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CHRISTMAS 2017  Appeal

Father Christmas and his Sleigh

 

The Rotary Club of Holmes Chapel, and before us Round Table, has been organising the Christmas Sleigh run for many years. Over three weeks, we take Father Christmas on his sleigh to all areas of Holmes Chapel, Goostrey, Cranage, Allostock, Brereton and Somerford, to meet the children. We are helped by teams from various village groups (Scouts, Guides. Fire Cadets etc.) who take the sleigh out for one or more nights each.

 

With the increase in housing, it has become most difficult to maintain the schedule with the teams we have. Without more help, we will have to reduce the coverage and exclude some districts. Are you an organisation that could run the sleigh for an evening (5.30 until 8.30)? You will need a driver (and vehicle with tow-bar) and at least 6 collectors. Contribution to the community is in itself rewarding, but may also be a means of raising funds for your group.

Please help.   Use the contact form on this website

 

This is what we did for Christmas 2016

 

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Rotary Club of Holmes Chapel

Holmes Chapel Church and Pub

The Rotary Club of Holmes Chapel was founded in 1979 and is a small club of men and women of all ages. We meet every fortnight on a Wednesday evening at Cranage Hall, for dinner and fellowship. We have regular after dinner speakers, when we invite guests. We enjoy daytrips and evening events for members and guests. Membership is by invitation and we would welcome applications from residents who would like to be part of the Rotary family.

Please use the Contact form on this site.

Use this link to the Parish Council web site for a short description and history of Holmes Chapel 

http://www.holmeschapelparishcouncil.gov.uk/village/history/

 

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Guest evening with speaker. Buffet

Wednesday 26th July 19.30

Guest evening with speaker. Buffet


David Taylor "Wildlife Watching"

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Wednesday 2nd August 19.30

NO MEETING (1st Wednesday)


August Bank Holiday Monday

Monday 7th August

August Bank Holiday Monday


August Bank Holiday Monday

Dinner and Fellowship

Wednesday 9th August 19.30

Dinner and Fellowship


NO MEETING (3rd Wednesday

Wednesday 16th August 19.30

NO MEETING (3rd Wednesday


Guest ecening with speaker. Buffet

Wednesday 23rd August 19.30

Guest ecening with speaker. Buffet


Bill Durose "Sixteen in the Sixties"

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

Cranage Hall
Byley Lane
Cranage
Holmes Chapel
Cheshire
We meet on Wednesdays at 1930
(Fortnightly on 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month. 2nd Wednesday Dinner, Business and fellowship 4th Wednesday Buffet and Guest speaker)
Cranage Hall
Byley Lane
Cranage
Holmes Chapel
Cheshire
CW4 8EW  01477 536666

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