Business Meeting

Thu, Sep 19th 2019 at 7:00 am - 9:00 am


Kieran receives his Community Fund cheque

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Before the meeting started a cheque presentation was made to Kieron Cooper, a Senior Patrol Leader Scout from Radcliffe for his trip in August 2020 to the Gdansk Jamboree.

The Secretary brought to our attention the Rotary Expo next 1 to 3 May (Free for Rotarians). He also requested that the Council Minutes be again be posted on the Club Web site.(AR to refer to Webmaster Mike M)

Anne delivered the accounts without question.

In David V’s absence Gordon outlined planned activities re VGT and Christmas Float

Stan mentioned the crocus planting in Radcliffe, planned for 17th October

Derek went through the duties for volunteers at the Memory Café

Chris H encouraged discussion on various issues raised in his report, in particular the importance of a successful 30th Charter celebration next May, supported by Stuart and John

Chris had identified 3 roles that need to be filled next year: Secretary; Charter Secretary and Attendance Secretary

Trevor covered the “Conflict of Interest Policy” and “Due Diligence policy” re Charity donations, both voted into the Clubs Constitution/points of Order.                                                                         AR


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This is a monthly meeting open to visitors from Bingham, Radcliffe, Cotgrave and all villages in surrounding area.


This committee are involved in planning now we can raise funds for our chosen charities


It's here that you can read what we've been up to in the last few months. For more information on our work in the local community, with our young people and internationally please access "what we do" section of this web site.


And then there were two....


We have now successfully run this event for 10 years. Full reports of each year are available under this main page


Chris Netherwood is the chair of this committee


Our International Committee is involved with Polio Plus - a Rotary initiative to eradicate Polio, World-wide; Sand dams; Aqua Boxes; Shelter Boxes; Collecting used spectacles, and many other projects


Here you can read about the many meetings we've had during our formation as a Rotary Club. The early years are a little short on detail...