Nearly 90 ladies enjoyed a wonderful regional AGM today and learnt so much about plastic, anti-human trafficking and slavery, the RNLI and ‘First Women” photographed by Anita Corbin and soon to be an exhibition in London. Coming together at these meetings is such fun and friendships and established.
It was a perfect day for a bucket collection outside Prior Park Garden Centre on June 9th. All proceeds will go to the RUH Breast cancer Unit.
More bedding and towels were given to Cathy Adcock from Julian House today so that she can distribute them to the ladies and families at the Women’s Refuge. Julian House has taken over the running of the Refuge which is going very well.
This is the message that club member Fiona was telling us tonight at our club meeting when she explained to us how to prevent a stroke and what to do if you are with someone when a stroke may be occurring. Purple is the colour of the Stroke Association.
A very informative meeting.
It was a pleasure to help out again at the RUH Forever Friends Appeal ‘Walk for Life’ event on Saturday. 500 walkers took part, some walking the full 26.2 miles from Bishop Cannings finishing up at the Holburne Gallery.We were marshalling along the canal towards the end of the walk.Well done to everyone that took part.
Nearly 40 people attended our annual quiz night and money was raised for Dorothy House Hospice. Well done the winners! and thank you for your donations.
Two of our club members visited the U.N. in Geneva with other club members from the South West Region.