Rotarians, Partners and guests visited the Sydney Waring Demonstration Studio in Tilehurt. The group saw a dynamic duo of Master Bakers demonstrate traditional techniques of breadmaking. They had the opportunity to ask questions and also to have a go making a loaf of bread or a 'plait bread' covered in poppy seeds. A buffet of sandwiches, sausage rolls and assorted cakes was enjoyed by all. At the end of the visit recipe cards and products were available for all to take home. The visit was very informative and enjoyable and their produce can be purchased at their shops one of which is in Hartley Wintney.
For more details of Warings Baker see www.waringsbakery.co.uk/academy.htm
more Rotarians and their partners relaxing and enjoying themselves - even the croquet was played with grace and dignity and not too much foul play !
more at Oak Park Golf Club, Crondall
more President Yoon took part in the District Summer Golf Championship on Wednesday 6th September and was successful in winning the Lancet Cup
more Members of Fleet Rotary walk the streets in Farham
more FLEET ROTARY WIN DISTRICT TABLE TENNIS COMPETITION FOR THE 4TH YEAR IN A ROW
more Club members and guests visit the Houses of Parliament
more The 2016/17 Annual golf competition took place on Wednesday 3rd May at Southwood Golf Course
more Our President and colleagues went to conference 2016
more Our club raid to Easthamstead Rotary
more A party of 11 travelled from Fleet Rotary by Eurostar to enjoy the fellowship of our French sister club, Rotary Club of Roubaix Sud
more Denbies 30th Anniversary Ball with the band, Piano player, a three course Meal with Wine and the cost is only Â£30.00 per person should you fancy a night out
more A celebration dinner with our friends from the French Rotary Club of Roubaix Sud
more Four Fleet Rotarians visited the Rotary Club of Bexhill
more Two events organised to replace the normal Monday night.
more Monday evening event
back Fleet Rotary social events 24 Rotarians and their wives spent St Valentine's night at the Barley Mow Public House in Winchfield. A delightful evening enjoyed by all, with excellent food, company and a drink or two, all hosted by our very own Mark Cross.