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...... for The Great St Ives Rotary and Waitrose Trolley Dash

From 9 o'clock this Monday morning (26th Sept) we shall be outside Waitrose in St Ives selling tickets for your chance to win £300's worth of goods in their Trolley Dash. We shall be there all week, so don't miss your chance to enter this smashing event.

Tickets cost just £1 and every penny raised will go to the Huntingdonshire Society for the Blind, the St Ives Food Bank and local Rotary Charities. The winning ticket will be drawn at 10 am.on Monday 2nd October, in the store, by The Mayor of St Ives, Phil Pope, and the lucky winner will then have Waitrose all to themselves, for their ten-minute dash around the store, on Sunday the 15th. Full rules will be available at the store, or on our website at www,stivesrotarycambs.org.uk Messages can also be left on this page.

We really must thank Waitrose for all their help in this - so don't miss out and make sure you get your tickets - what fun this is going to be.

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Great News -The Giant Charity Pub Quiz Is Back
Thursday 5th October 2017 is the date to put in your diary as our Giant Pub Quiz starts at 7.45pm and all these pubs and clubs are in. And there may well be more yet, so keep watching.
The whole pub competes as one team, all at the same time, so you can just bring yourself, or come with a crowd.
Thanks to kind sponsorship from Peter Lane and Partners, there's team prizes to be won and cheques up to £250 for the winning pubs' selected charities.This is going to be fun and will only cost you £3. There's £100 for the largest team as well - so get along to one of these places.
Alconbury- Manor Inn
Bluntisham - White Swan
Chatteris- Honest John
Connington-White Swan
Eaton Socon- The Rivermill; The White Horse
Ellington- Mermaid Inn
Elsworth-The Poacher
Fenstanton - The Duchess
Graveley-Three Horseshoes
Great Paxton- Bell Inn
Great Staughton - Snooty Tavern
Hartford - King of the Belgians
Hemingford Abbots -; Axe and Compass
Hilton - Prince of Wales
Houghton -Three Horseshoes
Huntingdon - Falcon Inn; Market Inn; Samuel Pepys
Leighton Bromswold- Green Man
Oakington- White Horse
Old Weston - Swan Inn
Over- Admiral Vernon
Melchbourne - St Johns Arms
Pidley - Lakeside Lodge
Ramsey - Jolly Sailor Ramsey- Railway Inn
St Ives - Floods Tavern; Seven Wives; White Hart
St Neots - Bridge House
Somersham - Rose and Crown
Upper Dean - Three Compasses
Upwood - Cross Keys
Warboys - Royal Oak; White Hart
Wyton - Three Jolly Butchers

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Pumpkin Competition Latest
We were going to say that the Great St Ives Pumpkin Growing Competition was hotting up - but on the evidence of these pics there is already a run-away winner. Julian Thomas you are a star - no wonder other Rotarian-growers wanted to stay anonymous - hard luck to that Adrian, Moira and Alan.
There are other pics to come in - but can anyone compete with the Hilton Hercules? We doubt it.

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Rotary Voices in Hemingford Does Broadway
Those talented singers in the Rotary Voices Choir are performing on Sunday 1st October at Hemingford Abbots Village Hall (3pm start), as part of a charity concert to raise funds for children with muscular dystrophy.
Local 8-year old Dan has a very rare form of the disease, and raising funds for scientific research is essential in finding potential therapies for children like Dan. More details can be found on the Dan's Hope website www.danshope.co.uk
Tickets are priced at £8 for adults and £4 for concessions, and are available form tel: 01480 300194 or by email to moira@mercatius.com
This is going to be an afternoon of wonderful music and all for such a good cause. Don't miss out and get those tickets now.

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President Moira and the St Ivo School Tidy-Up
The life of a Rotary Club President is not all glamour, posh dinners and media stardom. Our hard-grafting Pres Moira joined parents, governors, staff and pupils in a tidy up of the school grounds prior to the new school year beginning last week. Painting, trimming, sweeping and laughter all washed down with copious amounts of tea in the sunshine. Well played Moira - good job.

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