Magnificent Maldon ? Classic Colchester, Wonderful Whitham, or Traditional Tiptree -where the jam comes from! Doesn't have the same ring does it but there is plenty to do especially in the middle of May. The hotel itself is set in 320 acres and combines extensive leisure, health, beauty, and sporting activities. However if you wish to make a weekend out of it as well as an educational experience there are many opportunities in the area. Interact with the elephants in Colchester Zoo, steam over to the East Anglian Railway museum, enjoy the blooms at Hyde Hall the nearby RHS garden. Take in the famous jam factory of Wilkin and Sons Ltd at Tiptree -you go right past the door anyway. There is even a SECRET Nuclear bunker 80 feet underground if you can find it - but if you are thinking of bringing the wife it will probably be Lakeside Shopping Centre boasting over 320 shops, 4 major department stores oh dear I am getting bored already but I know that there are two golf courses surrounding the hotel. Oh I nearly forgot the Freeport designer outlet up to 50% off, famous name brand shopping.
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“Applied systems thinking is the answer.” This must be the case because Jack Lennox (Robbie Coltrane) said so and he’s a big clever lawyer-chap. If, like me, you watched ITV’s new 2-parter “Planman” then you will recognise this as the key to getting it all right. Essentially our Jack is a defence barrister in Glasgow who, bored defending criminals who are stupid enough to get caught, designs perfect bank-jobs for fun. The thing is while expounding the theory of how to get it right he evangelises on the subject of the art of systems thinking. He is seen reading a book of the same name, a book that some of our members will own.