Rotary Club of Reading Maiden Erlegh Club Diary

Tuesday 4th June

Fidelma Meehan is describing the work of Save the Children.

Tuesday 11th June

We have been, and still are, a long term supporter of Camp Mohawk (www.campmohawk.org.uk) which is a multi-functional day centre for children with special needs and their families, set in 5 acres of beautiful countryside, just outside Wargrave, Berkshire. Throughout the year the centre provides a range of activities, facilities and natural space to encourage children with a variety of special needs to play, socialise and learn in a secure and caring enviro...

Tuesday 18th June

We are a sociable Club and this evening we will be taking time out to visit Stubbings near Maidenhead.

Tuesday 25th June

This evening we will see President Sarah Shears (2018/19)  handing over leadership to incoming President Pat Holloway (2019/20).

Because it is a significant event in our Rotary calendar we always invite spouses, partners and friends to share this evening with us.

As an added bonus we will also be hearing about the Plans for Rotary Year 2019/20 from incoming President Pat and his Council.

Tuesday 2nd July

Maggie Wardle will be taking about Dreamflight -a UK charity that changes young lives through taking children with a serious illness or disability, without their parents, on the holiday of a lifetime to Orlando, Florida.

Tuesday 9th July

Professor Ann Sheen OBE was a former CEO of The Royal Berks Hospital. Her talk is entitled "From Student Nurse to Chief Executive and Beyond" 

Tuesday 16th July

Jan Kershaw lived for a time in Thailand.  Whilst out there she worked with an orphanage and helped am organisation who was working with prostitutes to give them a different life.

Tuesday 23rd July

Helen Warwick (Vicar's Wife and Local GP) will be talking about the St Nicholas Community Centre.

Tuesday 30th July

Graham Horn is a Blue Badge  Tourist Guide with a talk entitled "Portsmouth and Southampton - maritime contrast."  This will look at both maritime cities with very different histories.

Tuesday 6th August

We will be discussing the Business side of our Rotary activities.

Tuesday 13th August

Liz Gray is a travel ad safety trainer, risk management advisor, event manager and school trip consultant.  She has taken many students abroad to work on projects.  Her talk is entitled " Are we nearly there yet?  Travelling the world with other people's children."

Tuesday 20th August

Rotary are a social bunch, so at least once a year we cancel our usual Tuesday Meeting so that Members can go off and visit other Rotary Clubs.

Tuesday 27th August

Our own Tim Pascall is going to helps us to understand cryptocurrency.