The Connect issue features an editorial piece on the Japanese Pavilion and is now out - https://online.fliphtml5.com/ktlu/qjpz/#p=6.
It’s the magazines ‘special report’ for the month,
which runs over five pages and the front cover!
It’s a great write up
mentioning all the key messages that have been put out via the
various news releases including the Japanese heritage
of the building, Nigel Dorey’s connection to the restoration, the
community aspect, the accessibility features and all the sponsors
It also has a comment from Deputy Lindsey de Sausmarez as President of Environment and Infrastructure saying how they have tried to get funding to restore the Pavilion through the States in the past but it’s never been a priority, so she’s very grateful for the generosity and workmanship of the sponsors/supporters that are helping to make it a reality.
more Friday 21 October to Sunday 23 October 2022
more The Tree was presented by the President and Members of Inner Wheel to mark the Centenary.
more Reception at Government House launches Centenary Year.
more Paths reinstated to provide unrestricted access for all.
more The Pavilion was officially opened by the Bailiff of Guernsey on Friday 17 September 2021. It is now fully accessible to the public following the project led by Rotary with the support of many in the community.
more A thank you to the donors
back The Centenary Year of the Club is now with us and plans have been made for a year of commemoration, celebration and raising the awareness of Rotary within the community.