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A walk in the woods plus lunch, October 20th

A walk in the woods plus lunch, October 20th

You are invited to join the Rotary Club of Ravenshead and Blidworth and the Ravenshead Inner Wheel on the 20th October 2012 for a walk on a pleasant route, mainly through woodland, followed by a homemade soup (with choices), desert and coffee/tea lunch. This year we are offering a choice of two routes, both starting from the same place. One is just under 4 miles and the other just over 5 miles. You can choose on the day. There is a coffee stop available on both routes.

It is suitable for walkers of all abilities and children are welcome although they must be in the care of a responsible adult. well behaved dogs are also welcome.

The venue is Ravens Lodge Scout Headquarters on Main Road, Ravenshead (B6020 road, next to the Little John Inn). You can start at any time between 10:30 and 11am

The cost is £7.00. Children under 12 are half price. If you do not wish to walk you are welcome to join us for lunch from 12:30 onwards.

We need to know the numbers attending and so if you wish to take part please contact Bob or Sandra Jackson on 01623 793978 or email bob.jackson@ravenshead-rotary.org.uk or Mike Lee on 01623 409893.

Everyone who has been previously seemed to enjoy the walks and so we look forward to seeing you on the day. Although this is intended as a social event any profit we do make will go to our Rotary and Inner Wheel charities.

Bob Jackson

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District International Projects Fair and Dinner

District International Projects Fair and Dinner

The District 1220 International Committee has organised an “International Projects Fair and Dinner”. It is to be held at the Novotel on the evening of 1st November 2012. It will comprise of the following:

  • Stalls displaying international projects from Clubs in the District
  • Stalls of international charities
  • A three course meal
  • A presentation by the charity Sand Dams
  • A presentation by Eileen Bagshaw of Save the Children

Entertainment with an international themeThe stalls will be open for viewing from 5.30pm (set up from 5pm) and the dinner will be served at 7.30pm. The two presentations will follow the dinner.

The three course meal will cost just £17.00p and the menu is:

Cream of tomato and basil soup

Chicken breast chasseur with seasonal vegetables and chateau potatoes

(chicken breast in white wine, tomato and tarragon sauce)

Dutch apple pie with crème anglais

There will be options for vegetarians and persons with special dietary requirements.

If you would like to use the opportunity to put on display any international projects in which your club is involved please let me know as soon as possible so that I can reserve you a stall. (limited numbers available) There is no charge for this.

If you would like to attend the dinner, please let me know straight away, preferably by email, with a cheque for the appropriate amount, payable to “Rotary International District 1220”. We would this event to be a big success and so your support would be invaluable. Non Rotarian guests are very welcome.

Yours in Rotary Friendship

Gail Ashley

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Rotary Working Shoulder to Shoulder with the Royal British Legion

Rotary Working Shoulder to Shoulder with the Royal British Legion

Last year the Nottingham Branch of the Royal British Legion asked Rotary to help with their Annual Poppy collection.

The whole experience was so successful and resulted in a record amount collected and the Royal British Legion asked if Rotary would consider extending this partnership throughout the country.

It has now been adopted by RIBI as one of their recognised projects and it has been agreed by this year’s District Governors and District Community Officers to support this initiative. I will be meeting the Regional coordinators in Birmingham on 11 September.

Rotary`s role is to offer help if requested by the relevant local branch. We are not taking over all of the collecting, we are working together to assist where needed.

I am aware that some clubs have helped their local branches for years and this is excellent and the help is greatly appreciated. Long may it continue!

Royal British Legion branches will request help through their Community Fundraisers who are:.

Nottingham / Nottinghamshire: Bob Privett

Derby / Derbyshire: Christine Selden.

Requests for help will then be passed to PDG Val Leivers for Nottingham/ Nottinghamshire, AG Roger Summers for Derby / Derbyshire.

We have had meetings with both groups and have resolved the few issues that we encountered last year.

In most areas the collections will be from Saturday 27 October to Sunday 11 November.

This is an excellent community project and an opportunity to showcase Rotary. We can wear our Rotary tabards; T-shirts etc and speak to members of the public to show both organisations working together. Last year both organisations gained new members as a result of our liaison.

District Governor David Ashley fully supports this initiative.

Roger Summers and I will be contacting Rotary clubs when it is known where the help is needed. If in
the meantime if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me or Roger according to your
area.

PDG Val Leivers

 

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Classic Car Show

Classic Car Show

Record crowds flocked to a classic car and bike show, which was held to raise money for charity.

Local charities are set to benefit to the tune of over £10,000 after a Classic Car and Bike show attracted thousands of visitors to see over 600 cars and bikes exhibited by enthusiasts from all around the region.

The fund-raising event, organised jointly by the Rotary Clubs of Chesterfield, Chesterfield Scarsdale, Clay Cross and Matlock, was held in the idyllic setting of Ashover Showground last Sunday 29 July 2012.

Winner was Colin Payne from Mansfield Woodhouse with a mint condition 1963 bright red Triumph TR4 Hardtop Coupe, whilst the winning motorbike was a Triumph Daytona 500 exhibited by a Chesterfield enthusiast.

Main organiser was a delighted Chesterfield Rotary Club past president Stuart Bradley who said: “It was a fantastic day which brought together all those who like to exhibit their cars and bikes with all those who just love meandering around the wide variety of well-loved classic vehicles from every era.”

He added: “On behalf of Rotary a big thank you to everyone for the wonderful support in aid of our local Rotary charities, we intend holding the event again in 2013”

To ensure it was a fun day out for all the family there was also entertainment youngsters from Direction Theatre Arts, bar and refreshments, autojumble and a large craft fair.

For more details about next year go to the website www.ashoverclassics.co.uk or email info@ashoverclassics.co.uk

 

 

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