One week after three new members joined Amber Valley as joint Presidents Glyn Allsop and Howard Doran welcomed Graham Sisson. Glyn said, “It’s always great to welcome new members but four in two weeks is a real pleasure.”
Graham whose background is engineering at Rolls Royce lives in Belper. Known to a number of Rotarians through his amateur musical career, he is also a keen golfer at Horsley Lodge Golf Club. Graham said, “I look forward to helping with the many Rotary projects and getting to know members better.”
Rotary Amber Valley recently installed three new members.
Joint Presidents Glyn Allsop and Howard Doran welcomes Chris and Keith Blackman along with Vera Dilks.
Vera Is a well know local Ripley woman having been a teacher at Ripley Academy, and Inner Wheel Chair, whilst Chris and Keith have recently moved to Derbyshire from the South.
Each were presented with Rotary membership certificates by President Howard.
Ravenshead & Blidworth
Jan 29th 2020 we were fortunate to welcome two new members to our club; Kamal and Lorraine. President Elect Richard performed the simple ceremony and presented each with a new member welcome pack and badges.
Being Rotarians Kamal and Lorraine are able to attend Rotary meetings and meet Rotarians throughout the world.
Rotary Club of Ravenshead and Blidworth & Inner Wheel of Ravenshead
Once again we are holding our walk and lunch. There will be a choice of two attractive routes, one of just under three miles and one of five and a half. There will be an option of minibus transport back from the last check point. This will be followed by a lunch of soup (several choices), dessert and coffee.
The start is any time between 10.30 and 11.15am at Ravens Lodge, the Scout headquarters on Main Road, Ravenshead (B6020).
The price is only £7.50 (children under 12 half price). Everyone is welcome including children with an adult and well behaved dogs (although dogs are not allowed on the bus or in lunch venue).
Over £1,000 was raised in aid of D.A.R.E. ( Drug Abuse Resistance Education) by the Rotary Club of Ravenshead and Blidworth at a Pool Party organised at their home by Drs Raj and Qudsia Chandran.
Through the D.A.R.E programme, every year, over 7,000 Nottinghamshire school children are taught the competencies and skills they need to live safe, healthy and productive lives in a world where drugs are commonplace.
Pictured are Dr Raj Chandran who organised the event, Ravenshead and Blidworth President Mike Lee and Richard Goad of D.A.R.E.
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 email@example.com 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.