The intrepid fourteen milers
The weather was not very kind for the Club's Fellowship Weekend at Swanage in May but the warmth of the fellowship more than made up for it for the 30 members and guests who took part in the event - The Rotary Club of Reading's BENEVOLENT FUND (Charity No 1031813) Team Sponsored Walk (Kimmeridge to Swanage) on Saturday 21 May 2016 In aid of END POLIO NOW
Group Photo on site
Rotarian Tony Cowling is closely involved with this charity and is helping with the build of the hospice. The project is well underway as the photos show.
The best way to introduce Fiona and John Devine's vision for the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice is in their own words.
Fiona says: 'Our home from home will be a place of love and laughter, a special place to make special memories. It's about children being children, in a safe environment; a place where parents feel they can safely be with their children, a secure, safe, loving environment, where no judgments are made.
The Willow Dome
This one is from St Anne's Primary School for the garden.
Rotary's theme this year is 'Be a Gift to the World'.
Here in Reading we seek to embrace that aspiration across a wide range of activities and projects, both local and international, placing an emphasis on effective teamwork.
7th June 2016
14th June 2016
21st June 2016
The Duchess of Kent Hospice
Speaker: Fern Hayes
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