Rotary Charity Ramble
The start is from the Rotary Gazebo at the back of the Library in the Wokingham Council Lower Car Park, Denmark Street, Wokingham.
The closest address to the start:
48 Denmark Street
- 4.1 Miles
- All on public footpaths
- Does involve a bridge over the Reading-Waterloo railway line
Ramble along the paths, copses, leafy woods, through fruit orchards, farms, pastures and meadows of Wokingham. Enjoy the changing colours of Autumn with your family or friends in September.
Purchase your Entry Tickets by clicking the link below;
Online registration is at www.rotaryclubwokingham.org The Ramble opens 9.30am at the start site against the production of your numbered ticket receipt. Please ensure you check back at the end of your walk so we know everyone is accounted for.
Check-in will close at 4pm.
Registration is £10 adult, children over 15 £2.50, under 15 free.
Please invite family and friends to support you on the Ramble and join us at the Rotary Gazebo which is common to start and finish.
Get yourself sponsored to raise funds for this year's good causes:-
The Sue Ryder Hospice Nettlebed - www.cqc.org.uk
The Lathitha Development Centre - www.lathithacentre.wixsite.com/lathithacentre
Children's mental Health Wokingham ARC - www.arcweb.org.uk
To send your sponsor money to Rotary Club Wokingham's Charities' funds, take your cash (if you have no bank account) to the bank and provide them with the following details:-
The Wokingham Rotary Club's bank is HSBC.
It's Account Number is 01418068.
It's Sort Code is 40-47-09
30th JULY - 7pm Start
LADIES NIGHT WITH DANCING at SAND MARTINS GOLF CLUB
Spotlight Berkshire Talent
Rotary Clubs of Wokingham & Ascot are hosting the above event to showcase talented youngsters in the Berkshire Area.
The event is open to all types of talent and will take place at The Whitty Theatre, Luckley Road, Wokingham RG40 3EU.
There are two sessions as listed below.
First session -2.00- 4.30pm - Ages Reception to Age 11
Second session- 5.00 -7.30pm - Ages: 12- 18
We will be reliant on schools, organisations to select participants and have them performance ready -in turn we will produce the performance programme to include, name of participant/s -details of performance - i.e: instrumental rendition title, song title etc; representation details
The objective of this event is to enable youngsters to perform in front of a theatre audience and to show off their talents to friends, family and dignitaries. IT IS NOT A COMPETITION, although we have invited an expert to give helpful tips to our up and coming stars of the future. These tips will be sent to individuals after the event.
All participants will receive a certificate to take away with them.
Fundraising Concert - Michael Sigwaza and Family
Troy Anderson's Wonderful World Band - A Tribute to Louis Armstrong
More information: http://troyandersonband.com/
Supported By: The Zarb Family
Michael, who is 5 years old, was diagnosed with Rhabdoid Cancer.
Rhabdoid Cancer is a rare but very aggresive tumour that starts in the Kidneys and can spread to other areas of the body.
On the 29th of March 2017 the Sigwaza family were informed by the medical team that the cancer was now at Stage 4.
Michael's parents, Ernest and Ann are members of the Wokingham Community. They are expecting a baby girl at the end of May.
Ernest is in a situation where he cannot care for Michael, support his wife as well as prepare for the arrival of their second born and sustain a job at the same time.
Our hope would be to support the Sigwaza family through this difficult time.
Easthampstead Park Conference Centre
Address: Peacock Lane, Bracknell, Wokingham, RG40 3DF
Friday 2nd June
Doors: 1900pm | Show Starts: 1930
For More information or tickets contact Margaret Balaam
The Rotary Club of Wokingham's Charity Number 1167424