Club members joined Carol and Brian in Majorca, for the annual weekend away.
Once again, was held at Chancellors. An excellent day, well supported by the Club, and enjoyed by everyone. Click the title above (in blue) to see pictures from the day.
We are delight to welcome Helen into membership of the Club
The Club have once again supported the Princes Trust, as they produce artwork for the Stockport Music Academy
Committee meetings after the meal, followed by induction of new member Narendra Gulhati.
Scott Reid, will be talking about local wildlife.
Primary Youth Speaks competition, held at Didsbury Road Primary School.
Our annual fund raising Swimathon.
The speaker this evening was Val Cottam MBE, who was a volunteer at both the Commonwealth Games in Manchester, and at the 2012 Olympics.
This evening we had a visit form the Mayor of Stockport, Councillor Wendy Meikle.
Committee chairs report back to the Club. There will be a Burns Night theme this evening.
We had a great day for the walk. Dry and not cold. 24 of us walked from Lyme Breeze to Bollington, where we spent an hour at the Vale Inn. Then a walk back to Lyme Breeze was followed by a lovely meal.
The Ukulele band played during the Christmas lunch at Beechwood.
At Hyde Bank Farm, Romiley.
The Club members' Christmas meal, at Heaton Moor Golf Club.
The ukulele band played for the ABC Family Group. Click the blue title words for pictures.
We are delighted to welcome Joan Ebbrell to membership of the Club
Speaker this evening is the best selling crime writer Val McDermid, best known for the Tony Hill series, that was adapted for TV with the title "Wire in the Blood". Partners are invited to tonight's meeting.
Tonight ten Club members each spoke for three minutes. Click 'read more' for pictures.
Golf Day for Heaton Moor Golf Club junior section.
This was the first meeting after Robbie's 80th birthday, which was celebrated with a tartan theme.
Our own Nan Ironside was the speaker tonight. Her topic was "It always happens to me". Partners were invited, and everyone enjoyed a thoroughly entertaining evening.
Dr Leslie Dawson was awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship, in recognition of the work he has done over the years as a local GP, church member and U3A member.
The new committee chairs will outline their plans for the coming year.
Garden party to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, at David and Ros Scott's house. Such a brilliant afternoon, despite the weather.
Visit some of the best house gardens in the area. Further details at www.heatonsopengardens.net
A suprise social event for Clyde and Rhona, as a token of the Club's appreciation of the work they did last year during Clyde's presidency.
Kevin Dranfield, talked about Stockport's town centre's Blue Plaques walk.
Ann Sawer, from the Red Cross, talked to us about how to save a life with CPR. Also at this meeting, Nan Ironside was presented with the Lamplighter for her recent hard work with the schools.
The Club was at the Heatons Festival. As well as some stewarding and marshalling, our fire prevention advisers were out in force, spreading the word about smoke alarms.
An evening with those that helped with the open gardens event. Also there will be young people from the Princes Trust. Partners are invited to this meeting. Please let David know.
This will be a lunchtime event, at Chancellors, Moseley Road, Manchester. Drinks in the gardens from 12:30pm, then lunch at 2:00pm. President Clyde will speak after lunch, then it's back out to the gardens for more drinks and socialising.
This meeting will be at The Crown, Didsbury Road, and NOT at the Golf Club. Boules on the bowling green, followed by a meal at the Crown. Bob to finish the evening off with his guitar.
The band played at the opening of the Artwork display at Heaton Chapel Station.
Recently the Youth Committee have been working closely with the young people of the Prince's Trust.
Ian Roebuck is inducted into membership of the Club.
Jeff Tuck, talking about the RAF raid on Peenemunde. Carol presented a banner from the incoming RI President.
Martin Francis talked to us about the Colditz Glider, and brought along his quarter scale model to show us.
Carol Cross has been a regular visitor to Khensani School, in South Africa. The school recently produced a CD of the children singing, which can be seen on YouTube. Many thanks to Doug Cooper, in Cyprus, for production of the music and photo presentation.
Marjorie Leach joins the Club.
Gentle stroll from marple Bridge to the Roman Lakes and back, followed by lunch at the Midland.
The whole Club was invited to celebrate Sue's 50th birthday.
Held at Norris Bank school, 4pm start.
Charity Curry Night at Spice Tower, Marple Road.
Tonight various people that have contributed to our Christmas Float collection will be entertained. The meal will be a buffet. Partners are also invited to this meeting.
Ann Metcalf and Don Roach will talk about the 'Folkore of Cheshire'.
for Club members and their partners. At the Kro Bar, Shaw Road, Heaton Moor
at the Crown, Heaton Mersey.
Janet Lowe, Head of Greenbank School in Cheadle Hulme talking about her work with a school for disabled children in Kenya. Partners invited to this meeting.
Held at Stockport Grammar School. More details to follow.
Heaton Mersey Park (off Richmond Road/Vale Close)
There is no meeting at the golf club this week.
Bredbury Hall. 7:00 for 7:30. Dress code - DJs
The Presidents weekend or in his case week away in Dubrovnik
Further details from Richard or Robbie.
A party of 20 Rotarians & friends had a guided tour of the Northern Quarter of Manchester.
Start from Disley station car park at 10am. Lunch at Red Lion, High Lane.
At Peel Moat College, Heaton Moor. Entertainment by the Lamplighter Thespians.
Ken celebrates his 65th birthday by raising a glass or two with friends in Portugal.
Satish Mehta and Kate Smith talking about their recent work in Uganda. Partners are invited to this meeting.
On the 5th Wednesday in September some 20 members & wives joined in a guided walk around Stockport town center. Ending with a yummy hotpot supper with apple pie & custard provided by The Royal Oak.
The Rotary Clubs of Stockport's 1st Charity Walk. Depending on your monitor settings, you may need to scroll down to see all of this page.
At the Hunting Lodge, Adlington Hall
5th Wednesday Social Event
Past member Chris Monkhouse - My Life as a Professional Gunman.
The hand-over meeting that sees the start of Tasneem's year as President of the Club.
The Club celebrates its 25th birthday.
Annual weekend away, this year to Belfast. Many thanks to Gordon for the photographs.
Paul Harris Presentation to Janet Mehta
The Club celebrated the 80th birthday of Jim Garfitt, our most senior member.