Soroptimist International Buxton and District 51 years of Sisterhood Everyone enjoyed a Sunday Lunch at Buxtons Bailey’s Bar and Grill on a sunny Saturday afternoon, followed by cakes baked by Elaine McDonald. Candle Lighting: Janet Moxon lit a candle for Federation, Deborah Ward (IPP) for International Kam Britland (SIMER Pres) lit for Region. Kam Britland shared her personal story. President Elizabeth Blagbrough presented long service awards to Sue Barber for 35 years and Sue Watson for 30 years for their incredible services.
Congratulations to Sue Watson and Sue Barber on receiving your long service award . Pictured here with our Madam President Elizabeth Blagbrough.
Last night we held our AGM and Deborah Ward Thanked all for being such wonderful members of our club. She said it had been a privilege and a pleasure to serve as the President and I was now delighted to pass the metaphorical torch and actual chain of office to Elizabeth Blagbrough. (2) Soroptimist International Buxton and District | Facebook
Our SIGBI Buxton and District member Chris Campbell raised awareness of our UKPAC petition about Domestic Violence Awareness Education in Post 16 education, to the ladies at Cavendish Golf Club. They supported us not only in the petition, but they also collected toiletries within a week and presented them to Crossroads Derbyshire , our local DV Charity, plus a donation of £100, which was presented to the refuge.
Mike Rose. Holding a talk at our February 2023 dinner meeting From British Antarctic Survey—Halley Antarctic Station Mikes talk was about his many times working on this highest, windiest and driest of continents. It was enjoyed by all.
25 August 2022 · Buxton and district Pudding Club arranged along side Stockport . There was fun, laughter, and loads of puds. £476 was raised, which will go to charity. THANK YOU Elaine McDonald and Sue Stringer…
Some of our members from Buxton and District visited The Clink Restaurant at HMP Styal They enjoyed delicious, high-quality meals that are cooked and served by the prisoners in training, and who are working towards gaining their City & Guilds NVQs in Food & Beverage Service, Professional Cookery and Food Hygiene. Its situated in a converted chapel, the air-conditioned restaurant allows prisoners to learn, engage with the public and take their first steps towards a new life. All the leather upholstery and boardroom tables are made by prisoners at HMP Frankland and poetry are from former Clink trainees