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Welcome to the web-site for SI Tenby and District

                                                                                                    Who We are

 

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Pictured at  the Giltar Hotel  :  from left to right:

Back row – Judy Brew (Pastoral), Eiona Aston, Lindsay Oeppen (Press Secretary and Website), Rosemary Proctor (Immediate Past President),

Middle Row: Mair Poole, Marjorie Piper , Elanor Sanderson , Rosemary Tippet-Maudsley (Prospective new member), Bobbby Sheldrake (SI Wales South Regional President)Dr. Sonia Evans (Secretary), Iris Davies (President Elect and Links Clubs) Pam Maggs (Social Secretary,

Front Row: Dr. Anne Kelly (Programme Action Coordinator), Pat Matthews (Treasurer) and Eleanor Parker (President)

We have been active in the historic walled town of Tenby for the past sixty years and  have recently celebrated our diamond anniversary. We currently have nineteen members who come from all walks of life and many of whom live in the beautiful villages nearby, such as Saunsdersfoot, Penally, St Florence, Redberth, Llanteg and Manorbier.

 Club Officers

President:                                           Eleanor Parker

Immediate Past Presidents:             Rosemary Proctor and Wendy Bell

President Elect:                                 Iris Davies

Vice President                                   Mary Fleming

Secretary:                                           Dr. Sonia Evans

Treasurer:                                           Pat Matthews

Social Secretary:                               Pam Maggs

Programme Action:                           Dr Anne Kelly

Links Secretary:                                 Iris Davies

Press Secretary/Website                  Lindsay Oeppen

Pastoral Role                                      Judy Brew



We meet on the first Tuesday of every month (apart from August) at 7.30 pm at The Giltar Hotel, The Esplanade, Tenby. New members are always welcome – please contact us through our website for more details.

 

 “Freedom is fragile and must be protected. To sacrifice it, even as a temporary measure, is to betray it.”
Germaine Greer