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Rotary Club of

Godalming Woolsack

rotary international in great britain

and ireland

President: Michael O’Sullivan

RIBI Club 1770 - District 1250

Registered Charity Number 1079545

rotary international in great britain

and ireland

Revised 14 Apr 2014

Regular Meetings:

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

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News from Woolsack

Woolsack charity golf day 2014

Thursday 1st May

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Presidents Brain Garlick of New Malden and Michael O’Sullivan of Godalming Woolsack, with their respective VPs, presided over a very jolly dinner at New Malden Golf Club on 7th April.

17 members of Woolsack travelled up the A3 to be with the members of a club currently in D1140 but which next year will be with us in the new and expanded D1145.

Very useful discussions were held about the various projects that each club is supporting as well as the jopint project to improve the availability of clean water in Ethiopia.

Read a report by our President here

Woolsack Raid New Malden
Inner Wheel Fundraiser for local CAB

Woolsack’s  Inner Wheel Club held its Annual Bridge Lunch on the 2nd April in the lovely setting of The Barn at Cross Farm, Shackleford.

Many of the 70 bridge players are regulars and once again they enjoyed their bridge and a delicious lunch provided by the IW members.   As ever we were so thankful for the help of the Rotary members.

The Inner Wheel was able to present a Cheque for £1,203.71 to the Consumers Advice Waverley at the screening of the film of “Les Miserables” arranged by the Rotary Club, which also raised funds for C A Waverley.


L to R are Paul Rees, Chairman CA Waverley, Trisha Boynton Godalming CAB, Pres Sally Braid of the Inner Wheel club and club members Pam Hewson and Brenda Tye

Blood Pressure Awareness in Godalming

Saturday 5th April was RIBI’s national ‘Know Your Blood Pressure Day’, in association with the Stroke Association. (www.stroke.org.uk/kybp).  

Godalming Woolsack joined this event by holding a measuring session from 9 am to 1 pm in Crown Court, Godalming and thanks to the doctors from the Binscombe surgery, and other medical professionals, 100 people had their blood pressure measured, including the Mayor and Mayoress of Godalming.  The majority of these were given the all clear, but 15 were advised to have a routine follow-up with their own General Practioner in the next month.  A further 3 were advised to follow-up as soon as possible.  

Many thanks to all Club members who helped in stewarding this event and to the great response from the local people in joining in.