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Bursary Award At Sutton Coldfield Circle

Bursary Award At Sutton Coldfield Circle

There was an early Christmas present for Patsy Broom , daughter of Brother President Steve Broom and  Elena , at Sutton Coldfield Circle's Christmas party  when she received a cheque from the Catenian Bursary Fund for £250-00 presented by Brother Provincial President...

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Christmas Comes Early For Two Sutton Coldfield Brothers

Christmas Comes Early For Two Sutton Coldfield Brothers

At Sutton Coldfield’s December meeting which was the occasion of the Circle’s Christmas Party there was early Christmas cheer for two Sutton Coldfield brothers – Liam Tomlinson and Alf Dineen who received their 40 year membership scrolls presented by Brother Provincial President Paul Clancy .Brother Paul gave a brief history of both brothers contribution to the circle over the years both of which had served as President of the circle. A most enjoyable evening was held in the true Christmas spirit with £325 being raised for Brother President Steve Broom’s charity – The Lisieux Trust.

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Gold Medal Award for Malvern Circle Brother

Gold Medal Award for Malvern Circle Brother

The motto of the guild of St Stephen is "CUI SERVIRE REGNARE EST" -To serve is to reign" and this has been the way of life of Peter Armstrong, Vice President of Malvern Circle who was recently awarded the Guild of St Stephen's gold medal for 50 years' service to God...

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Redditch Circle Mastermind Competition

Redditch Circle Mastermind Competition

On Thursday 21st. November Redditch Circle hosted their annual Mastermind Competition. A good turnout of 7 circles, all bringing their own competitor, led to a very successful & enjoyable evening. Brother Adrian  was as usual responsible for collating all the...

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Malvern Catenians Go Indian

Malvern Catenians Go Indian

Malvern Catenians enjoyed a tasty night out at a local Indian restaurant with VIP representation in the form of Provincial President Paul Clancy and wife Angela (pictured). Paul and Angela have become regulars at our "Indian nights"

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