Charity Quiz Evening

QUIZ NIGHT DETAILS 23/07/2022

Menu Choices
– Cod & Chips
– Vegan Fish & Chips
– Veggie Burger & Chips
– Gluten Free Fish & Chips
Please advise of choices asap, if not already done, to me on quiz@epsomrotary.uk
Payment
– £15 per person to be paid in cash on the night
Note
There will be a raffle & other things going on, so please bring cash to join in the
fun. (Nothing very expensive)
Do not forget to bring your drinks, glasses & nibbles for the evening.
If you have not yet advised your team’s name, please do so asap on the above
email, as it makes admin on the night easier.
If you are unfortunately not able to attend, please let me know as soon as you are
able, preferably by 20th July, so I can adjust the order for fish & chips. If this is not possible, as early as you can on the day of 23 rd July.

Many thanks.
Ronnie Smith
Past President Epsom Rotary Club

Chelwood Bridge 2022 Big Breakfast

For the last 15 years, apart from 2020 lockdown year, Chelwood Bridge Rotary has run the Big Breakfast serving some 1500 breakfasts and raising over £15,000 for charity. However the Big Breakfast 2022 on the 10th July will sadly be our final one, so a very special day not to be missed. We will be joined during the morning by the local Classic Car Club using the breakfast as the start point for their rally. Book early to avoid disappointment by telephoning 07983720405 or email chelwoodbridge.rotary@gmail.com

Chelwood Bridge welcomes two new members

Chelwood Bridge Rotary Club were very pleased to welcome two new members, Graham Osborn, pictured on the left and Paul Willis on the right. Both were presented with certificates to mark the occasion as well as a welcome pack, by our President John Palmer.

Graham’s career has included teaching English in Indonesia and Thailand for special business purposes and is currently working on software development for systems integration in the health system. 

Paul’s work as a Chartered Accountant has included Financial Services, management consultancy and international banking. His career culminated in working for the Financial Conduct Authority. 

Welcome to Rotary, Graham and Paul.

Charity Race Night

Preparations are once again well underway for our Charity Race Night on Friday, 6th May, 7.00 pm (for a prompt 7:30 start) at The Best Western Plus Centurion Hotel in Midsomer Norton. It will be an exciting and fun evening with food, a bar, and race entertainment.

Tickets will be on sale at £15.00 each, which includes supper and may be obtained at:
https://www.cognitoforms.com/IgnyteUk/MidsomerNortonAndRadstockRotaryClubRaceNight

We can also offer the opportunity to sponsor 4 horses, or 4 jockeys and stables by donating £100, or sponsor one of the complete races being run on the evening by donating £150. To sponsor a race please click on the above link.

In return for your generous sponsorship, we will forward you two complimentary tickets for every £100 sponsored, and you will also receive free advertising as a sponsor in the race night programme and you’ll get to select your business-related names for the race or horses/jockeys to promote your business.


There are also opportunities to advertise in the Race Programme for the evening, please email tina@ignyte.co.uk if you would like to discuss this option.

COVID has meant that we have been unable to host any events over the past 2 years, therefore, our fundraising efforts have been put on hold and we are very much looking forward to hosting this event to raise much needed funds for Rotary charities and the communities of Midsomer Norton and Radstock.

Thanking you very much in anticipation of your support.
 
On behalf of the Rotary Club of Midsomer Norton and Radstock.

Water Survival Box – aid to Ukraine

WSB Thursday 24th March – Our second consignment of aid providing requested items for families affected by the war in Ukraine left the warehouse of WSB today.  It will become part of a much larger lorry load of ‘medical equipment and specified items’ being provided by Rotary in England and coordinated by our District Governor Michael Fernando and President Lyndon Brett of the Bridgwater Rotary Club. Our contribution comprises three pallets of toothpaste, toothbrushes and solar lamps (total value in excess of £15,000) and was organised and paid for by the Chelwood Bridge Rotary charity (Water Survival Box Ltd). In the longer term we will be sending 200 Water Survival Boxes – for families that have lost everything – for distribution in Ukraine or one of the bordering countries such as Poland by the International Medical Corps with whom we have partnered in response to four previous disasters. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the many Rotarian supporters of Water Survival Box Ltd for their much needed financial help. For without your support none of this would have been possible. Thank you.

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