Club news

November Dinner meeting, all about Friendship

Following our ceremony to remember our Friendship links with other Clubs, we welcomed Cheryll Rawbone, Chairman of  a local charity called the Friendship Project.  The charity works to link disadvantaged children to adult volunteers as friends to enjoy regular 1-2-1 … Continued

We celebrate our International Sisterhood

We celebrated our Friendship links by lighting candles and wearing orange as part of 16 Days of Action,   We also managed to grab Ann to give her a certificate for her 35 years of Soroptimist membership! You can see … Continued

White Ribbon Christmas Tree as part of our 16 Days of Action

As part of our 16 Days of Action we’ve decorated our Christmas Tree at the annual display in St Nicholas Church with White Ribbons and information about this campaign aimed at men.    Their motto is Men Working to End … Continued

Brilliant November business meeting

We had a great time as new members Rachel and Julie were inducted into our Club.   Both have such interesting backgrounds and will contribute a lot to our Club.   We’re are all looking forward to getting to know … Continued

Remembrance Sunday

President Sandra represented Club at the Remembrance Sunday Service at the Kenilworth Cenotaph.   As always, it was a very moving ceremony as we remembered ‘those who gave their todays so that we might have a tomorrow’.       … Continued

No badge for bravery but plenty of smiles!

As you can see, Kenilworth & District Soroptimists had a great time providing refreshments for patients at Castle Medical Centre during their flu clinic sessions this year. We couldn’t provide a sticker to say patients had been brave but had … Continued

October Business meeting

We had a very busy meeting with two speakers before we started the main body of business. Daisy Bramwell was a very assured young lady who is lucky enough to have been selected to take part on a Guiding service … Continued

September Dinner Meeting

We were delighted to listen to Stella Bailey, vicar of St Nicholas church Kenilworth, talking about what it’s been like being a women in what has been a very male environment since becoming ordained in the Church of England.   … Continued