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rotary international in great britain

and ireland

Rotary Club of

Godalming Woolsack

rotary international in great britain

and ireland

President: Mike Poulter

RIBI Club 1770 - District 1250

Registered Charity Number 1079545

Revised 27 JUL 2014

Regular Meetings:

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

See Club Diary

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What do Rotarians do?

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Musical Allsorts Concert Photos

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Courtyard Garden Club Meets

This club, composed of Rotarians and IW members under the enthusiastic and skilled guidance of Claire and John Sandy, met this week at Milford Hospital to plant out some bright border plants.

You may recognise under the cloche hats left, club members Joani and Tony doing that well known dance, the marigold shuffle.

The work was also overseen by a number of the hospital residents recuperating in the sunshine.

We Won The Cup!

Woolsack skittlers were victorious this week in the final of the District 1250 competition against the team from RC of Seaford. Our previously non-playing captain Simon Crowther stepped out of retirement to lead the team to a convincing victory and was presented the cup by District Sports Officer, Simon Edmands.

Thanks to our opponents and to Simon E for a good evening of fun, fellowship and food.

Loseley Fields School wins best garden

The picture shows this year’s president, Mike Poulter, during the judging of the local schools’ gardens to decide the Winner of the Woolsack Rotary Shield. The competition is part of the popular Godalming in Bloom annual festival.

These two pupils were showing off these rapidly growing sunflowers, part of the school’s display.

The winning school was Losely Fields Junior and Mike congratulated them on their initiative, design, pupil knowledge, the integration of staff and helpers. He also noted the hard work and interest shown by the children to develop the garden.

The competition is always keenly contested and we hope to see all the schools entering again next year. Well done to them all for this year’s work.