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New President Inducted

Monday 2nd July saw the induction of our new President, Peter Grainger. Peter joined the club for 5 years ago and has been a very active member in that time. After being presented the President's jewel by outgoing President Anthe Lacey, Peter's first job was to induct Vice President Kevin Butler who will kake over the Presidency of the club in July 2019.

Peter inducted by outgoing President, Anthea

Vice President Kevin Butler being Inducted by Peter

Kevin, Anthea and Peter

Peter's chosen charity for his year in office is the White Lodge Centre in Chertsey. The White Lodge Centre supports disabled children, young people and adults, their families and carers in Surrey and throughout the surrounding areas, specialising in care for those with a diverse range of disabilities.


Award Presented to Stanwell Sainsbury's

At a recent meeting we were proud to present a “Supporting the Community” award to Sainsbury’s of Stanwell in recognition of the help they have given us for the past few years with our Christmas collections and Easter Parcels.

The award was presented by our current President Anthea Lacey to Sainsburys’ new manager Mr Neil Wray. Neil took over his current post only 4 months ago but has been with Sainsbury’s for over twenty years. He took over from the previous store manager who we were dealing with previously and we are glad that our relationship with the Stanwell Sainsbury’s is able to continue.

The “Supporting the Community” award is to reward those businesses who help us to support the community, and without this support it would be difficult to continue our fundraising in the community.



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Dictionaries for Schools

The Rotary Club of Ashford are once again supporting the community with our Dictionaries for Schools project where we distribute free copies of the Usborne Illustrated Dictionary to Year 5 pupils in Ashford and Stanwell - that's over 500 copies. However, none of this would be possible without very generous donations from local Spelthorne and Surrey County Councillors and we are very grateful for their support.

Once the dictionaries have been delivered, they are stored at one of our club member's homes and each dictionary will be labelled with the date and who it is from. Arrangements are then made to visit the schools and present the dictionaries.

 

Awards for Service Above Self have been presented at a local school (Thomas Knyvett College) and awards were presented to local children for their poem-writing in commeration of the Queen's 90th birthday.

 

50th Anniversary Celebrations Continue

On the evening of Monday 29th February, members of the Rotary Club of Ashford, their partners, friends and distinguished guests met at the Runnymede Hotel for a celebration evening to mark Rotary Club of Ashford's 50th Anniversary.

Guests included Mr Michael More-Molyneux, Lord Lieutenant of Surrey, Cllr Mark Francis, Mayor of Spelthorne and Peter O'Keefe, Rotary District Governor.

The evening got off to a magical start with local young opera singer, Zoe Baywer singing a selection of songs from opera - what a stunning voice this young lady has. A lovely meal followed and the evening concluded with speeches from our guests.

Two presentations were made over the course of the evening. The first one was to Gibbs Transport for their help over the years in delivering our Christmas Tree to Church Road in Ashford from Windsor Great Park.

The second award went to our current President Vernon Leader to mark his 50 years in the club (he was a founder member), his 5th term as President and his contribution to Rotary over the years.

The evening was full of fun was fun, fellowship and laughter - we had it all. All coupled with great food and hosting from the Runnymede Hotel. Definately an evening to remember.

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Club Recognised for 50th Anniversary

At a recent meeting, a certificate was presented to the club by current District Governor Peter O"™Keefe recognising Ashford Rotary Club's 50 years of service.

 


About us

Our club was chartered in 1966 and we meet at Ashford Manor Golf Club on Mondays at 6 for 6.30 p.m.
Meetings consist of a dinner followed by a speaker or club business. Meetings and dinner usually end by 8.30pm to allow socialising in the bar if so wished.
We welcome people interested in joining us and enjoying fun and fellowship whilst fundraising for worthwhile causes.
We have just under 20 members (male and female), both retired and working, and we are pleased to say that our club is growing! As one of the smaller clubs in our Rotary District we are proud of our record of service to the community and we enjoy the teamwork required to achieve our goals.
We raise money to help organisations and individuals in the Ashford and Stanwell area as well as for projects in the Third World and for disaster relief at home and abroad.  As part of the 'Rotary International' organisation we also support worldwide projects funded by the Rotary Foundation, which is the organisation's international charity.  Perhaps the most significant of these is Polio Plus which is a joint programme with the World Health Organisation to eradicate Polio from the world
We have interesting speakers on diverse topics, we have social evenings, outings, partners' evenings, theatre visits etc. 
You can become as involved as you wish.  As a member you would be asked to attend weekly if you can but this not obligatory.
You will find a warm welcome from the Club. Don't be reluctant to come along and dine with us without commitment.
All we need to know is that you are coming, so please contact the number shown on the right a few days before you would like to visit us.

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Ashford Manor Golf Club
Fordbridge Road
Ashford
Middlesex We meet on Mondays at 18.00 for 18.30
(No meetings on Bank Holidays or during December)
Ashford Manor Golf Club
Fordbridge Road
Ashford
Middlesex TW15 3RT

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