All change at the Vale of Evesham

All change at the Vale of Evesham

Vale of Evesham Circle has decided to move its November, January, February and March meetings to the second Wednesday of the month, starting at 12 noon. In this way, they and their visitors will avoid the dark Winter evenings and all that they entail.

In more detail:
Wednesday, 10 November at 12 noon: Mass for Deceased + Circle Meeting + Meal
Wednesday, 12 January at 12 noon: Circle Meeting + Meal
Wednesday, 9 February at 12 noon: Circle Meeting + Meal
Wednesday, 9 March at 12 noon: Circle Meeting + Meal

Our April meeting will revert to the fourth Monday, starting at 7.15 pm.

We hope these changes will encourage you to visit us over the next few months!

Phil Achieves 50 Years

Phil Achieves 50 Years

Sutton Coldfield Circle, after sixteen months owing to Covid 19 restrictions, resumed their monthly circle meetings at their venue – Moor Hall Hotel, Sutton Coldfield with the July circle meeting. The highlight of which was the presentation of a 50-year membership scroll to Brother Phil Denver by Brother GB National Vice-President  Roger Lillie. Brother Phil originally joined  Darlington Circle in 1971 and transferred to Sutton Coldfield Circle with a company move to the Birmingham area. To make the occasion even more enjoyable Brother Phil was accompanied by his wife Elaine and his sons, daughter and grandchildren.  Brother Phil is widely known throughout Province 6 and also the Association as a prolific golfer and he certainly got his ‘hole in one’ on the occasion of the evening’s presentation.

Welcome to our new Provincial President

Welcome to our new Provincial President

Welcome to our new Provincial President Brother Jim Gillen of Stoke on Trent Circle. We wish Brother Jim all the best for the coming year and hope he has an enjoyable year in office.

A massive thanks once again to the Newslink team who have produced another great magazine for Province 6. Please do start to think about articles for the next edition to keep the content fresh so it continues to be an interesting read.

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