"Since the early 19th Century, Trafalgar Night has been celebrated each October to commemorate victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 and Lord Nelson
Unfortunately, this year many Trafalgar celebrations have been cancelled. Instead, why not host your own virtual or household Trafalgar Night dinners?
Trafalgar Night dinner traditionally includes a fish starter followed by the parading of the beef; a course that is usually roast beef or a beef wellington. After the main course attendees enjoy chocolate ships known as 'Ships of the Line'."
Hope you manage to enjoy yours, @soleil . A club I have the fortune to belong to in Cowes held its Trafalgar Dinner on Saturday. Carefully organised to comply with the anti-Covid rules, it was a great success. The menu was much as you suggested. Started at 1800 - and finished before 2200. Music was provided by the Medina Marching Band, who were excellent. (over the years, some have progressed to the Royal Marines Band Service),