests safely across all roads and assist whilst negotiating stiles if required so to do.
We very much in favour of stops on route; a snifter or two, luncheon and a spot of afternoon tea (please bring your old Scout tin mugs).
Pinky up or pinky down, with milk or with lemon, these are choices the individual Gents WC member must make for themselves, unfortunately the Club Captain cannot help with such technical matters.
The main thing is to not rush one's self...
Afternoon tea is one of life's great luxuries - just take time and enjoy!
Pip-Pip. Club Captain