Every 2nd and 4th Saturday we bring you a quick news update from around the Network which may have passed you by.


OPEN SPACE poster - Oct 2013Our flagship project for the autumn.  Sponsored by Worcestershire Literary Festival and ourselves an opportunity to take time out and consider your mental well being.  Open from 10am – 4pm at the Guildhall Worcester on 12 October 2013.



ties How many ties would it take to tie Malmesbury Market Square to Tetbury Town Hall?  This is the latest fun fundraising idea from eRotarian and former Malmesbury Mayor Ray Sanderson.  The idea – to guess how many are needed for a small fee and then watch the action as a few hardy souls set off along the treachous road that links these famous medievel towns.

Great for raising our profile and great way to promote our amazing tie venture which is now happening in Rotary clubs across the world.  We propose to involve as many other charities and organisations to help sell tickets and share the prceeds between themselves and Rotary.



2nd Pair of Eyes is a regular sponsor of Click 4 Action eRotary, in particular designing leaflets and has just been instrumental in building a spreadsheet to run the new eDraw.

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images_RHS_membershipWant to support Mary’s Meals? here is a great offer from Tastecard.  If you are new to the venture you can buy the card for just £29.95 giving you discounts in masses of restaurants across the country.  Click here to see the offer available till 3 October.




note (2)If you have items for our News Update please email me charlotte@quicklearn.co.uk with details and images by Friday 11 October no later than 2pm please.




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