July 2021 Handover BBQ and 55th Annual Charter Celebrations

Mon, Jul 19th 2021 at 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

An Outdoor Event - Informal Get-together - details to follow. Partners and Friends Welcome. Parking nearby roadside. Harlton.

Thank You for your Bookings.

Our very first face to face full Club event since a year ago - come and join in the fun !!

Handover Party 2021 - with presentations.

We were really lucky to have a beautiful evening of summer sunshine with a light breeze - perfect.

Johns huge BBQ was just right for the volume of meats and fish we had.

Joint Presidents Amber and Sian presented the Club Cup to hard working fundraiser Colin Brown and the Club Plate to John Helmsing for his Speaker finding skills and enthusiastic club support over the last year.

We also celebrated Alan Edwards 25 years in Rotary.

The Presidential chain was passed to Sian for the year ahead and the President Elect chain to David Ellis.

We were Outdoors with Gazebos, Tents, tables & Chairs. in Johns lovely back garden.

Entrance through the carport.

Bring Your Own  - cutlery, crockery, meat/fish etc for the BBQ.

John supplied wine, glasses and fruit for dessert.

Salads and breads available

Cost £10 each.

Kitchen toilet available.

Parking in surrounding streets and local grassy areas.

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