Anita Avery from The Alzheimers Society as guest to receive cheques from Banstead and Banstead Inner Wheel
Nineteen Banstead members and partners enjoyed a fabulous week-end with our hosts form the Louviers Club. As usual, there was generous hospitality and a varied and interesting programme.
On the same evening as the Club presented Banstead Guides with a cheque for £600 to help with their new building, Suzanne Rouse was inducted as the Club's youngest member. Her sense of humour will be agreat asset to the Club as she gets to know the ropes!
Beverley Watson, a regular nurse helping with this event, joined the team yet again for another successful day. Dr Rafi served for the first time - our thanks to him for filling in.
Sixty enthusiasts gathered for another evening of fun under the tutilage of Christine Rothen and The Stove Pipe Band.
Two competitors from Round one go forward to try their skills with another 9 winners from around the area.
Although postponed due to bad weather, this joint event was a great success for all who participated.
President Bob Etchells presents Suzanne Rouse and Jane Welch with an engraved silver tray for the winning team in this year's Rotary Ramble. The team raised funds in aid of the Tuberous Sclerosis Association.
183 walkers enjoys a brilliant day on the Downs, walking to raise money for their favourite charities. Club Members organised and supervised the walkers at key points.
President Derek Aram hands the baton to Bob Etchells for the Rotary Year 2009-2010
A team of Banstead Rotarians helped out with this marvellous event once again. Approximately 110 local elderly residents were transported by minibus to Warlingham High School for a delicious meal and entertainment of the highest calibre!!
Pupils from The Beacon School competed in our local round of this competition. Special thanks to Paul Busittil and his team for all the hard work getting things organised for this very successful event.
£20 a ticket - bring along your family and friends for a fun evening!