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Theatre Visit

Mike Heath, who organised our visit to the Theatre on the Steps on 15th November contributes his impressions
We bought tickets, made arrangements and shared directions. “Sweet and sour, sizzling beef, boiled or fried rice sir?” To eat or not to eat? That was the question.
Down the hill there was no visible sign, but it must be the venue. The dark steps beckoned.  In 1963 the pulpit was still in place and I was here knocking down walls.

Annual Church Service

 At 10am on Sunday, 3rd November 42 Inner Wheel members, Rotarians, partners and friends braved the blustery weather to be greeted by Presidents Margaret and Peter for our annual Joint Church Service at St Catherine’s Church Eyton.

Our thanks go to Reverend Richard Kirby and his wife, Linda (a reader) and the congregation for allowing us to join them at their beautiful church. Readings by our Presidents, lusty singing, prayers and reflection were enjoyed by all.

Venn represents us in Australia

While he was Australia Venn Davies visited Prickle Farm, Esperance. A 3,000 acre arable and sheep farm run to raise funds for charity by The Rotary Club of Esperance Bay.

Venn also went to a meeting of the Esperance Bay Rotary Club. The photo shows Venn and their President exchanging pennants whilst wearing silly hats. They were in good company as everyone at the meeting wore a silly hat for charity.

Film night at the Odeon

This year Chris Yates organised our annual Film Night, (ably assisted by David Roberts and many Rotarians acting as ushers, barmen and draw ticket sellers). John Rice had run the last nine Film Nights to a standard that made it hard to follow, but everything went splendidly.

Collection for Parkinson's

A small body od dedicated football followers joined by three sufferers of Parkinson's disease collected £254.24 at the game between AFC TElford and Hereford.    The Cheque will be presented to Rtn. Alan West shortly at both our meeting and at the ground.

Rotary Young Leaders Award

Click on this link to read about our support for RYLA (Rotary Young Leaders Award) and the club's vist to the Carillon at Loughborough.

Our RYLA candidates Nimesh Patel and Tara Sasidhurin (below with President Peter Martin) visited the club recently to relate their experiences.

Cricket trip

Click on the picture to read the articles about the cricket trip to Wormsley and the induction of two new members.

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