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26 August 2016 Listen to BBC's Jeremy Sallis to hear more about the plight of Syrian refugees out in the field and our member John Barrett explaining about how we are trying to help - click this link to listen to the broadcast The interview starts about 33 minutes in and lasts through to 58 minutes.
25 August 2016 A beautiful Aquitaine farmhouse with pool and room for up to 12. For one week early in June. Just one of the magnificent promises at our Auction of Promises on 26 September at St John's College.
14 August 2016 Messages of support received from Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Professor Stephen Hawking who says in his letter that he offers his very best wishes for a successful evening and offers congratulations for the work that we are doing to help Syrian refugees in Cambridge.
Fundraising for Syrian Refugees
In aid of Shelterbox who are sending tents and equipment to the camps and the Cambridge Refugee Resettlement Campaign
Donations and an Auction of Promises
organised by the Rotary Club of Cambridge at St John's College, Cambridge
26th September at 7:30pm
with Lord Jeffrey Archer as auctioneer and many well known guests
a generous buffet with wine will be provided
The superb promises include holidays in Brittany, SW France, Turkey and Norfolk, works of art, rowing with an Olympian, chauffeured tours by Bentley and Aston Martin limousines etc.
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Rotarian James Taylor on the right is thanked by our president, Peter Jones, after giving his "My job" talk to the Club recently. James is with the commercial team of Carter Jonas, the long established Cambridge estate agents.
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