We had news from RIBI that our Charter status is progressing, we are considering having our Charter Event on Saturday 19th May, possibly at Slimbridge, at Lunch-time, what do members think. It will be different, hopefully everyone will enjoy the environment including children and hopefully easy for everyone to travel to, we hope to finalise by next week so your comments would be really welcome as we want to make this a very special event for everyone. Please let us know your views.

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0 thoughts on “Proposed Charter Event

  1. Mary says:

    Slimbridge is a good idea. Was Peter Scott a Rotarian do you think? It might mean we get a discount on room hire? Certainly it might help to be a Wildfowl Trust member? I used to be until I moved away.

  2. Heather says:

    It sounds great. Unfortunately for us it clashes with a holiday which has been designed around a big family get-together, so we can’t join you. May is a bit like that this year, lots going on.

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