Rim Kennou, Practice Manager at Datchet Health Centre receives 110 face shields from Windsor St George Rotary Club, the gifting was undertaken by President Chris Davies and Past President Richard Cox. At the end of April I wrote a blog about a Facebook post by James Manwaring from Windsor Boys’ School who shared an appeal… Read More A Great Example of Rotary Supporting the Community when asked…
Windsor & Eton Rotary Club have sponsored the production and distribution of 100 packs of the UNIFI card game to help alleviate some of the stresses that families might be feeling at this time of Covid-19. UNIFI has been created by a Young Enterprise team based in Slough with a mission to bridge the gap… Read More UNIFI – Bringing Families Together to Tell Stories
Windsor & Eton Rotary Club have agreed to purchase a 3D Printer for Windsor Boys School based on the educational benefits of this equipment in the longer term and the hopefully much shorter term benefit of it producing masks for the NHS. Windsor Boys School already has a few printers going full time producing masks… Read More Windsor & Eton Rotary Club have agreed to purchase a 3D Printer for Windsor Boys School
I love organising the Rotary Youth Speaks Competition every year because it allows our young people to shine. This year Trevelyan Middle School & St Edward’s Royal Free Ecumenical Middle School fought for the Intermediate prize and Windsor Girls fought for the Senior prize amongst themselves in the prestigious Jafar Hall at Eton College. What… Read More Windsor & Eton Rotary Youth Speaks Competition 2019-20
Morning Windsor, would you like to see us run a Windsor’s Got Talent competition around Christmas 2019 at The Theatre Royal, Windsor? Well it’s simple, Windsor & Eton Rotary Club need sponsorship pledges, not cash at this time, to the tune of £6,000 to make this happen… read on… In June 2019 Ralph Cooper, who… Read More Windsor’s Got Talent Competition – We Need Your Support…
I celebrated my birthday this year by taking my family for dinner with 50 fellow Rotarians from Windsor & Eton and our sister club in Celle, Germany and popping over to Windsor Castle for the final of Windsor Festival’s International String Competition. Talking Brexit with our German cousins, the chap I was talking to was… Read More International Birthday Bash with a Brexit Chaser 😉
Trevelyan Middle School were competing in the Rotary Youth Speaks District Final last night at Great Marlow School and lost by a whisker… fantastic performance which got a special mention from the chairman of the judges Roger Clark, indicating that they were the runners up… well done Louis, Tallulah and Jakob. Youth Speaks is an… Read More Rotary Youth Speaks District Final, Marlow
Ascot played host to The Prince Philip Trust Fund Race Day on Wed 27th April 2016 It was nice to see Prince Edward onside with my campaign by choosing St George’s choir to surround him to start the day! Most folk got there early to have a meet & greet with Prince Edward but I… Read More Prince Philip Trust Fund Race Day 2016
Yesterday Windsor & Eton Rotarians were enjoying a hot chocolate thanks to King Edward Court… this morning you can enjoy a brew thanks to Windsor & Eton Rotarians We’ll be at Esquires, “The Penguin Cafe” from 9:30am for an hour or so and your welcome to come and find out what we get up to…… Read More Fancy a brew at Esquires, opposite Guildhall at 9:30am?
Windsor & Eton Rotary Club got this year’s Youth Speaks Competition off to a great start on Thursday evening thanks to Trevelyan Middle School. Eight local schools took part, four in the Intermediate competition. And four in the senior competition. Trevelyan Middle School , St Edwards Royal Free Middle School and Windsor Boys School entered… Read More Windsor & Eton Rotary Youth Speaks 2016
President Paul Bayley (centre) with Vice Presidents Richard Kidson (right) and Bernard Hawkes (left) outside Esquires Coffee in High Street Windsor opposite the Guildhall. On Sunday 6th December at Esquires coffee House in High Street Windsor, the Rotary Club of Windsor and Eton are holding a get to know Rotary morning starting at 9.30am and… Read More Get To Know Rotary – ever wonder what we do and why we do it?
Chris Clark joined his local Rotary Club in 1965, the year I was born 😉 I’ve known Chris for 6 years and he always has a smile on his face, sharing good cheer as he travels from Rotary lunch to 41 Club dinner and back again via many guest invitation events! He owns Kris Cruisers… Read More Chris Clark Windsor & Eton Rotarian celebrates 50 years of being a gift to the world!