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Classics on Show 2016


4th Classics on Show on Stokesley Showfield on Sat 20 June 2015. Hundreds of cars, bikes, vans, trucks and tractors in one place for this fantastic Show. Free parking and just �5 admission No charge to exhibitors if pre-booked on www.classicsonshow.co.

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Stokesley Car Boot Sale, Showfield


Stokesley Rotary Club will host a mammoth Car Boot sale on Stokesley Showfield on Bank Holiday Monday 4 May 2015. Spaces may be booked by phone 07931 043652. This number may also be used to check timings and access details.

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2016 Northern Games for People with Disabilities


All are welcome to this, the 23rd annual Games for People with Disabilities. Rotary Clubs and other local organisations can nominate contestants to take part in up to 15 events during the day.We are pleased to welcome Rotarians and guests.

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RIBI Young Photographer Competition


The two winner's certificates, a cash prize and the District Young Photographer Trophy were presented to Thomas by Stokesley Rotary Club President Ralph Formstone at the School.

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Stokesley School Fishing Competition


Stokesley Rotary Club held its first School Fishing Competition, taking 22 young people to a local fishing lake to enjoy a day's coarse fishing. The group was accompanied by several experienced Rotarian anglers including John Schofield, the organiser.

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Stokesley Rotary Club


Welcome to Stokesley Rotary Club

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About us

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Stokesley

North East England (District 1030)

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 Stokesley is a friendly and lively Rotary Club which welcomes visitors at its Tuesday evening meetings. On the right of this page is a list of our next few meetings. Give us a call and we will make sure you are welcomed at the door.

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Shelter Box 2017

Peter Tracey, RC of Newcastle Upon Tyne is the co-ordinator for Shelter Box and/or to lead a presentation about this Rotary supported Charity. contact by email: pm.tracey@btinternet.com or call on 0776892317

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                           Current President Elizabeth Walmsley

On 4th July 2017,  Elizabeth Walmsley took over the Club Presidency from Judy Kitching.   The 'Handover' was conducted by Immediate Past President Ken Braithwaite deputising for Judy who is currently on leave. Our thoughts and prayers are with her. 

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Our sixth annual Classics on Show was held on Sat 17 June 2017.






At last, a beautiful bright sunny day for our big day.   The weather for our Classics on Show not only brought in the spectators but also the Classic Cars from far and wide.   The sale of ice creams and NAAFI Cafe teas set records for the event and we had a record for gate receipts.

All of this combined meant that our volunteers were working flat out.

Well done to all who gave of their time and energy.   We would have been hard pressed to manage this event without the help of our partners and friends, not to forget the Army Cadets and Young Farmers.

Many favourable comments were heard regarding the whole event. 

It seems that Car Clubs and owners were happy, vendors and spectators were happy. Town traders were also happy with the increased footfall generated. Nevertheless, we are still looking for improvements. If you have any suggestions please contact Chris Mayes. He will be conducting a review of the whole event, not just the day itself, but the work before and after including advertising, posters, road signs, field layout, manpower, clean up, etc.

You may have your own particular story from the show, if so then put pen to paper and send it to your Editor at Rotary Club of Stokesley Magazine.

Our Classics on Show for 2018 will be held on Saturday 16th June.

Opening of Community Care Garden

After a successful and informative AGM of the Community Care Association, Ken Braithwaite sprung the surprise of the evening, by presenting a Paul Harris Fellowship to Phil Henderson ably assisted by SVP Elizabeth Walmsley.   We had even managed to arrange for Phil's wife and daughters to make an appearance at the crucial moment.   Phil was "gobsmacked, humbled and very proud all at the same time".   Drinks and a light buffetwith a walk around the Roof Garden concluded a very special evening.

David Hill, SVP Elizabeth Walmsley, Bob Blakey and Ken Braithwaite Rotary Club of Stokesley.

Attendees at the official opening

 

Ken Braithwaite and Phil Henderson 

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Annual Club BBQ at the home of John and Joan Arthur

On Saturday 8th July 2017 we were blessed with wonderful weather for our annual BBQ at the home of John and Joan Arthur where as usual the hospitality was second to none.

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Children from Chernobyl

On Friday 28 July 2017 members of the Rotary Club of Stokesley along with John and Margaret Cundall (area organisers) took the children to a Bowling Alley at Clifton Moor, York before going on to the nearby Adventureland of Creepy Crawlies.   It is fair to say that both children and helpers had a wonderful day.   




Watch this space for more details of this and other Stokesley Rotary special events.

The Rotary Club of Stokesley received its Charter in 1980

Following our very first meeting of 6 interested contacts in the first week in January 1980, the fledgling group steadily grew under the tutorship of PDG Gordon Wilson and Rotarian Leslie Martin (RC of Guisborough and Great Ayton.)

Both the inaugural meeting and charter meeting were very well attended by clubs in District 1030, and in September 1980 the Rotary Club of Stokesley and District stood on its own feet with 32 new Rotarians, with an average age in the mid-40's.

Very quickly, the new club established itself in the community of Stokesley and nearby villages, with an annual Easter bookshop in the High Street, which is now a regular event for all would be 'book-worms'.

Contact was soon made with the local secondary school, and in addition to Rotarians' 'job talks' at the school, a mock 'job interviews' schedule was agreed with the Careers and Guidance department at the school. This schedule has continued uninterrupted ever since, proving to be beneficial to the students and very rewarding to those Rotarians able to take part.

Still want to know more? Please contact us ..

If you would like to know more about the Rotary Club of Stokesley or Rotary in general then please contact our Club secretary Les Wood on 01642- 723194.

Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Tuesday 22nd August 19.00

Visit by District Governor Len Burns


District Governor

Tuesday 29th August 19.00

Guest Night and Speaker


Guest Night and Speaker

Friday 1st September 08.55

Rotary Coffee Morning


Coffee Morning

Tuesday 5th September 18.00

Council Meeting followed by Fellowship


Council/Fellowship

Tuesday 12th September 19.00

Speaker TBC


Speaker

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at 18:45 for 19:00
((5th TUESDAY in the month contact Secretary))
Blacksmiths Arms, Black Horse Lane, Swainby, Northallerton, DL6 3EW  01642 723194 (Club Secretary)

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