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A Festival Of Remembrance

 

Rotary Club Of Retford

In Partnership With The Mayor Of Retford

Present

A Festival Of Remembrance

Featuring Harworth Brass & Retford Male Voice Choir

 

RETFORD TOWN HALL

Saturday 9th November 2013 Commences at 7.30pm

TICKETS £6.00*

PROCEEDS TO BE DIVIDED EQUALLY BETWEEN THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION

AND

SGT MICK BRENNAN, A LOCAL PARALYMPIC DOWNHILL SKIER, INJURED IN THE LINE OF DUTY.

TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM ‘BOOKWORM’ in SPA LANE or PETER PIMPERTON on 07792513969

* Admission £1.50, plus a suggested voluntary donation of £4.50

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Amber Valley Proms concert for Polio

Rotary Amber Valley

Last Night Of The Proms Concert – Sat October 26th

St Peters Parish Church Belper

This event is a major concert in aid of Polio Eradication and doors open at 18.45pm. All seats are unreserved and the programme will contain many favourites familiar to “Last Night” audiences, performed by Derwent Brass ,one of the leading brass ensembles in the East Midlands and Eastwood Collieries Male Voice Choir one of our foremost local choral groups.

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Further details in the attachment.

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Zulu Wars speaker

Zulu Wars speaker

The Rotary Club of Long Eaton Dawnbreakers are proud to announce that they have secured the services of internationally renowned Historian and Zulu Wars expert, Rob Caskie to speak at a charity fund-raising event later this year.

Rob is on a brief visit to the UK from South Africa and has agreed to speak at the Chatsworth Arts Centre in Long Eaton on October 22nd 2013 at 7.30pm. Rob is an acknowledged historian and tour guide who takes visitors around the battle sites of the Anglo – Zulu Wars and is famous for bringing “ history alive”. He will provide an informative, passionate and enthralling account of the Battle of Rorke’s Drift.

Tickets are just £10 each. All profits from the evening will go to the Club’s International Charity project to improve the lives of the residents of the Kings Village in Ghana.

Tickets can be obtained by contacting SVP Paul Burrows on 07539 228682 or e-mailing p.burrows37@ntlworld.com

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Conference on-line booking now available

Conference on-line booking now available

On-line registration is now available through the official conference booking website at www.1220conference.org.uk

Alternatively, if you prefer to pay by cheque then there is also a copy of the Registration brochure available on the Conference page on this site. Click on the menu item District, and then Conference. At the bottom of the introduction you can access the brochure.

Remember that the Conference Registration fee will increase on the 27th August, so please BOOK EARLY and SAVE, SAVE, SAVE!

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Southwell Races generates funds for Polio Eradication

Southwell Races generates funds for Polio Eradication

The Southwell Races event proved once again to be an enjoyable evening with six of the seven races sponsored for Polio Eradiacation. The crowd seemed larger than last year but, in fact, we sold only half as many tickets due to a club Charter Dinner on the same evening and  District Assembly being held on the following morning. However, a useful £4,785, including a 15 minute bucket collection of £300, has been sent to Polio Eradication.

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Carsington Circle Charity Walk

Carsington Circle  Charity Walk

The Rotary Club of Wirksworth

are organising

“Carsington Circle”

Charity Walk

On Sunday 28th April 2013

All proceeds will go to

CANCER RESEARCH U.K.

Come along and enjoy this beautiful 7.5 mile walk around Carsington Water at a wonderful time of year, and help raise money for this deserving cause.

Walkers leave the Visitor Centre between 9.00 and 10.30 a.m. Concessionary parking rates apply.

For sponsorship forms or more information ring 01629 56305 or print a copy from our web site at: www.wirksworthrotary.org

Or just come along on the day and make a donation.

Further details are available from the Club’s website

 

 

Image of Carsington Water by http://beyondxthexeyes.deviantart.com/art/Carsington-Water-290769170 Used with restrictions under Creative Commons rights

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Wollaton Park Charity Golf Day July 12th 2013

Wollaton Park Charity Golf Day July 12th 2013

Wollaton Park Rotary Club have organised a golf event for the past six years, with the generous support of participants and sponsorship, and have raised in excess of £32,000 for a wide variety of Charities.

They hope to be able to gain your support this year. The event is on Friday 12th July 2013. You may wish to enter a team. Alternatively there are a number of ways that you could assist. These include company sponsorship or advertising in the brochure or for individuals to donate a prize or cash.

We have been fortunate, again, to secure the services of Wollaton Park Golf Club, one of the most picturesque golf courses in Nottingham. This is set in parkland overlooked by the beautiful 16th century Wollaton Hall. Red and Fallow deer roam freely and are often seen on the course. This presents an ideal venue for a great day’s golf.

Please visit the Club’s website for a flyer and entry/sponsorship application form.

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Dovedale Dipper by Rotary Club of Matlock

The 11th Rotary Club of Matlock  Dovedale Dipper Challenge and Dovedale Dipper Ramble  will be held on Sunday 4th August 2013  in aid Of Cerebal Palsy Sport.  Please go to the www.matlockrotary.com website for an entry form and/or to contact the event organiser.

Cerebral palsy affects around one in every 400 births and can be caused from lack of oxygen at birth, damage to the developing foetus, a viral infection, certain drugs or poor nutrition. It is the most common form of severe disability amongst children worldwide. The number of babies born with cerebral palsy is not declining.

Cerebral Palsy Sport is the sports organisation for people with cerebral palsy, providing sporting opportunities to individuals of all ages and at all levels from the recreational right through to paralympic competition.

It is also an advisory agency for disability sport issues and is recognised and respected within the international arena.

Cerebral Palsy Sport’s primary aim is to attract more people to become involved in sporting activities for the pursuit of excellence or for fun and enjoyment. Among the activities covered by CP Sport are athletics, boccia, bowls, football, swimming and table cricket.

 

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