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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 16.01.2015

Regular Meetings:

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

See Club Diary

Venue

Woolsack charity golf day 2015

Thurs 30 April

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Woolsack Rotarians plan for a busy 2015

After a very busy December, members of the Club start the new calendar year in good spirits and with plenty of projects underway. To name but a few:

Our club is always keen to welcome new prospective members and we believe that young people are definitely the future of this great organisation.

If you are interested in joining a friendly and active group of people helping to improve the lives of others, locally and internationally, please contact us at contact@woolsack.org.uk

Young Jack, pictured right with his Rotary umbrella, is looking forward to the day when he can join the Woolsack club.

Two inspiring talks to start the year

On Jan 5th we welcomed Jeanne Bunting.

Billed as" Jeanne Bunting on the West Surrey Family History Society", one might have been forgiven for assuming that the subject might struggle to rouse us from our post Christmas lethargy!

Not so - for as soon as she started to speak, it was apparent  that she had done it before; that she knew what she was talking about; and that we could have happily listened to her for hours!

And the feeling was apparently reciprocal, since her husband, Michael, said that they had been impressed by the interest and empathy shown by their audience - i.e. us.

So there you are - a magical evening, and appropriately on the twelfth day of Christmas.

(Just think of all the additional relatives we may have discovered by the next time we are buying Christmas Cards!)


On Jan 12th we welcomed Charlie McCafferty.

Charlie told us the history and purpose of the local charity, Guildford Action. Started about 35 years ago with the aim of solving the problem of rough sleeping in Guildford, this busy charity now supports around 425 homeless individuals each year, through the Guildford Action Day Service.

The Charity also provides much needed help to over 300 families through its Guildford Action for Families (GAF), which supports isolated families with all issues involving the bringing up of children.

Charlie’s enthusiasm, dedication and success in fundraising was evident from his presentation and the need for such services as GA provide was clearly evident. We wish GA continuing success.