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October 26, 2017

The Club was well represented at this year’s district conference in Bournemouth with a party of 11 members and partners.

The first evening everybody attended a meal in an Italian restaurant organised by President’s wife Cherry Larcombe.

There was a full  programme on Saturday and also Sunday morning. Among the top speakers, and also the most entertaining  was former Coronation Street star,  Shaun Williamson,who promoted the British Wireless for the Blind Fund and sports reporter,  Garry Richardson, who recalled some of the highlights of his 43 year career with the BBC.

The Rotary Party on the Saturday included a banquet and a ball with music provided by Mike Harrison.

The national Rotary president  Dennis Spiller travelled from a conference in Wales to open the Sunday session.

October 16, 2017

When they received a plea for help from the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, members were quick to make a positive reply.

As a result they raised £158.56 through a collection at Sainsbury’s Westwood Cross store on a Sunday.

The Trust hopes to be able to build on the day by increasing activity in the Thanet area.

The following week’s meeting heard  from Jackie Bergerson, who has established  a local group to help people who have lost a close member of the family through suicide.

October 6, 2017

It was a case of hands across the sea for members of Ramsgate Rotary Club on Thursday when they held a joint meeting with members of their contact club of Boulogne- on board a cross channel ferry!

It started when the French members boarded a P and O ferry in Calais and were joined by their Ramsgate counterparts at Dover.

They enjoyed a sumptuous buffet and drinks together as well as catching up with old and new friends.

Boulogne president Nicolas Singer said how delighted he was the two clubs had been able to meet up and he hoped that as next year was the eightieth anniversary of the two clubs agreeing to be contact clubs there would be a special celebration.

The idea was welcomed by President Graham Larcombe and the President Elect Pat Hersant.

Mr Larcombe, who proposed the Rotary toast said he hoped many of them would meet again when Ramsgate held its Presidents Night on November 18.

Among those who attended was the club’s International Officer Lawrence Page.

September 14, 2017

Stoneless Golf Club was the venue for a fun evening with the annual putting competition for the Anthony Wally cup.

The winner, as last year was Lawrence Page, with Julie Miller a close runner up. In the competition for guests the picture was similar with Francine Waddell taking top place with  Margaret Read the runner up.

Club President Graham Larcombe presented the trophies and thanked  organiser  Roger Waddell for all the work he had put in.

August 30, 2017

One of the landmarks of Ramsgate Royal Harbour is the Steam Tug Cervia, which is open to the public at weekends in the summer, but there was a special midweek visit to the vessel by members of the Club.

They were given a conducted tour by the chairman of  the Cervia Volunteer Crew, Mike Houckham, who offered the club the opportunity when he spoke to them some weeks ago.

Members had the chance to see over the vessel, including the boiler room, the engine room and even the former living quarters.

The visit was followed by meal at Pizza Express with the arrangements made by Past President Roger Waddell.

August 23, 2017

The club has a new member who was inducted on Tuesday August 22.

She is the Rev Jan Durrans, Priest in charge of St. Peter in Thanet, Broadstairs, who was proposed for membership by Roger Waddell, and inducted by President Graham Larcombe.

Anybody interested in finding out what membership of the club involves should contact the website.

Caption: The Rev Jan Durrans with Roger Waddell and President Graham Larcombe

August 2, 2017

The work of the Co-Co’s foundation in South Africa was told to members by Susan Knight, who earlier this year visited the country as a volunteer.
Among the aims of the foundation are to build houses; provide proper clothing and food and tackle education problems.
A member of a Surrey Rotary Club she illustrated her talk with photos taken while acting as a volunteer. She was thanked by Past President Maria Blackburn.
The speaker was accompanied by her husband, John, who is President of Redhill, Reigate and District Rotary Club, who received a club pennant  from President Graham Larcombe.

July 26, 2017

Golfers who are members of the Club,  took part in a competition at St. Augustine’s  with Richard Baker running out the winner.  It was the 58th annual competition for the Arthur Rogers cup, and there was a larger entry than last year.
The evening, which concluded with a meal for club members, was organised by Past President  Derek Brown, who also presented the trophy. It was the sixth time Richard had won the trophy

Caption: Derek Brown presents the trophy to Richard Baker while President Graham Larcombe looks on.

June 29, 2017

All Thanet Rotary Clubs were represented at the handover meeting of the Ramsgate Club when Graham Larcombe took over the presidency from Julie Miller.
Also present  was a group from the Club’s twin of Boulogne-Sur Mer, led by President Denys Fabritius.
in a speech outlining plans for the coming year, Graham Larcombe said it has been decided that a special arrangement would be made with the recently opened holiday home for young cancer sufferers and their relatives.
The aim, agreed by the next three Presidents, is to provide £3,000 for the YouCan Youth Cancer Support group. In addition the club will have at least one charity speaker each month with donations to each being made at the end of the Rotary Year,
Mr Larcombe, a member of Rotary since 1979, has been a member of Ramsgate club for the past five years and said he looked forward to a busy year with many events being run in conjunction with the Inner Wheel. He also looked forward to activities with Boulogne.
He paid tribute to the...

June 29, 2017

Members of the Club and the Inner Wheel joined forces to give a Sunday afternoon special time for about 40 elderly residents of local homes.

Rotarians provide transport for the guests to go on a mystery afternoon ride and ended up at Minster Village Hall where a sumptuous tea was awaiting them, prepared by Inner Wheel members.

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