Ever mindful of spectator comfort the club has issued guidance on recognising the symptoms of hypothermia.
The club's crack medical team have advised that low body temperature results in muscle mis-coordination and mental confusion. Movements are slow and labored, accompanied by a stumbling pace and mild confusion, although the person may appear alert. The victim becomes pale. Lips, ears, fingers and toes may become blue. Members have expressed concern that this sounds like Fantasy Bob at most times.
Stewards have been told that if they see Fantasy Bob, or anyone looking remotely like him, they should immediately wrap him up in a blanket and feed him empire biscuits. In no circumstances should they attempt to heat him up by setting fire to his feet.
|Spectators coming to Grange Loan|
are advised to dress appropriately for the conditions.
In a go ahead move the go ahead club has also decided to make soup available.
This has not been an easy decision for the club's catering team and members of the menu advisory committee were divided on the appropriate soup to provide. However Fantasy Bob's request that Lobster Bisque could be served fell on deaf ears, which misheard it as Empire Bisque which they understood to be a soup made of FB's favourite biscuits. In its wisdom the committee decided in favour of something more conventional.
The committee also promised to keep under review the possibility of making Gluhwein available if temperatures do not rise.
|Carlton's pavilion in July|