rotary international in great britain

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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 16/8/2015

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.




2020 here we come

The Woolsack Club Vision

Woolsack welcomes two new members

President Cath had the pleasure of welcoming two new members into the club this month. Michael Slocombe, pictured left above is new to Rotary and brings to our club a wealth of experience in music and education.

Noel Tomes, pictured right, comes to us from the Godalming Rotary Club. Noel’s background has been in computer hardware and software development with many years spent directing large IT projects.

The Club is delighted to have them with us and wish them many years of good Rotary.

Woolsack donation to CEDAR centre

Our current President Cath and IP President Mike met with Dr Sue Davidson and Dr Roselle Herring, (shown standing in the photo) for the purpose of handing over the money raised by our golf day earlier this year, £4500, for the benefit of the CEDAR centre at RSCH. Also present were Joy Poulter and Sarah Welsby, (kneeling) and Ian Coult.

The staff gave us a most interesting tour of the excellent specialist facilities in this one stop centre for Diabetes patients and explained how our donation would be used for essential technical equipment to assist the transition group of patients as they move from child based treatment to adult treatment for their serious conditions.

We wished them well in their most important work for young diabetics.