Note: The club website www.alresfordrotary.co.uk has a "Calendar" tab which shows all our meetings. Any changes to the meeting venue, timings or content will be shown here. Contact the Secretary, details on the "About Us" tab to arrange a visit.
Note: On the 1st, 3rd and 5th Mondays each month Public Holidays - No meeting
Note: No meeting on a Bank Holidays, and we are currently meeting on Mondays on Zoom.
Note: During the Covid 19 epidemic the club now holds Zoom meetings.
Note: On 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, evening meetings are held 6.30 - 7.30pm. On 2nd and 4th Mondays, meetings are held at lunchtime (excluding Bank Holidays) 1.00 - 2.15pm. On the 5th week of the month, you need to check with our Secretary.
Note: Please arrive by 7.30 at the latest so as to order your meal
Note: Lunchtimes and Evenings
Note: We don't meet bank holidays and non committee or Business meetings may be replaced with an outing or dinner meeting.
Note: No meetings on Bank Holidays 5th Mondays, contact Secretary on 02392 348 681
Note: No Meeting on Bank Holidays
Note: First Monday monthly (variable) we meet at 6.45 for 7.15 with partners.Not Bank Holidays. Third Monday Business 6,15 for 6.45. Informal meets in the New Forest Inn, second and fourth Mondays 6.15. No fifth Monday meeting. ALWAYS CHECK THE PROGRAMME
Note: 2nd & 4th Monday's Telephone Secretary Alan Corkill 01722 333666
Note: We do not meet on the first Monday in the month nor on any Monday that is a public holiday
Note: We now meet every other Monday virtually using Zoom, with an occasional face to face meeting when required and rules allow. Do contact us if you would like to pay us a virtual visit.
Note: Except bank holidays
Note: No Meeting on 1st or 3rd Mondays, or Bank Holidays. Breakfast meeting 3rd Wednesday, 07:15 for 07:30 (location varies)
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