With the acute phase of the covid crisis beginning to ease, Rotary is getting back to work. The successful Forest of Dean Autumn Half Marathon in September showed we have the resources and people to make real change.
We are delighted to welcome three new members to the Rotary Club of the Royal Forest of Dean. On Tuesday 2 November, President Tony Hughes inducted Sherry Phillips, who is well-known to the Club through her substantial contributions in partnership with her husband David, and who is now a member in her own right.
Geoff & Helen Bullen have joined us from Llangollen following their recent move to Coleford.
We welcome them all, and look forward to a busy 2022!
The Rotary Club of the Royal Forest of Dean meets weekly at Forest Hills Golf Club in Coleford, Gloucestershire. The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise. In this context, the club members devote their time and effort to raising funds for local, national and international charities and to promote and support the local community in the Forest of Dean. More information at www.rotary-rfod.org.uk.
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Left to right: Sherry Phillips, Helen Bullen, President Tony Hughes, Geoff Bullen