I want to see this and I think going a few days after the release may make it quieter so planning on the 20.10 showing on Tues 20th. Happy to do a meal beforehand but want to see interest first so sign up!!
Alex Pellet H.
Woking Ambassador Cinema
The Peacock Centre, Woking, Surrey GU21 6GQ · Woking
Update: Please meet by Pret A Manger in Waterloo for 11:15AM, then we will make our way over to the cafe from there. Please be prompt.
Hey all. Please sign up in good time for this as we need to book in advance. It's just £5 each for up to 4hours of gaming and should be great fun.
Check out the website here: http://proceedclockwise.com
RSVP by October 17th so we can book!
Join us as we watch the Christmas lights switch-on ceremony in Guildford High Street, followed by refreshments and entertainment at Guildford Baptist Church at the Millmead Centre (GU2 4BE) from 7:45pm to 9pm.
Every second Monday of the month we have a meeting (and general natter) to make decisions on upcoming events, community projects and general club business.
Coming along to one of these is a great way to be introduced to the club, there is plenty of opportunity to get to meet and talk with other club members and you will also get an overview of what the club is involved in.
The Wheatsheaf, is a short walk from the train station.
There is also plenty of car parking around, either the car park or a local street.
If you are planning to come along, and not sure where you are going, please get in contact, and we can give you further directions.
**** I have spoken with the CEO at CornerHouse and he would like to meet with as many of us as possible before the quiz (instead of attending one of our meetings). He asked for us to arrive at Cafe Rouge at 6pm. After we have spoken, we can assist with the set up for the quiz. ****
Even if you are unable to make it as early as 6pm, then please do join us for the quiz at 7.30pm.
Our charity of the year CornerHouse are organising a quiz to raise money for the charity. It will be great to have as many people as possible turn up to meet our charity.
£10 per person
Max. 6 people per team
Other refreshments also available
Last year we had a great turnout for people to join this quiz and this year the Rotary Club of Woking would like to invite us back again.
Teams are minimum of 5 and up to 8 people I believe.
Charge is £12 for food and quiz and it goes to charity. Please RSVP to the event ASAP so I can send numbers back to Keith Tatlock.
Cash bar will be available on the night.
Everyone needs to read the Marshalls documents, please message me for a copy.
Woking District Rotary have asked for our help,
More details to follow;
Meet by pavilion in centre of Woking park.
We have been asked to help out with marshalling at the event. Times are as below:
17.00 Stewards Briefing please arrive promptly
17.30 Clear the park of public
18.00 Gates Open
20.00 Fireworks start
20.30 Fireworks end
20:35 Marshalling Duties end for us
The display last year was really good and the entry fee will obviously be waived for those of us helping out. Tea and biscuits were also provided for us throughout the evening last year...
Bring suitable shoes/boots for muddy ground
Parking at woking park will be busy. In the past we have parked in other town centre car parks, woking station or residential streets off white rose lane e.g.ockenden rd, fircroft
Rd , bylands.
http://www.wokingfireworks.co.uk/ Sign up to the facebook page and Twitter It is important they have as many marshalls as possible without your help this event would not be possible so thank you in advanced
Pool In The Park
Woking Park, Kingfield Road, Woking, Surrey GU22 9BA · Woking
Woking District Rotary club could do with some help in particularly from our stronger members of the team who do not mind lifting heavy fencing. You will be needed at 9am at Woking Park to assist with this. Please sign up and let Bronwyn know you can assist so that we can pass your details onto Woking District Rotary