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Golden Day Out


Our annual trip for local residents took in a river trip from Walton to Staines and back. Chugging gently along the river past narrow boats, barges and swans, we enjoyed a nice cup of tea and a good chat.

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President's Night


Black Tie or Lounge Suits At the Antoinette Hotel Kingston, Beaufort Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2TQ

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RIBI Conference 2017


The Annual Conference of Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland

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Easter Chicks sold to raise funds for Nepal


The ladies of the Knitting Bee knitted 50 chicks and raised £112 for the Club's project to equip 10 schools in Nepal

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TuT Rotary Bridge Tournament for Princess Alice Hospice


Breaking News!!! The Bridge Tournament has moved this year and is being hosted by Twickenham RFU at the England Rugby Stadium

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Technology Tournament run by Rotary Club of Twickenham


2017 Technology Tournament at Richmond Park Academy

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Club Visit to Kew Gardens


Justine Parker who spoke about the Discovery tour had invited members to visit the Gardens

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Young Chef competition


The 2016 competition was held on 8 November with seven pupils from Waldegrave School and four from Twickenham Academy

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Stroke Awareness Day at Squires Garden Centre


Every year, members of Rotary and qualified medical practitioners are at Squires Garden Centre for the Annual Stroke Awareness Day. Do venture along and have your blood pressure checked.

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Dave McIntivey - Amusing anecdotes from a funny firefighter


Amusing Stories from a fireman's life

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Ronald Porter - Three short talks


Our speaker Ronald Porter spoke about three controversial figures from the latter half of the 20th century: Lord Boothby, Princess Margaret and Barbara Hutton.

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Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew - Accessibility


Justine Parker spoke about developments in access to the Gardens for visitors with special needs.

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Welcome to our most recent joiner - Peter Canning


Peter Canning was inducted into the Club at our meeting on 31st January. Peter spent 19 years in the Middle East as a Senior Mechanical Engineer and 10 years on North Sea Oil rigs.

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Richmond Furniture Scheme


We have supported Richmond Furniture Scheme several times over the years with various projects

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Gerry Anderson NFL


Our speaker Gerry Anderson spoke to us about the National Football League

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Fellowship evening 2016 at David Kilvington


Originally known as the Frugal meal, this is an annual event taking place at a member's home.

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Grand Horse Race Evening with Twickenham Rotary Club April 2016


A race night with a difference! in conjunction with Rotary Club of Twickenham. All funds to go to our Nepal recovery fund. Venue: URC church hall, Twickenham Green

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Christmas collections 2016


Father Christmas and his helpers dispensed good cheer (and chocolates for children) around the streets of Twickenham and Whitton again during December. Local residents were generous in their contributions to local charities.

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Rotary Young Chef competition


Seven students from Waldegrave School and four from Twickenham Academy took part with great enthusiasm in the tenth local round of the Rotary Young Chef competition, kindly hosted, once again, by Waldegrave School, on Tuesday, 8th November 2016.

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The Golden Oldies trip 2016


This year's trip was taking our clients on the Watercress Line

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Annual Garden Visit 2016 to West Dean Gardens, West Sussex


The highlight of every TuT Rotary year is the garden trip. This year it was to West Dean near Chichester in West Sussex

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Club International Visit 2016 to Bilbao


Our annual visit to a European city of interest

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Visit to Geffrye Museum - April 2016


TuT Rotary members visited the Geffrye Museum in Hoxton

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Richmond Park, past and present - June 2016


Max Lankester of Friends of Richmond Park presented a review of the park's history

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Visit to Henley River and Rowing Museum May 2016


A tour had been arranged by Gordon Peel for Club Members and guests to visit this wonderful River and Rowing Museum. There were three galleries dedicated to the River Thames, Rowing in general and rowing at the Henley Regatta.

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Rachele Howes and String Quartet - March 2016


Rachele Howes and her friends playing Mozart

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111th birthday of Rotary Celebration by Twickenham RC - February 2016


Twickenham Rotary Club held a Celebration at Fulwell Golf Club

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Joseph Kershaw - February 2016


Joseph was speaking to us about the 23rd World Scout Jamboree in Japan

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Jazz Evening at Kew Gardens RC - February 2016


Kew Rotary Club held a Jazz evening at the Maids of Honour restaurant opposite Kew Gardens

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Rachel Tranter


Rachel Tranter told us about The Richmond Borough"™s Artwork, which she holds at Orleans Gallery

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International Evening - New Zealand - January 2016


Our International Evening on 18 January 2016 had a New Zealand theme.

