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2021-11-06 Flexicare concert5

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Rotary of N Oxford & OPG June 17 2021
Rotary of N Oxford & OPG June 17 2021

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Rotary gardening
Rotary gardening

Sobell House gardeners

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Each month our weekly meetings, Wednesday lunch time, include two with speakers invited by various members, a ‘Business’ meeting (where club activity is summarised) and a ‘Fellowship’ meeting where we just chat among ourselves. Whilst there is a designated structure to this, the emphasis of our club is informal, with much banter and jocularity - something that is immediately appreciated by visitors, both from other Rotary clubs and the wider world. Nobody is allowed to take themselves too seriously (and no-one tries to!)

 

In addition to our regular meetings, we schedule a range of events, both in support of our objectives and to raise funds for our nominated charities, each year chosen by our President, who holds the post for one year.  We also raise funds for other causes, and for the entertainment and enjoyment of club members.  Entertainment applies particularly to those months where there is a ‘fifth Wednesday’, as we meet in the evening and partners are invited.

Our activities are overseen and organised by various committees, each of which has a Chair and various Club members make up these committees.

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What is Rotary?
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Where we meet

Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbours, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad.

Clubs meet regularly, allowing members to build firm friendships. Every Rotarian has a right to attend any Club meeting anywhere in the world, so there is always somewhere to go, people to meet, whichever country you are in.

Back to Beaujolais Breakfast after a short break. Over 50 members attended the very early breakfast!

As well as the Tombola, there was a raffle for one of Melanie’s brilliant cakes; three auction lots – a  Venison and Wine evening donated by Richard and Tom Alden,  a very large rib of beef donated by Meatmaster and two rounds of “Four Ball” golf donated by Studley Wood. The auction was conducted brilliantly and amusingly by Ken Heathcote one of the owners of the golf club and overall raised over £1000.

We meet for an hour every Wednesday lunchtime at 12.30pm for 1.00pm (except for the 5th Wed in any month) at:

            The Cotswold Lodge Hotel

                  66a Banbury Road, 
                    Oxford, OX2 6JP


If you would like to be present during any of our meetings, please contact our secretary.