Presentation of cheques to local charities.
Post Xmas Depression? Not us! Nonsuch Rotary President John Chamberlain with Charity Representatives
For some folk Christmas or New Year’s Eve are the highlight of the festive season, for the members of Sutton Nonsuch Rotary these are merely incidentals in the build up to the main event. The first Wednesday in January is the night when the club... [Read more of this review]
Thank you 10,715Times
Nonsuch Rotary’s President, Santa and Elves would like to thank the residents of North Cheam and Worcester Park for their genorosity in helping the club to raise a magnificent £10,714.95 from both their street collections and collections outside Sainsbury’s North Cheam and Tesco on the Sutton bypass.
The total actually collected for local... [Read more of this review]
Nonsuch Swimathon 2016
Rotarian Alan Piddington was the first swimmer into the water for Nonsuch Rotary’s 19th Annual Charity Swimathon. Alan completed 32 lengths in his own easygoing, casual and variable style. Rosebery Girls, as usual, had a good turnout and were great contributors to the 1430 lengths swum in total. 1430 lengths , that’s 32.67 kilometres... [Read more of this review]
Sutton Nonsuch Rotary Christmas Collections
Festive Greetings to all local residents! Yes believe it or not, we will be down your way for what is probably our 29th consecutive year. As I write this, I have it on good authority Santa is combing his beard and wrapping presents. His elves are fluffing up the bobbles on their hats!
This year we start on Thursday the 1st December from Sparrow Farm... [Read more of this review]
Sutton Nonsuch Rotary Club Charity Swimathon 26 November 2016
On Saturday 26 November Sutton Nonsuch Rotary Club will be holding its nineteenth Annual Charity Swimathon at Epsom College, who generously offer Rotary the use of their excellent 25 metre pool. The event has historically attracted teams from several local charities, clubs and schools, all of whom have been jointly raising funds for their own causes... [Read more of this review]
End Polio Now: Meal at the Tasty China North Cheam: Rtn Gordon Thomas
On the 4th October we had our End Polio Now (EPN) meal at the superb Tasty China restaurant in North Cheam. The aim was twofold, first, to make as much as we could for the EPN campaign, and secondly, for all who were there to have a great time, consuming Melvin, the manager’s delicious food, and his drinks, of course.
Four Rotary Clubs in the... [Read more of this review]
New President for Nonsuch Rotary
Despite the Referendum, Brexit, changes in UK political leadership and other problems in the great big world outside, Nonsuch Rotary installed their new president Rotarian John Chamberlain on Wednesday 6th July. The installation of a new Rotary President is not done every four or even five years, but annually on the first meeting in July. The outgoing... [Read more of this review]
Great RYLA evening!
Extracted from the Club Blog: Written by Gordon Thomas
On the 15th June 2016 we held our first RYLA evening at Sutton Nonsuch Rotary Club. RYLA stands for Rotary Youth Leadership Awards which is a seven day course held at the Surrey Outdoor Learning and Development (SOLD) centre High Ashurst, near Dorking. The aim is to give youngsters of 16 to 17... [Read more of this review]
Presidents Ball 2016
Extracted from the Club Blog, written by Rotarian Gordon Thomas
This year our president, David Riley, held his Ball on 23 April at the Reigate Manor Hotel, just down the A217 from the M25. And what a wonderful occasion it was. Attended by more than seventy of us all together, including guests and family members, the jollities continued well into... [Read more of this review]
Rosebery School Swimathon Cheque
Rebecca explains why Macmillan Nurses were chosen as the schools charity
Club President David Riley and Rotarian Barry Mercer were welcomed at Rosebery school for the cheque presentation of the club’s share of the money Rosebery collected for the Swimathon. The school team collected just over £1,600 a staggering total. David and Barry were... [Read more of this review]
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