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Mock interviews at St Catherine's School - November 2015


11 November 2015. An eleven-strong team from the club interviewed 20 sixth form students who were all applying for places at university

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Rotary Young Chef competition "“ Local round Nov 2015


12 students, 8 from Waldegrave School and 4 from Twickenham Academy showed their skills by each preparing a 2-course meal in the competition at Waldegrave School on 10 November 2015.

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International visit to Munich - May 2015


This year's destination was Munich and 32 club members, families and friends enjoyed a long weekend in this beautiful city

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Walking the Dome for End Polio Now campaign - February 2015


David Squires, Paul Kershaw and Margaret Gilroy-Smith walked over the roof of the Millennium Dome to celebrate 110 years of Rotary and to support the End Polio Now campaign and raised over �1,000 by sponsorship

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Chess tuition January 2013


Club members were invited to Heathfields Junior School to teach aspiring young chess players.

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Chess at Heathfield Junior School


Rotary Club members help with teaching and encouraging enthusiastic pupils in their regular Chess sessions, which have become very popular.

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Binod in Nepal June/July 2015


At end of June Rtn Binod Amatya flew to Kathmandu.

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Christmas collections 2012


Our street collections were very successful this year thanks to the great generosity of local residents who donated over 7,000 pounds for Rorary charities.

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Father Christmas visits our local streets


Between the 12th and the 21st December club members went out on most evenings or manned static sites at Sainsbury�s St Clair and Whitton High Street during the day to ask help in funding the work that we do in the community.

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A Guided Walk around Old Isleworth


On Saturday 18 July 2015, a lovely Summer day, a party of 26 members, partners and friends enjoyed an excellent guided tour through Old Isleworth, led by Christine Diwell, of Hounslow Heritage Walks.

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Annual Garden Visit 2015 to Nymans Gardens


On 7 July 2015 a large group of members and friends were guided around the gardens by our resident expert Rtn Charlie Erskine

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Local artist raffles for Nepal


Lee Campbell, who has a studio on EelPie island gave us one of her paintings for a raffle prize to enable us to raise money for our Nepal project.

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Our Father Christmas in South Africa


Rotarian Robert Pritt was Father Christmas to the boys and girls in Iris House, a home for children with life-limiting conditions in Capetown

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World's Greatest Meal - Skittles evening


This event raised funds for the End Polio Now campaign. The meal was limited to sandwiches during a break in the skittles competition. £600 was raised, which is is expect to be increased to £1800 through the generosity of the Bill Gates Foundation.

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Annual International trip 2014 to Madrid


From 15 to 18 May 2014 a group of 35 club members, family and friends sent a very enjoyable time sightseeing and relaxing in the fascinating Spanish capital

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Rotary KidsOut National Day Out


Every June, Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland together with KidsOut take over 25,000 disadvantaged children on a fun day out. In 2016 over 29000 children participated and the number could still increase. The children visit

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The TuT cyclists in typical fashion!


There are now two cycling groups within the Club, both meeting on a Wednesday morning for a tour and chat

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International evening 2014 - Russia


The theme for the international evening this year was Russia. 70 members and friends gathered in St Mary's Church Hall in Teddington for a three course Russian meal.This was followed by a performance by a Russian band.

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A wig for all seasons


On 17 September 2013 Linda Cooley from Shepperton Wig Co. not only told us things we didn't know about wigs but also fitted members with those she thought most appropriate.

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Rotary Young Chef competition 22 October 2013


Twelve aspiring young chefs competed in the facilities provided by Waldegrave School for Girls and produced mouth-watering results. The winner will progress to the next, Rotary District 1140, round.

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Bonzai - smaller and better


On 4 July our own David Kilvington gave an enthusiastic and inspiring talk about his passion for the collecting and cultivation of bonzai trees. He demonstrated several different specimens from his collection and shared some of the secrets of care needed.

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Visit to Chiswick House 11 July 2013


On 11 July 2013 club members and friends visited Chiswick House and Gardens. Ken Smith described the architecture of the House and Mike Wilkinson and Charlie Erskine showed us around the gardens.

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Presentation to Mary's Meals


Fiona Lynch from the Charity Mary's Meals is presented with 20 filled school backpacks and a cheque for £140 when she visited us at the completion of our efforts for the charity last year.

