We had an enjoyable evening of mild excitement at the Dull Men's Club Anorak of the Year Award event in Manchester yesterday evening.
It was good to catch-up with our fellow dullsters and see presentations on topics including roundabouts, boredom and drains.
The evening was topped off with the presentation of the 2019 Anorak of the Year Award which this year went to Archie Workman for his outstanding work in celebrating the ordinary in his passionate pursuit of drainspotting.
Archie was presented with his certificate and a hi-vis waistcoat, rather than an actual anorak, by Leland Carlson Assistant Vice President of the Dull Men's Club and Kevin Beresford of the UK Roundabout Appreciation Society who was also the outgoing Anorak of the Year from last year.
I was delighted to be able to give a presentation to the group about the crazy world of minigolf, the history of the game, the sporting side and tournaments, equipment used and the wide-range of ephemera and collectibles related to miniature golf.
Dr Boredom with some of the delightfully dullest men in Britain at Anorak of the Year event in Manchester. The discussion of the merits of various mini golf balls was a real lowlight. @dullmensclub @RoundaboutKevin @TheLengthsman @putting_gott pic.twitter.com/gOQmymv1x2— Sandi Mann (@SandiPsych) November 27, 2019
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