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Evening Meeting With Amanda Mckean, Director Canterbury Festival

30th April 2024
Venue: Cricket Ground

Evening meeting with Amanda McKean, Director, Canterbury Festival.
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Lunchtime Meeting Agm & May Business Meeting

7th May 2024
Venue: Cricket Ground
Lunchtime meeting 12.30pm for 1pm meal Annual General Meeting to be followed by the May Business Meeting.
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Rotary Christmas Dinner 2016

Over 100 Rotarians and guests gathered at Darwin College, University of Kent on the evening of December 17th to celebrate the annual Rotary Christmas Party, organised this year by Rtn Wendy Jones

We all sat down to a delicious three-course supper, complete with the ever-popular flying balloons. A table raffle during the meal raised the sum of just over £600 for the President’s Charities: a young people’s project run by Porchlight and a Recreational Drug Awareness programme run by Turning Point at the University of Kent at Canterbury.

Ian Wright had written Birthday poems for all the members with birthdays in November and December, including Lord Carey.

A selection of photographs of the Rotarians and their guests by Robin Hendy appears below.

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Wendy Jones Brenda Hermitage and Sue Hendy Roger Clarke,Robert Yonge and partners
Maruthi Bobba and Daughter Leslie and Judith Stephenson with Diana Forrest Pauline and John Beckett
Jayne and President Martin Ward Lord Carey with John Hill Pam Evans, Jo Nolan and Joan Hill
Kemball-Cooks, Dobinsons and Christine Morris President-Elect Sharon Jordan with friends The Craggs and the Andersons
Lord Carey gives his Christmas Speech

Lord Carey gave the keynote speech and wished us all a peaceful and happy Christmas. After the speeches we were entertained by the local Salvation Army silver band who, after serenading us with their own offerings, accompanied us all in Carol singing to round off a very enjoyable evening.


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St Lawrence Cricket Ground
Old Dover Road,
Canterbury, Kent,
CT1 3NZ,
United Kingdom

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