The slick team which is Brue Valley Rotary was once again making its festive presence felt at the Cary Big Christmas event with bacon baps, burgers and the now famous “The Works” on sale to keep the festive event-goers fed and happy.
Despite new competition from the newly opened butcher just a few yards up the street and a Thai Food stall next door, we saw a steady trade throughout the event and look forward to hearing from Mr Treasurer what the financial outcome was.
The evening ended with a new game: how much kit can we fit in one car.
This afternoon an appropriate 12 paid a visit to Sherborne Abbey for a most fascinating guided tour of the magnificent building and gained an insight into its history.
Having behaved ourselves during the tour we rewarded ourselves with a restorative cup of tea and slice of cake at The Three Wishes café.
Once again Brue Valley Rotarians braved the elements on Children in Need night ( Friday 15th November ) in order to collect money for BBC’s Children in Need. We had three teams covering our area. In total we collected over £1173 and the total is still rising.
Many thanks both to the intrepid teams that dressed up and collected.
Team Spiderman, Pudsey and Jack Sparrow.
The Mario Brothers and Octopussy and 118 118
Also many thanks to the Pubs and shops that allowed us to collect on their premises:
Bell Inn – Evercreech
Camelot – South Cadbury
Catash – North Cadbury
Cross Keys – Lyford
Daniela’s, Castle Cary
Dolphin Inn – Wincanton
Mildmay Arms – Queen Camel
Old Inn, Holton
Orchard Inn – Galhampton
Quarry Inn (keinton mandeville)
Red Lion – Babcary
Sparkford Inn – Sparkford
Stags Head – Yarlington
The Bay tree
The Bruton Castle
The Manor ( Ditcheat )
The Montague Inn – Shepton Montague
The Old Red Lion, North Brewham
The Pickled Inn – Evercreech
The Smithy, Charlton Musgrove
The Sun Inn
The Walnut Tree – West Camel
Travellers Rest (A27)
Uncle Tom’s Cabin
These two happy Rotarians from the Belrose Rotary Club were on stewarding duty at a French Market held in the Northern Beaches of Sydney. We enjoyed much chatter; including them sending greetings to Brue Valley Rotary Club which have by virtue of this been passed on. A thriving Rotary Club of a similar size and demographics as us. RW.
Nine Brue Valley Rotarians braved the weather to collect at Shepton Carnival this year.
After the usual wonderful and essential fish and chip meal at Whitstones.
We reluctantly left the restaurant
to visit the Silver Leader in his cosy control center.
After a few minutes in the warmth of the control center
Then back into the rain – and ready to go
And finally at the end – a job well done.