Saturday 4th February Tim and I will be at the Wheatstone Inn, Gloucester and invite all members, mentors and anybody else who is interested in joining the eClub, to meet up for a drink/lunch (it’s a Chef & Brewer inn with a Costa Coffee).  We will be there from 11am to 2pm-ish.  There is free WiFi there, so we will take along iPad/laptop if you want some help navigating around the eClub website. Address is Wheatstone Inn, Centre Seven, Barnwood, Gloucester, GL4 3HR: it’s on the Gloucester bypass, if coming by M5 come off of at junction 11, it’s in the Leisure Park where the ten pin bowling is.  Look forward to seeing all those who can make it.

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  1. Sinead says:

    I will try to be there but I have a conflicting engagement at Swindon, I hope to be finished there by 12 and make my way to Gloucester.

  2. Mary says:

    Sorry I can not be there it is my fortnightly ‘healthy’walk I hope you all take part in these in your area. The Rainbow walkers is the only one in Worcestershire that meets on a Saturday, I would like to know of similar ones on glos/worcs/herefordshire/Warks borders that meet at weekenends. Worcester is very central! It is gentle for people like me with asthma++ the Ramblers it is not!

  3. Mary says:

    Hi me again,
    I have sent a message as response to admin I think but it says I have no sent messages! I would like to know when your next face to face tutorial will be. Ie do you intend monthly gettogether like this? Sorry for all the questions but I no nothing about Rotary and need a calender of events and an explanation of each probably. I know you are new to all this like all of us.

    Best wishes,

    Mary

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