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Classic Car event 2016 raised £19,000.

Our Classic Car event held in May this year was once again a huge success.  The event was greatly enjoyed by all and we look forward to next year.  Join us back on Prescott Hill in  13/14 May 2017





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12 Year old vehicle replaced

Cleeve Vale Rotary Club presented the Cheltenham Prestbury Memorial Trust with a new minibus in August 2014 to help taxi the less able and elderly.  The Trust Chairman Henry Whittal thanked the club for their generosity  

  PRESTBURY MEMORIAL TRUST.

This organisation has for a number of years provided a mini-bus service to the elderly and house bound people of Prestbury and its surrounds. This entails weekly shopping trips, visits to places of interest and luncheon outings. This gives those unfortunate elderly people a chance to communicate with other people and get out from their house bound lives for a short while.
This club gave a grant of �10,000 to the Trust to enable them to purchase a replacement vehicle for their old mini-bus which was proving difficult to maintain.We also supplied help to locate and purchase the vehicle, test drive it and ensure it fitted the needs of the Trust.
Residents who have used it say that it has been much more comfortable to use and has made a big difference to their days out.  


RAPHAEL CENTRE, GRAHAMSTOWN, SOUTH AFRICA

      

 
 
 


The club donated £250 to the Raphael Centre via the Emthonjeni Trust to allow children to have a Christmas party.


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A big thank you to the Club for supporting the work with kiln workers this year in Uttar Pradesh

Meeting Information...

We meet on Wednesdays at 7.15 for 7.45 pm (With effect from February 2014, we will be meeting fortnightly, i.e. on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays every month. If there is a 5th Wednesday in the month, this will be an opportunity for members to bring their spouses/partners.) Cheltenham Football Club
Whaddon Road, Cheltenham GL52 5NA tel: 01242 243488 (Rotary Secretary)

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