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Stuart Graham speaking on his Motor Racing Career
Desk:- Rod Stokes VOT & Meeting Report:Keith Chesters Raffle:- Keith Warddetails
Club Meeting Speaker-Emma Vaughton From Visyon
Visyon is a charity helping young people with mental health issues Desk:-Geoff Parsons VOT:-Tony Hoy Raffle:- Robin Lathamdetails
Nantwich Rotary 85th Charter Night
Guest Speaker Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire David Briggs M.B.E., K.St.J.details
Cliff Dochterman - When did Rotary really start?:- http://vimeo.com/25486711
Join Rotary and make a world of difference to your own community, to the lives of those less fortunate around the world, to your fellow club members - like-minded men and women of all ages - and, just as important, to yourself! The projects Rotarians get involved in are incredibly fulfilling, worthwhile and rewarding - and there's plenty of fun.
Sunday Lunch for the Ex Residents from The Beechmere Care Home at Hope and Beams
What a good day on Sunday. Pictured the potato & carrot peelers and choppers +laying up, David Bushell, Tom Protheroe, Jane Whetnall all Crewe Rotary, June Poppleton Crewe Inner Wheel, Rod Stokes Nantwich Rotary, Ann Stokes Nantwich Inner wheel. We were the 9-0am to 10-15am team. Frank Baldwin Rotary Crewe came later on to do the meet and greet, June volunteered all day, Derek Poppleton Crewe Rotary was on car duty fetching ex residents from their new addresses.
To finish off Jean and John Pass Crewe Rotary did the washing up.
Simon Yates Crewe & Nantwich Rotary President & Dennis Straine-Francis Crewe President are regular volunteers.
If you have not volunteered thus far Jane Whetnall will continue these Sunday lunches until December so email Jerry Park email@example.com with your preferred session. if you can, peel & chop, meet & greet, serve meals, ferry people to Broad Street, wash up. All are welcome.
The Crewe and Nantwich 'Beechmere Cooks'
Members and Guests on a visit to The Wingate Centre
Nantwich Primary Academy Pupils Enjoy Wingate Centre
Rotary Club of Nantwich Youth Service Supports School Sleepover
Thirty children from Nantwich Primary Academy spent two days and a night at the Wingate Centre in Wrenbury. This was an opportunity many of the children, aged between six and eight would never have had - if not for the support of the Rotary Club of Nantwich. The Club, as part of its Youth Service Support to the community, through the Youth Committee, donated £1,000 towards the costs and arranged for the Cheshire Ice Cream Farm ice cream van to come on both days as an extra treat for the children.
Said Rotarian, John Crowe, who arranged the ice cream surprise, "I was in the hall when the children had just finished their lunch and the Cheshire Ice Cream van jingle started playing. I have never seen so many excited children jumping up and down waiting to get their free ice cream. This, and watching them toast marshmallows during their out door activities, made it all worthwhile. There is so much to do at the Wingate Centre and their facilities are first class.”
Julia McGhie SENCO and Nantwich Primary Academy teacher who arranged the visit said: "The generous contribution from the Rotary Club of Nantwich towards this wonderful trip meant that many children with Special Education Needs were able to go on this residential visit: A first most of them and memories made that will last for a very long time”
Shoe Boxes starting their journey.
Collected by the Rotary Club of Nantwich with help from the Inner Wheel Club of Nantwich and Wych Malbank Rotary Club.
These boxes are being taken to Preston and they will be shipped to families in need. The last 3 countries to have benefitted are Lithuania, Romania and the Ukraine.
Lend with Care
In the past four years The Rotary Club of Nantwich has supported 1,521 entrepreneurs, created 381 jobs and helped 5,200 family members in some of the poorest parts of the world. They have managed this through Lendwithcare, a revolutionary way to help some of the world’s poorest people work their way out of poverty with dignity.
“Lendwithcare allows organisations or individuals to lend as little as £15 to fund a small business, and once the money is repaid, investors can choose to recycle their loan to support another poor entrepreneur, or to withdraw the money. The Rotary Club of Nantwich and individual members have invested £2,900. This has been re-invested as entrepreneurs repay their loans and £6,665 has been invested in total over the past four years making 118 loans, 100% of which goes to the entrepreneur. The difference we can make to thousands of desperately poor people for a relatively small investment is amazing!”
“ This is an example of an entrepreneur group we’ve supported is in Zambia:
“Nyangu Sakala runs a very interesting business, grinding maize into flour and sunflower seeds into oil. With the help of her Lendwithcare loans Nyangu has managed to purchase four grinding mills – two for the flour and two for the oil. She keeps one of each in a garage next to her home where people visit either have their maize ground, or to purchase the maize flour or oil already processed. Nyangu now employs six people to help in her business and she and her husband also have a small shop where they sell the oil they press. She charges 15 kwacha (just over £1) to press 50kg of sunflower seeds and 13 kwacha (about £1) for 50kg of maize! Not only have the loans have been very useful in helping her business to grow, but with the profits she has been able to send her children to school and cover all of their household expenses. Nyangu has four children but she looks after a total of 9 people, including two orphans and her younger sister.”
The Rotary Club of Nantwich continues to raise funds to support good causes both very close to home, and in very remote corners of the world. New members to our club are always made most welcome.
Christmas Float Beneficiaries 2019
THE WINGATE CENTRE
AND Rotary Community Good Causes
The Rotary Club of Nantwich was chartered on 1934 and currently has 30 members, and 3
It is one of four clubs in the old Borough of Crewe and Nantwich. The others are RC Crewe (1932), RC Crewe and Nantwich Weaver (1985) and Wych-Malbank Nantwich Club (2018) .
The club is one of 79 in Rotary International District 1180, a district that covers the whole of North Wales, Merseyside and parts of Cheshire, Shropshire and Lancashire and embraces a variety of communities ranging from the pastoral peacefulness and tranquillity of rural areas to the hustle and bustle and vibrancy of the City of Liverpool. Indeed there are a total of four cities within the District, the others being Chester, Bangor, and the newly-designated St Asaph - each of which has at least one Rotary club presence. In addition there is also The Royal Town of Caernarfon.
The 'Nantwich' club is a 'lunch time' Club meeting on a Tuesday and with the 'Crewe and Nantwich Weaver Club' ,which meets on a Wednesday evening, Wych-Malbank meet as a Breakfast Club 3 weeks each month and as a Evening Club for the other week. These Clubs cover the southern extremity of the District.
Visiting Rotarians are most welcome as are ladies and gentlemen wishing to know more about the Rotary organisation or become members.
What We Do
* Meet for lunch every week and enjoy the Fellowship
* Arrange fund raising events .
* Collect about £10,000 each year for charities & good causes
* Encourage International understanding, by twinning & sponsoring exchanges
* Support Local Schools by running annual 'mock interviews'
* Invite speakers to attend our meetings to help spread understanding of their interests & projects
* Organise trips out to theatres, concerts, restaurants, foreign countries
* Recognise vocational service and support of the community
Meetings and events happening soon
Tuesday 9th June 13.30
A quiz organised by Tony Webb.
Tuesday 16th June 13.30
Club Assembly. AG Simon Yates will be with us.
Tuesday 23rd June 13.30
Keith Chesters gives a verbal tour of Nantwich as it was in VE year.
Tuesday 30th June 13.30
Handover and Paul Cotton will talk about the Rotary Foundation.
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