16 December 2021

Having looked at a venue for our Club Christmas dinner we found that there were not many places available and they were all quite expensive so Jackie once again offered to host us all at her house.

Jackie, with some assistance from Davina, provided us all with an excellent Christmas dinner in a very festive setting. Wine (and crackers) were provided by our President but unfortunately he was unable to do his usual entertaining performance.

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17 July 2021

Finally an opportunity to meet again in person, again for a social evening at Jackies. A few members and their wives enjoyed a ploughman's supper with wine.

Past member Oswaldo Natale presented the clud with a plaque made by a friend of his.

We charged our usual meal rate and so made a small profit for the club of £140 to our charity account.

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17 August 2020

A social evening at Jackies to get together and enjoy a ploughman's supper with wine.

We charged our usual meal rate and so made a small profit for the club of £71.50

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01 August 2020

A first meeting together since March at a barbecue at Dick and Margaret Makin's. A pleasant evening in thier garden and a chance to catch up on how everyone is managing.

The afternoon raised £205 with over £150 towards the Santa visits to Festive Farm plus some towards the club charity account which has become rather depleted.

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18 May 2020

Now that we are no longer able to hold meetings together we have started using Zoom. This is the turnout for our business meeting on Monday 18th.

It is difficult to plan ahead without any events taking place or that we can organise for ourselves. It looks like our regular meeting location of the Bell Inn at Tillington will remain closed for so time yet.

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12 December 2019

A Christmas Concert with The Britten Singers at All Saints Church in Hereford

Our thanks to Bill Sewell and Cafe @ All Saints for providing the venue and rereshments free of charge. All money raised will go to local charities supported by the club. A final total of £200 was raised.

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9 December 2019

Our Christmas party at the Bell Inn at Tillington, our regular meeting place.

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17 November 2019

Back to Tesco's Belmont store for our annual collection of foodstuffs for local charities. Shoppers were very generous this year with well over 1000 items donated.

These have been sorted for disctibution to;

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19 August 2019

Our meeting this week was at Burghill Golf Club for a putting competition organised by Ernie. On a practice green with and interesting slope and a stiff breeze the competition was keen.

 

The competition was won by Chris Starnes with Geoff Perry taking the booby prize.

We finished the evening with a fish & chip supper

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22 July 2019

Our meeting this week was at the Herefordshire Golf Club, accompanied by partners. We had a generous buffet meal followed by a quiz devised by Brian Read.

 

At the end of the meeting the John Sweatman Attendance trophy was presented to Geoff Perry with an attendance of 43 meetings out of a possible 48.

Thanks to Ernie for arranging the evening.

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1 July 2019

A new Rotary Year started with our handover meeting. David Newton was welcomed as President.

Anne and Alan Hudson will be moving on to their new home in Shropshire on 4th July but will remain as club members. Immediate Past President John Barnes will now take on the role of club Secretary.

We are looking for a volunteer for the role of Senior Vice President.

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