Started from Hambledon Lock, (who said Rotarians couldn’t walk on water?).
Lots of Red Kites on view.
Visited Remenham Church where the Verger happened to arrive & open the Church for us to have a look round. Dedicated to St Nicholas, which seems appropriate for Christmas.
Original Church goes back beyond Doomsday Book.
On the North wall is a memorial plaque to Lord Hunt who led the successful expedition climb Mount Everest in 1953 & lived for many years in the Parish.
Then back along the Thames Path, past Temple Island (with a stop for a drink & cake) to Hambledon.
A short drive to Phyllis Court where we an excellent Christmas Lunch.
Thanks to Bob & Jane for organising & to Freddie for the Ginger Cake.
MONTHLY RAMBLES 2017-18
Every month the Club organises a Ramble of 4-5 miles. 'Rambling' Colin Coombs reports.....details
ROYAL WINDSOR JAGUAR RALLY 7TH MAY 2017
Summary of the most successful fund-raising event in the recent history of the Clubdetails
ROYAL WINDSOR JAGUAR RALLY WINS AWARD
Royal Windsor Jaguar Festival voted best Classic Car event of 2017 by Classic Car Magazinedetails
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Have an idea about how Rotary can help? Why not come along to one of our meetings?details
85th Anniversary Dinner
Charity Dinner at Castle Hotel Windsor to celebrate the 85th Anniversary of the Charter of the Clubdetails
Interact Club Charter Presentation
The presentation of a New Charter to the New Junior Rotary Club ( Interact Club ) at Windsor Girls School ( WGS ) at Cumberland Lodge yesterday Monday 23rd June 2014details