Join Chard Rotary and find out about how the ‘Ice Maidens’ became the first all woman team to cross the Antarctic Peninsula, on foot, with no outside support.
Team leader, Major Natalie Taylor, will describe how the intrepid members of the team prepared for and succeeded in this amazing feat of endurance.
The talk will take part in St. Mary’s Church, Chard on Thursday 19th April 2018, starting at 7.00pm.
Tickets are available at £5.00 per person (under 16’s free) and can be reserved by contacting President Robin Williams on 07824640088, by visiting Barron’s Outfitters, Holyrood Street, Chard or at the door on the night.
All proceeds will be divided between Rotary Foundation and a charity of Natalie’s choice.
Come along and join us for what is bound to be a fascinating evening.
Chard Rotary Club and CineChard will be joining together on Friday 13th April 2018 to raise money for PolioPlus.
CineChard will be screening the film ‘Breathe’ which tells the story of British polio survivor Robin Cavendish, who contracted the disease in Kenya in 1958. They have agreed that members of the Rotary Club can join them to provide information on the PolioPlus campaign and take a collection at the end of the evening.
The evening starts at 7pm fos a 7.30pm start and tickets are available in advance from Eleos, Fore Street, Chard; Chard Post Office, Fore Street, Chard and Barron’s Outfitters, Holyrood Street, Chard. Alternatively contact President Robin Williams on 07824640088 (after 1st April 2018) if you cannot get to Chard to collect tickets.
Tickets cost £5 for adults and £2.50 for children.
Why not join us and help support this fantastic cause.
Family Friendly Frisbee Frowing Fun
Sandford 21st & 22nd April 2018
Wrington Vale Rotary are working in collaboration with Mendip Outdoor Pursuits and Thatchers Cider to raise funds for teenage mental health charities.
Visit their web site to get your tickets for this
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Come and enjoy foods from four countries at Frome Selwood Rotary’s annual World Cuisine Evening. The food is prepared by Frome Selwood members and previous evenings have seen food from Borneo, Morocco, France, Italy among other countries.
This years Wine Tasting event at Great Western Wine, Wells Road, Bath will take place on Thursday 5th April, starting at 7pm. Tickets are £15. Great Western Wine has a new layout but there is still a maximum of 60 places for this event. Alan Norberg will select a variety of wines for us to sample, which along with canapés to complement the wines should amount to a most enjoyable evening!
To book your places please contact Jim Robertson at email@example.com
On Saturday 21st April 2018 Bathavon Rotary Club are holding an evening of music with contributions from The Band of Avon Fire & Rescue Service, Saxophone “Saxtet” from Beechen Cliff School and The Military Wives of Colerne Choir.
7.30 pm at St Swithin’s Church, Bath. Doors open at 6.45 – pay bar. Tickets £10
Tickets available from Park Pets, Moorland Road, Bath; Beau Nash, Brook Street Bath; Bath Box Office or via any club member.
Proceeds to Rotary Charities including Bath Stroke Support Group
Stroke Awareness Day: Saturday 14th April 2018 in High Street, Weston-super-Mare
Weston Rotary are providing free blood pressure checks in Weston Town Centre to combat stroke on Saturday 14th April 2018
Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland and the Stroke Association have teamed up to help people stop for a moment and get their blood pressure tested and to raise awareness of the link between high blood pressure and stroke.
Over half of all strokes can be caused by high blood pressure. As well as having a blood pressure check, local residents can also receive advice on steps to keep it under control and reduce their stroke risk.
Having a stroke can be devastating but people can reduce their risk significantly by paying attention to their blood pressure. Rotary is proud to support the Stroke Association’s Know Your Blood Pressure campaign because it is both simple and effective. The test takes a moment to do and potentially, it could save your life.
Having a regular blood pressure check is so important. Estimates suggest there could be almost seven million people with high blood pressure who are undiagnosed and at risk of having a stroke. Many people have high blood pressure without realising it because it often has no symptoms. High blood pressure is far more common than you would think and it can be deadly, but it is treatable. With events like this, together we can conquer stroke.
TWO films taken by one of our more adventurous members, Barrie Campbell!
Glastonbury & Street Rotary invite you to a concert with the Glastonbury Male Voice Choir at Cedar Hall, Wells Cathedral School
“The concert is held in memory of Hugh Berry, a great Rotarian, who sadly died in April 2017. Hugh was Past president of of the Glastonbury and Street Club and was the current Chairman of the Glastonbury Male Voice Choir at the time of his death. The two organisations have come together to remember Hugh and the programme will include a selection of his favourite music.”
Proceeds from this event will be given to Rotary Charities