For the first time in 16 months, on Tuesday 27th July, members of the Rotary Club of Sutton Coldfield Vesey had their first face to face meeting at the clubs new venue, Sutton Coldfield Golf Club. Fourteen club members chatted away with so much to catch up on until they were eventually called to order […]
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The Rotary Club of Sutton Coldfield Vesey have had their first face-to-face meeting after a long lockdown due to Covid19 at a new venue, Sutton Coldfield Golf Club, Thornhill Road. We now anticipate meeting on alternate Tuesdays, 7 for 7.30 starting in the 17th August 2021. During lockdown we have met fortnightly via zoom and […]
Vesey Rotary Club have supported the Greenpower project for sometime and recently donated funds to help purchase a 3D printer. The pupils are now using the printer to make parts for PPE to supply the local Good Hope Hospital. Well done to all concerned.
Due to the Covid19 pandemic, unfortunately Vesey Club have been forced to cancel what would have been our 33rd annual Boxing Day Dog Walk. This is due to the need for social distancing and obtaining adequate third party liability via the Rotary District organisation. All are encouraged to approached the Birmingham Dogs’ Home and make […]
Unfortunately, the Vesey Annual Golf Day has been cancelled due to the pandemic. Hopefully we will be able to resurrect this successful event in 2021. Another very successful event run at the delightful Moor Hall Golf Club. Sixteen teams braved threatening clouds which turned to torrential rain for the last hour or so! Once dried […]
Due to the Covid19 pandemic the Kids Out event has been cancelled for this year. Hopefully it will be resurrected in 2021. 2019 was the 26th time that Vesey Rotary Club has actively supported Kids Out at Drayton Manor Theme Park. We paid for 107 underprivileged, disabled and special needs children to go and enjoy […]
Rotary’s president in Great Britain and Ireland has welcomed the UK government’s £100 million cash boost towards the global battle against polio. Denis Spiller said he was proud that Rotary has been the catalyst for a worldwide campaign which, he believes, will help in the final push towards eliminating polio for good. International Development Secretary, […]