District Foundation Appreciation Meal – 21st November

President and Jean Morgan-Bryant, International Officer attended the District Foundation Appreciation Meal, representing the club. 

Seeing how Rotary through foundation is supporting Charities in the U.K. and International 
 
We have recently sent money to Polio Plus – £1000, supported a school in Humla, Nepal and supporting the orphans of Tsunami in Japan.
 
In addition we are hosting a Scholar, Jason Hung whilst studying in London.

Max-imum fun with a visit from Max

We all learned a lot when we had a visit from a former West London nurse Max who has now returned to her native Uganda to carry on the good work. 

Rotary and individual Rotary members are active in health care projects all over the world. 

If you will like to be involved contact us or visit on one of our Tuesday evening meetings. 

Making New Friends from around the UK and the World – Conference 2019 (part 2)

This years president, David as well as new member Sujay and Jason, our scholar attended District Conference in Bournemouth.

Friday –  on the agenda were new members, Scholars, President and District Officials had a Welcome Reception. Evening – Gipsy Kings Tribute Band played.

Saturday– Scholars parade, District Governor- Tony Sharma – Key Note Speech and other speakers including a Rotaract Member who set up a Rotaract Club after seeing the demise over the last 40 years of Rotaract and invented a new word in Rotary ‘DoGoodery’ which is what Rotary Members do. Saturday afternoon with club members enjoying Bournemouth. Saturday Evening – Jazz Evening.

Sunday – Presidents parade, Rotary International President representative spoke, plus a couple of speakers. Tony also introduced his family.

 

All members are invited to the International Conference in Hawaii and RIBI Conference- Volunteer Expo in the Birmingham NEC – 1-3/5/2020 (Tickets Free).

A visit to our Sister Club in Provins, France 2019


Every two years we travel to France, to visit twin club in Provins. This time, 8 members and the District Governor, Tony Sharma attended. We also had Hana Shodladd, Rotary District of Thailand 3350 who was on a Rotary Youth Exchange with the club for the year.

 
Friday– We had a meal hosted by the Provins Rotarians

Saturday-We had a tour of the lower town of Provins, lunch and then an afternoon at Vaux le Vicomte Château. Evening was a formal dinner with all the members of Provins. At this Jean Morgan-Bryant was presented with her Paul Harris Award.
 
Sunday – Upper town of Provins and a brunch with the Rotarian’s.

Growing in the Community

In August, Rotary of Chiswick & Brentford (Including Hammersmith Rotary Club) were supported by the local Waitrose in Chiswick in there giving something back.

Through the green tokens, we have been given a cheque of £350 to help local Charities.