Celebrating 40 Years

40th Anniversary Charter

The Rotary Club of Langley and Iver celebrated the 40th Anniversary of its Charter at the Pinewood Hotel, George Green on Saturday 17th November.

Rotary Club President Keith Jacob was very pleased to welcome Natasha Baker, double gold medallist at the 2012 Paralympic games as their guest speaker. Past and present members and guests of the Rotary Club were entertained by a very inspirational presentation given by Natasha who brought along both her gold medals.

The Worshipful Mayor of Slough, Councillor Christine Small; Councillor Santokh Chhokar, Vice Chairman of South Bucks District Council and Rotary District 1090 Governor Judith Diment all added their own sparkle to what was a very successful evening.

Keith would, on behalf of the club, like to congratulate Natasha for her wonderful success and to thank her for attending the charter night, making it such a memorable evening.

Thanks also go to Manager Craig Webb and staff of the Pinewood Hotel for making us most welcome.

The Rotary Club of Langley and Iver will shortly be starting its Christmas Street collections with Father Christmas and musical grotto and look forward to seeing as many people as possible over the two weeks starting 10th December.

Future events will be a Burns night to be held at the Richings Park Golf Club on the 25th January and a return to the Pinewood Hotel for an Afternoon Tea, organised by the Rotary club for members of the local community.