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The Rotary Club of Malvern are arranging a block booking plus coach transport to The Last Night of the Rotary Proms 2016 on Saturday 9t...

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At the same time as the Young Chef Competition, there was a similar Textile Design Competition. Year 10 students were challenged to design and make a coffee cafetiere cover. The best nine student designs were chosen for the final competition, once again sponsored by Colwall Rotary Club, and on the evening the students had two hours to make their covers.

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Tonight at Colwall Rotary Club Granville Orange takes over as Club President from John Keenan.

Granville has nominated Noah's Ark as his charity for this year.

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People think that Rotarians are "old people" so what better than to show it by going back in time !

The Severn Valley  Railway regularly hosts 1940s weekends and this year members of Colwall Rotary Club attended, and did so in style by wearing period costume. As  the planned train journey from Malvern to Kidderminster was replaced by a Bus Service due to engineering works, we gave a lot of people something to smile about.

This event gets a high profile in Kidderminster and the venue was packed. Our train left at noon and part of the ride was taken up with Sunday Lunch. Afterwards the train progressed up the line past various stations, all of which were themed for the weekend. The was much live music at many stations and the quality of the music was top class.

Many thanks to Rotarian Nick Paul for organising this enjoyable...

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The club went away for a holiday over the last weekend in March.

A large number of club members and spouses went to Dartmouth where some played Golf, others did the local sites and sampled the shopping.

Friday night was "dining where you pleased", with a dinner in the hotel on the Saturday.

The feature trip was a boat trip up river to Greenway, the house that had been owned by Agatha Christie.

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