Centennial Dinner

Sat, Jul 6th 2024 at 7:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Celebrating 100 years of District 1090 in the Thames Valley at Sindlesham Court, Wokingham RG41 5EA

Rotary in the Thames Valley is 100 years old. We invite our members to come and celebrate with District Govenor Kate and Clubs from all over District 1090.

A fabulous evening of Music, Dancing and Fun. Including a Casino and other entertainment not to mention a superb three course dinner.

The emphasis will be on FUN with the minimum of formality. Black tie and smart frocks preferred but lounge suits are acceptable.

You can book individually or as a club by using this link:
You must be logged into the District website (Members: RH corner above) to access this booking form which is the top page under the Members-Only Pages (Centennial Dinner 6th July 2024, 7pm) 

Book Centennial Dinner

Venue: Sindlesham Court, Mole Rd, Sindlesham, Wokingham RG41 5EA 7pm for 7.30, Saturday 6th July 2024, Early Bird booking (until 6th May) £42.50 each.

We hope to see you there.

Your in Rotary ,

Philip Fletcher
Conference Chair
Rotary in the Thames Valley.

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