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WATTON ROTARY MAIN PAGE 12/07/16 The ROTARY CLUB of WATTON & DISTRICT Registered Charities Trust Account No 1046649 President: David Branson Secretary: Roy Challand We meet on Thursdays: 7.30pm for 8pm at the Hare & Barrel Hotel, Brandon Road, Watton. Tel 01953 882752 email: Webmaster@wattonrotary.org.uk Membership Enquiries: wattonrotary@aol.com WELCOME to our 2016 ALMANAC LATEST NEWS FORTHCOMING EVENTS Coming Soon: Watton Rotary's Great Charity Walk Next Books & Bric-a-Brac stall on Watton's Wednesday Market: 6th & 27th July 2016. RBAY sales of larger items are now listed on this website - Click here: /rbay.htm Market realisations: March £45 , 5th May (April deferred) £47, 29 June £33, 6 July £53. RBay receipts for 2015, including larger items: £652 Wanted: paperbacks especially but anything considered including larger items - 01953 884224 or email as heading. 7th July: The first meeting of the new Rotary Year was chaired by new vice president Pat Murphy. The speaker was Christine Hill, a farmer from Shipdham , who gave a presentation on all the ramifications of crop development and treatment, and the regulatory environment within which farmers have to operate. 1st July. Less than 12 hours after his induction VP Pat was commanding the parade at the War Memorial on Thetford Road to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the battle of the Somme. 30th June left: Paul Chubbock has handed the presidential chain of office to David Branson, who, in turn, passed the vice president's ribbon to Pat Murphy. Then 2 new members were inducted, right: Mike Baker ( transfer from Herne Bay) Michael Haythorpe Wayland Academy Young Poet On 9th June, three year 9 students of Wayland Academy accompanied by their teacher, Joanna Paterson, attended our meeting to receive their cash prizes and certificates awarded for their poetic prowess. The Runners-up were Emily Rumer and Emma Lowry, centre with their teacher on their left next to (far right) the winner, Ben Cardy. Adjudicator, retired English teacher Rtn Peter Cowling, remarked on the incredibly high standard and maturity shown by these 14 year olds, as endorsed by their delighted teacher. Wayland Academy Young Designer Due to exams the following morning, the design students could not attend our meeting but their teacher, Stephanie Fraser, next to President Paul, received the awards on their behalf. The winner, Amy Studer, designed and made the dress (as shown, a perfect fit on her). Runner-up, Jack Darge produced a pop-up book (held by Paul), a far more complex task than it appears to be. VOCATIONAL RECOGNITION AWARDS - 2nd June President Paul presents the cups and certificates to the group and individual chosen by club in recognition of their outstanding achievements to the local community. LEFT RIGHT Babs & Collan Muskett for the Lois Gill, the inspirational founder superb Christmas Lights show at their and Creative Director, of the home, which, since 2010, has raised over Blossom & Yarn displays in 6 £12,500 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance. churches, raising over £32,000. April 29th: President's Lady's night. Beginning with a meal at the Gt Ellingham Crown, 19 members and partners visited the nearby Breckland Astronomical Society's facility, where we were briefed and then climbed into the dome to gaze out at a near perfect starlit sky. Through the big telescope we viewed Castor, Jupiter and a quasar, amongst other celestial objects. Jessica Salomon is a Rotary Scholar from California reading for an MPhil in Criminology at Cambridge. At our meeting of 28th April she gave a remarkable dissertation on the problems in correctional institutions in the States & UK. Shown (left) with her Counsellor, Rtn Alan Franklin (RC of Cambridge), and President Paul, Jessica was put forward for a Rotary overseas scholarship by the California Attorney General. 14th April: Five Wayland Academy Students came to dinner to receive their certificates They were the Winners and Runners-up in the Rotary/Academy Young Chef and Young Mathematician competitions Our Bi-annual "Jazz @ the Queens Hall" on 18th March made a £734 profit for our Charities Trust Fund [Next session: Friday 21st October] 9th March: 29 members, partners and friends enjoyed a 6-course gourmet experience at the City College Norwich Debut Restaurant prepared and served by the students of the Hotels, Catering and Hospitality School. This annual event is thoroughly enjoyable and a great insight into this excellent training facilty. 27th February: The End Polio Now crocuses, first planted 4 years ago, bloomed on the last day of Rotary Week! 25th February: Our annual breakfast meeting took place at the Hare & Barrel (yawn!). Rotary Day: 23rd February President Paul joined some 90 other Rotarians from around UK on a sponsored 'walk' over London's O2 (Millennium) Dome Sponsoring donations (incl GiftAid) were made through the "Just Giving" portal; a sum in excess of £600 was raised for the End Polio and "Roll out the Barrel" (clean water & sanitation) initiatives. January 7th - just for fun, members wore a variety of hats for the first meeting of the year Together with Watton & Wayland Visitor Centre we are pleased to be co-sponsors of the 360 (RN/RAF) Squadron Aircrew Association website [The Squadron was formed at RAF WATTON in 1966 and disbanded at RAF Wyton in 1994] * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ARCHIVED ALMANACS Click on year to view 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

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