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The city of Coventry is preparing to host the second of Rotary’s Presidential Peace Building Conferences in February . The conference, one of six being staged across the world, is the brainchild of Rotary International president Ian Riseley. Other global conferences are taking place in Vancouver and Beirut in February, followed by Sydney, Chicago, and the Italian city of Taranto later this year.

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Rotary President Ian Riseley looks ahead to Coventry Peacebuilding Conference

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Chester Deva Rotary members and friends had a social night out in Mold, North Wales to watch the “Sleeping Beauty” Pantomine  at the Theatre Clwyd.

Most know the tale of “Sleeping Beauty”, Princess Susie cursed at birth by the bad witch Morgana to die, but saved to only sleep for 100 years by the apprentice fairy Fredrica , until her Prince Charming comes to wake Princess Susie up.

Nurse Tabetha Trott in one of her shock frocks.

This cult rock’n’roll Panto has over 16 classic rock and soul songs, sung and played live by the cast of actor musicians.

The Panto was 2 hours of fun, filled with colourful sets, shock frocks on Nurse Trott with mad gags, slapstick galore and even Panto puppets.

Audience participation with the cast prompts and water sprays helped to toward the evenings comedy. Oooh! yes it did!

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Giving students a chance in Bangladesh

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Ten years ago, Birmingham-based Rotary member Azad Choudhury returned to his home village in the Sylhet region of Bangladesh. His visit inspired him to build a school, and a decade on, with support from Rotary clubs in the West Midlands, his vision has become a reality. Without a school, the prospect of education for local children was almost nil, with opportunities to enrol in colleges of further and higher education denied to them

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Giving students a chance in Bangladesh

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London’s Air Ambulance is hitting the streets of the capital in an educational ‘Helivan’ thanks to the support of Rotary members in the city. Rotary members in London raised more than £38,000 to purchase the vehicle for London Air Ambulance, which provides an advanced trauma team for the 10 million people who live and work in London.

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London’s Air Ambulance has lift off with Rotary support

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