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Hartley Wintney Festival 2019
The Hartley Wintney Festival takes place on Saturday 8th June 2019details
The Rotary Club of Hart covers Hartley Wintney, Yateley, Blackwater and surrounding areas.
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The enormous achievement you'll experience doing something really worthwhile will be matched only by the fun you will have. You'll be working, socialising and networking with like-minded people who have the same interests and aims as you so teamwork is important.
You'll make firm friends as well as useful contacts; you'll learn valuable new skills and grow as a person; and you'll be sure of a warm welcome from other Rotarians around the world whenever you're on your travels.
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A prime example of one of our flag ship Projects is the annual Hartley Wintney Festival. Click on the button below to find out more about the Festival.
The next Hartley Wintney Festival will be held on Saturday 8th June 2019
Meetings and events happening soon
Thursday 25th April 19.15 -
Business Meeting - North Hants Golf Club
An attempt to beat the Club record by finishing on time?
Thursday 2nd May 19.15 -
Aerobility - Harvey Matthewson, Youth Engagement Manager
Harvey will bring us up to speed with developments on the Aerobility charity front. Particularly regarding Building a Dream, their project building an aeroplane from scratch - one rivet at a time. Per ardua ad astra! Organised by Graham Steven.
Thursday 9th May 19.30 -
"What Iceberg?" - a Titanic Tale - Patrick Myler
Patrick will reveal the true reasons for the 1912 disaster that resulted in the tragic loss of 1500 lives at sea. Dress code: life jackets (optional). Note the later meal time of 8.00 pm.
Thursday 16th May 18.00 -
9 hole Golf and Supper - Blackwater Valley GC
Polish your balls, pack your niblick and join Chris Tofts for some social clubbing. Followed by a hearty repast and repartee.
Thursday 23rd May 19.15 -
AGM and Business Meeting
Don't miss this ever popular event being held this year in the intimate setting of the Justin Rose Room.
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