Rotary Club of Reading Maiden Erlegh Club Diary

Tuesday 4 December

This is a Special General Meeting and includes the Election of Officers.

Tuesday 11 December

Jaye Windmill will be presenting Original Stories for the Christmas Season.

Tuesday 18 December

This is our annual Christmas Meeting to celebrate this special season, enjoy good Rotary and Inner Wheel fellowship with a generous helping of Christmas Carols.

Tuesday 25 December

Christmas Day - Seasons Greetings from the Rotary Club of Reading Maiden Erlegh.

Tuesday 1st January

New Years Day - With the hope for a prosperous and peaceful 2019 from the Rotary Club of Reading Maiden Erlegh.

Tuesday 8th January

Another engaging travel talk from Paul Whittle.

Tuesday 15th January

John Harrison will be presenting an overview and history of Bell Ringing in Wokingham.

Tuesday 22nd January

This evening we will be focusing on the Rotary Business aspects of our Club's activities.

Friday 25th January

The Rotary Club of Reading Maiden Erlegh is pleased to invite you to a 'Charity Bridge Tea' at Charvil Village Hall, The Hawthorns, Charvil. RG10 9TR; this event is supporting our Rotary Community Fund.

Timing is 1pm for 1.15pm start and Tea will be served at approximately 3.15pm.

The cost is £36 per table; please bring your own bridge cards and table if you would prefer to use your own.  There will be a charity raffle.

If you would like to participate please com...

Tuesday 29th January

Another entertaining talk from Rtn Tony Cornell who will telling us all about Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Note, this is a Spouses and Partners evening.

Tuesday 5th February

'Marvellous Mums' helps Mothers recognise their skills and qualities. Professor Carol Fuller and Dr Maria Danos tell us how.

Tuesday 12th February

This is a special offsite meeting to celebrate Shrove Tuesday.

Thursday 14th February

Celebrating the Charter Anniversary of the Inner Wheel Club of Reading Maiden Erlegh.

Tuesday 19th February

The Talk starts with the history of the National Garden Scheme which goes back to Victorian times. It continues with some pictures of the beautiful gardens that open for us in Berkshire, and lastly explains how the Scheme supports nursing and caring charities such as Macmillan and Marie Curie.

In 2018 the Scheme was able to donate £3.1m between these and other charities.

Tuesday 26th February

Tonight we will focus on Rotary Club Business relating to the Club's activities and also reviewing how everything has been going so far this Rotary Year.