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Rotary Club of

Godalming Woolsack

rotary international in great britain

and ireland

President: Cath Lovell

RIBI Club 1770 - District 1145

Registered Charity Number 1079545

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Regular Meetings:

Most Mondays 7:30pm for 8pm at West Surrey Golf Club

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Revised 31/01/2016

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA), a week long residential course between 27 March and 8 April, 2016, is  for 15-17 year-olds to encourage strong leadership in youth, held at an all-expenses-paid camp near Dorking.


Woolsack charity golf day 2016

Thurs 28 April

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Sport Godalming Annual Awards

These awards, presented on 22 January in the newly refurbished Wilfrid Noyce Centre, Godalming were a great success. The awards recognise great achievement by local sporting individuals or groups and the huge range of sporting talent that exists locally in our schools and clubs was clearly evident.

Woolsack club members currently play a major role in Sport Godalming and have done so since the organisation was founded. Shown in the photo (l to r) are Treasurer Rtn Bill Braid, Chairman Rtn Simon Crowther and Deputy Chairman Rtn Michael O’Sullivan.

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Santa cheques in

Santa has recovered from all his exertions over the Christmas period and paid another visit to Sainsburys in Godalming this week.

This time it was for the purpose of handing over to Woolsack President, Cath Lovell, a cheque for £1,500 arising from the running of the Santa’s Grotto last December. Nearly 450 children paid a visit to the grotto to tell their wishes to Santa.

Also shown are three Sainsbury staff and the Club is very grateful to the supermarket for allowing us to run this event.

Sounds of Nostalgia

Dick Elsey returned to Woolsack on Monday 25 January to share with us again some of the gems from the BBC Radio Archive.


His theme this time was the development of radio comedy, from the sketches that predominated in the 1920's to the emergence of comedy shows featuring for example Tommy Handley and Arthur Askey, in the 30's.  


WW2 brought something of a different style of presentation, via ITMA, Workers' Playtime and 'Much binding in the marsh'.   Post war names included Frankie Howerd, Ted Ray, Tony Hancock, Kenneth Horne and, of course, the inimitable Goons!  He had us hooked on nostalgia and could have gone on much longer!


This was a trip down memory lane for many of us and was great fun, of course.