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Unable to hold their usual Autumn Fair instead the club held a virtual raffle and raised over £200 for the Anthony Noland Trust the Clubs chosen Charity.
Stevenage Club has been busy Knitting!
Knitting for Knit for Peace teddies and blankets have been made and sent to refugee camps.
The club have also made ‘Up Comfort bags’ for the Butterfly project at the Lister and also for homeless people and needy families who visit the ‘Feed up, Warm up’ Project
The Day of the Family is celebrated each year on May 15th in honour of families and promotes the importance of a healthy and well balanced family life.
This ‘Day’ came into the UN’s global calendar in 1993, and every year the day provides an opportunity to promote awareness of issues relating to families and to increase knowledge of the social economic and demographic processes affecting families.
This year the UN wishes to focus on the possible impact of new technologies on the well-
Here in D26 Inner Wheel individual clubs have for many, many years supported the work of Home-
United Nations International Day of the Family
Ampthill and District celebrated their 50th Charter Anniversary with a Garden Party. Maggie and Angela our two founder members were presented with plaques to mark their 50 years of friendship and service to the club by District Chairman Brenda.
Flitwick Vale their daughter club was represented by President Ann and Carla President elect.
Lovely food, lots of Prosecco, followed by a celebration cake made by member Kathy and iced by Rotarian Peter.
The sun shone on us and it was lovely for us all to meet up again.
Ampthill and District
Members of Newport Pagnell Club enjoyed a sunny walk along the Gyosei Art Trail along the Grand Union Canal in Milton Keynes.
Their next meeting will be their annual Strawberry Tea, with tea, cakes and of course strawberries, as well as raising money for charity.