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Rotary Foundation fellowship evening 24 July 2012


The theme this year was Nepalese and Binod Amatya and his family provided a splended Nepalese spread which enabled us to raise a substantial proportion of our target for giving this year to the Rotary Foundation, Rotary's international charity fund.

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Strawberry Hill Music and Fun Day 22 July 2012


Club members manned a stall selling cool and refreshing drinks at this extremely well-attended event held in the grounds of Strawberry Hill House on 3 June 2012

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HANDS Fair – Twickenham Green 2012


A real Diamond Jubilee atmosphere or this Bank Holiday charity fair on 4 June. Our plant stall was as successful as ever and raised over £2000 for our Rotary charities

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Annual International Visit 2012 - Budapest


Our internatonal trip this year was to the beatiful city of Budapest. 47 club members and friends enjoyed splended weather,accommodation and sightseeing.

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Madogo School experiences Kew Gardens and Museum of London


Two teacher and two pupils from Madogo School in Kenya are on an exchange visit to Waldegrave School in Twickenham.

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2012.05 Visit to Hillier Garden, Romsey in May 2012


On 3 May club members and friends were treated to a guided tour of the Hillier Garden by our own expert Charlie Erskine. Before the tour the head gardener gave us an historical overview.

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International Evening – St Mary’s Church Hall Teddington


Hungary was the theme this year for the International evening on 17th January when we were pleased to welcome visitors and guests from the Rotary clubs of Feltham and Richmond. The Hungarian meal was followed by dancing from the Hungarian troupe Hunique

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Christmas street visits and collections


Father Chrismas in his sleigh, accompanied by his busy helpers, travelled the local streets exuding good cheer and chocolates and gratefully receiving donations. Around �6,500 was raised for the charities we will be supporting during 2012.

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Community Award to Anne Wallace


On 29 November Anne Wallace updated the club on the work of the the Crossway Pregnancy Crisis Centre. It is a free and confidential service, formed to help women facing an unplanned pregnancy, or dealing with an abortion or miscarriage.

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Clarendon School Bicycle Project


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The new team 2011 to 2012


Preident Bill Stevenson (right) and Charles Baroudi (left) bcome the new team

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President's Evening 2011


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Rotary Shoebox Scheme - Trafalgar School gets involved


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St Margarets Fair July 2011


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Club visit to The Hague May 2011


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Club visit to Emmetts Garden


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Purple crocuses in bloom


The 7500 crocus bulbs planted in local primary schools last October are in bloom now in the Spring - reminding pupils of the Polio Plus campaign and the purple fingers of immunised children

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Rotary Young Photographer competition


St Mary's School young photographers show their work and their certificates

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International evening 25 January 2011


This year's event was a Nepalese evening hosted by Rotarian Binod Amatya and his family.

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New members 2010/2011


In december we welcomed Grace Gibbs as a new member and she was joined by Margaret Gilroy-Smith who joined in January 2011

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Crocus bulb planting October/November 2010


During October and November clubmembers distributed 7,500 purple crocus bulbs to be planted by 11 primary schools as part of the Thanks-4-Life Rotary Polio plus campaign

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Christmas collections December 2010


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We helped to buy a boat! October 2010


On 31 October 2010, the President Kike Wilkinson and several club members went to see in action the boat we had helped the Twickenham Sea Scouts Corps to purchase

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Benches for Teddington Memorial Hospital gardens 4 August 2010


Rotary club members donated four durable hard-wood benches to the hospital on on 4 August 2010.

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Brian becomes Paul Harris Fellow - 3 August 2010


At the annual Fellowship meal to raise funds for Rotary Foundation the club made Brian Burgess a Paul Harris Fellow and David Kilvington presented him with the award

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New members 2010


We welcomed Michelle Heloin and Binod Amatya into club membership in 2010

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Presidential handover July 2010


Immediate Past President David Kilvington hands over to the new team of Mike Wilkinson and Bill Stevenson

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May Fair plant sale 31 May 2010


At the HANDS charity fair on Twickenham Green on Bank Holiday Monday the club raised over £2500 by selling a wide variety of plants.

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Club visit to Milan April 2010


Our international trip this year was to the busy but intruiging city of Milan, rich in culture and modern business.

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Major charity support June 2010


In June 2010 some of our club members participated in large national fund raising events for the British Heart Fondation and Kidney Research raising over £2,000 for the two charities.

