THE ladies of Soroptimist International Milford Haven are now having a summer break after a very busy few months. Joint presidents Sheila Griffiths and Trisha Campodonic would like to thank the members for their wonderful support during their first four months in office. There has
Soroptimist International Malta, in collaboration with Outdoor Artists, is holding a charity evening reception at Palazzo Promontorio. Besides the reception, guests will be able to interact with the artists and view their works. Proceeds will be used to support Hospice and other Soroptimist Club projects.
MUSIC lovers will be transported back to the 1960s and 70s in a night of entertainment to raise money for a children’s hospice and other charities. Tribute act The Media will play tunes from both decades at Leigh Rugby Union Football Club from 7.30pm on
A TEAM of green-fingered Silhillians who look after the gardens at Widney Manor station have been handed a top award for all their hard-work and dedication. For the past 11 years, members of the Soroptimist International (SI) Solihull and District, a global organisation which focuses
SOROPTIMIST International of Hereford and District enjoyed a thoroughly enjoyable lunch at the Pilgrim Hotel, Much Birch to celebrate their ten year re-charter. Soroptimist and Soroptimisters attended from throughout Midland Arden Region and were also delighted that the newly appointed Mayor of Hereford City, Cllr
Barry and District Soroptimists are taking part in the High Street Shopping Quarter Summer Fayre on Saturday, August 12, to raise funds for charity. An event organiser said: “We’re delighted that they’re joining us in the run-up to their 50th anniversary. They will be selling
If we want to end poverty, combat inequalities and promote prosperity while protecting the environment we need to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) These are 17 Goals with 169 Targets which were formally adopted by all Member States at the United Nations Summit, New