Pictures from Events taken throughout 2013

December
Faxitron Appeal
A presentation of the £5,000 we raised for the Royal Berkshire Hospital Faxitron Appeal.
Christmas Album
Every Christmas we have a presence at several local garden centres and at some, we arrange for Santa to have breakfast with children or they can visit his grotto!
November
Youth Speaks Competition Album
Youth Speaks Competition organised by the Rotary Clubs of Loddon Vale and Reading Maiden Erlegh. Various schools entered the competition where the competitors use their public speaking skills to try and win!
Medieaval Banquet
Social evening organised by Inner Wheel, with Music and Fun
October
District Governor Visit
John visited our club on his tour of the district clubs.
August
Great Gatsby Evening Album
One of our regular social events- 1920s themed Great Gatsby Evening
July
Rotary Youth Leadership Award Album
Our Club sponsored two people between the ages of 18-25 to attend a week long course in North Wales to obtain a Rotary Youth Leadership Award.
Council 2013-14
These are the majority of the members making up the Council and will govern the Club for the year 2013-14.
Grace's Garden
Transforming a sloping, unkempt garden into a safe playspace for a young girl (Grace) who has mobility problems
June
Eton College
Pagoda Sale Album
Rotarians gathered and donated items to sell at the pagoda in Woodley, so we could raise money for charitable causes.
April
3 Minute Shop for Free!
Whilst raising money for Alexander Devine, a proposed children's hospice in Berkshire, we were selling raffle tickets where first prize was a 3 minute race around Waitrose in Woodley.
January
New Years Walk Album
This years New Years walk was around Knowle Hill followed by a lunch at the Bird in Hand pub.
Arbi Briggs - The Phillippines
This is a photo of Arbi Briggs who gave us a very informative talk on The Philippines, its culture, history and people.
Consultant: Wexham Park Hospital
Dick Whittington
The Wargrave Theatre Workshop, a thriving amateur theatre group in this delightful Thames Valley Village.