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RIBI Conference April 2010


Club memmbers Paul Kershaw, Gordon Peel,Les Rushbury and Mark Scudamore attended the excellent RIBI Conference in June 2010. Seen here with Janice Kershaw and Ann Scudamore. Yvonne Peel took the picture and then went surfing (see other picture)

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St Paul's cathedral February 2010


On 25 February 2010 a group of club members and friends were treated to a comprehensive guided tour of St Paul's Cathedral

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Shelter Boxes for Haiti. February 2010


Around £5,000 raised by St Mary's Primary School, Waldegrave School and Club members

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Thanks for Life publicity campaign. February 2010


Shop fronts in Twickenham were borrowed to show what Rotary does and raise the profile of Polio Plus

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Olympic Park visit 30 January 2010


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International Evening 26 January 2010


The International Evening this year was an 'Italian job' at the Dolce Vita Restaurant in teddington.

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Father Christmas street collections December 2009


This year's Christmas collections for Rotary charities raised over £5,800 and the club is really grateful to all those who contributed.

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Christmas Party


Members and friends enjoyed a pantomime-theme Christmas pary at Strawberry Hill Golf Club on 15 Deceber 2009.

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President David meeting champions of development in Africa.


1 December 2009

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What was it like in the war? - Orleans Park School pupils find out


On 10 November 2009 pupils from Orleans Park School in Twickenham heard from members of the Rotary Club of Twickenham upon Thames first and second hand experiences of life during the second World War

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Rotary Young Chef competition - first round


On 6 October the club sponsored the competion for pupils from Waldegrave School and Orleans Park School.

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Visit to Cherkley Court


A club visit to Cherkley Court on 13 August 2009, when members and guests were expertly guided around the gardens by our resident botanical expert Charlie Erskine

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Induction of new member Jules Ainslie


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Presidential hand-over


Out-going President welcomes in-coming President David Kilvington and President-elect Mike Wilkinson

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President's At Home day


Club members and partners joined President Mark and his family for a garden party at the end of his presidency

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Dictionaries for Year 5 pupils


In late June and early July the club presented over 150 illustrated dictionaries to year 5 pupils in St Mary's, Archdeacon Cambridge and St Stephens schools in Twickenham

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Home Link's new kitchen


During the 2008-2009 Rotary year the club presented Home Link respite care centre with £2000 to purchase a new commericial grade cooker for their kitchen at their centre next to St Augustine's Church.

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HANDS Fair Twickenham Green 25 May 2009


Almost all club members were involved in growing,nuturing and selling plants at the charity fair on Bank Holiday Monday. The book and record stall was also successful this year.

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Mock interviews project March 2009


In early 2009 the club organised a series of mck interviews with Year 11 pupils at Waldegrave School

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Club visit to Lyon May 2009


A long week end for club members and friends in the third largest city in France

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World Blind Sailing Championships May 2009


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"Golden Oldies" outing 14 September 2008


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President's Night 28 June 2008


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London guided walk June 2008


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Coverwood picnic and concert June 2008


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Wakehust Place June 2008


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Paul Harris fellows 30 May 2008


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October 2008 WelCare gets panto tickets


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HANDS Fair Twickenham Green 29 May 2008


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Berlin visit May 2008


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British Library and St Pancras 20 February 2008


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Collecting for Marie Curie Feb/March 2008


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The Furniture Scheme March 2008


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Sunrise Malawi January 2008


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Deputy Mayor's visit February 2008


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Rotary Young Chef competition October 2007


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The Great River Race September 2007


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Golden Oldies outing September 2007


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Brooklands Transport Museum September 2007


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Homelink donation July 2007


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Presidential handover July 2007


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London Bridges walk June 2007


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Club visit to Rome May 2007


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Otakar Kraus Foundation May 2007


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Greetings from RC of Kumasi February 2007


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International evening January 2007


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District Conference Oct 2006


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A Royal Day Out September 2006


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Visit to Prague October 2006


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Golden Oldies outing 24 September 2006


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St Margaret's Fair 2006


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Old Roman Wall of London July 2006


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Presidential handover 2006/2007


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Outgoing President Brian July 2006


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Visit to Royal Military Academy May 2006


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HANDS Fair May 2006


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Club visit to Lisbon April 2006


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Shelter boxes


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Rotary centenary plaque May 2005


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Nelson & Napoleon exhibition October 2005


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