News from M&P 2012/13
President Chris Wigley looks forward to the privilege of serving the Club in his year of office by continuing with Rotary "Service Above Self"
July is the time for the baton of the Rotary relay to be passed to the new President of The Rotary Club of Midhurst & Petworth.
At a recent meeting of the Club retiring President Paul Ryan passed the chain of office to the incoming President Rotarian Chris Wigley.
Reflecting on his year in office Immediate Past President Paul spoke of a very successful year of Service and fundraising by the Club and thanked everyone for their support and hardword. During the year 20,000 had been raised for local good causes and Rotary Charities.
On behalf of the Club members President Chris thanked Paul for what was achieved in his year. President Chris outlined his priorities for the year and looked forward to the privilege of serving the Club in his year of office continuing with Rotary "Service Above Self".
Outgoing President Chris Wigley thanks Janet Poat, the past President of Inner Wheel, for her assistance during their presidencies.details
Rotarian Geoff Payne becomes Paul Harris Fellow
Rotarian Geoff Payne becomes Paul Harris Fellowdetails
Rotarian John Woodward becomes Paul Harris Fellow
John Woodward receives Paul Harris Fellowshipdetails
2013 Skittle Winners
Rotarians from Midhurst & Petworth Club win the annual district skittles competitiondetails
2013 Young Chef District Final
Jasmin Cain (2nd L)from Midhurst Rother College now prepares for the Regional finaldetails
2013 Presentation to Alzheimer's Society
Club President Chris Wigley hands over cheque for Alzheimer's Societydetails
2012 President Chris Wigley's Reception at Cowdray Park Ruins
President Chris Wigley hosts a reception at Cowdray Park Ruinsdetails
News from M&P 2013/14
President Paul Mellings is handed his regalia by outgoing president Chris Wigleydetails
2012 Rotarians help with Petworth Fete
Midhurst & Petworth Rotarians help out at Petworth Fete in the Parkdetails