venue

inner wheel

godalming

contact

charities

diary & events

introduction

home

venue

inner wheel

godalming

contact

charities

diary & events

introduction

home

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

Revised13 nov 2014

Regular Meetings:

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

See Club Diary

Venue


What do Rotarians do?

Read HERE
Jane Stedman becomes our newest member

Jane Stedman has just become our latest member and she is pictured left receiving a Rotary pin from President Mike Poulter.

Jane, who lives in Godalming and has worked with Penningtons Solicitors locally for many years, is also involved with local charities. She is a stalwart promoter and successful fundraiser for GOLO, the Godalming Lottery, and is also a fundraiser for the GUTS cancer charity based in Guildford.

Woolsack is very pleased that she has decided to join the club and hopes she enjoys being a Rotarian as much as the other 37 members do.

Woolsack helps successful bonfire night

Woolsack members were out in force for Godalming’s annual bonfire night at the start of November. Another example of how Godalming Rotarians work together with other local service organisations for the benefit of the community. This time Woolsack, under the guidance of Rtn Malcolm Keene, worked together with Godalming Lions club members and officers of the local police force to ensure a bonfire night safe for pedestrians.

Led by some smartly dressed members of the Surrey Army Cadet Corps of Drums,

the torchlight procession following seemed significantly longer than in recent years, perhaps because of the fine warm weather. There were large numbers of children in the procession holding either the flaming torches or flashing coloured lights, and plenty of buggies also.

The fireworks were deemed the best ever and seemed to last for a long time. Well done to the Lions for arranging such an enjoyable and safe display.

Charities Supported

One of the joys of being a Rotarian is being able to help local charities develop and provide their services to a larger public. Last year’s President Michael O’Sullivan (in both images above) chose The Prostate Project and The Clockhouse as charities for the club to support. At our meeting this week, Mike had the pleasure of presenting cheques, on the left to Paul Mills, Deputy and Colin Stokes, Chairman of The Prostate Project, and on the right to Rtn. Cath Lovell, a trustee of The Clockhouse.

The donations were part of the £15,000 of funds generated by club members during the year and donated to a total of 20 local and international good causes.

Don’t forget
santa
This year Santa will be visiting Sainsburys in Godalming