April 2019 AGM Presidents “Think Ascot” evening

The club AGM was held with reports from the officers about the years activities Brenda’s last job was to hand over cheques to Kernow Young Carers £5736.00 and The Invictus Trust. Brenda handed over the chain of office to Sandra … Continued

March 4th Unsung Heroine Awards & Fashion Show

The Fashion show at M&Co in Bodmin was another resounding success with over 40 models, Soroptimists, friends and family showing off the latest spring fashions 

February – Supporting St Petroc’s, CHICKS and a Barn Dance

Lois Wilde of St Petroc’s came to our club meeting to talk about the work of the homeless charity and receive donations of warm winter clothes. Later in the month Libby hosted a “posh puds” evening to raise funds. The … Continued

January 2019 Bingo night for CHICKS

The Red Box project continues to spread across the County 

December – Red Box Project really taking off

We had our Christmas meeting at Porthpean Golf Club, dressed for a special group photo. One member donated a tree and decorations to one of the Refuges. Our Christmas party was held at Wheal Martyn. Even more Red Boxes were … Continued

November – two more members

We were delighted to have Julie McFeat & Liz Frier (Transfer from Bristol) join the club. We heard from Kerry about the Open Mentoring Scheme for Women in the Criminal Justice System based in Bodmin. We made  donation to their … Continued

October -expansion of the Red Box Scheme. Annual Charter Lunch. Liverpool SIGBI Conference

Jenny and her committee really got the Red Box Scheme under way with large red collection boxes in Launceston, Bodmin and St Austell and red boxes delivered to schools. Emma Bray gave us an update. Speakers from Kernow Young Carers … Continued

September – Club Meeting at Eventide Care Home

A really busy month for the club. Cream Teas at Sylvia’s for the Olive Branch Foundation, Holding our club meeting at Eventide Care home and meeting 2 residents who were once Soroptimists. The Duck Race with the Lions down the … Continued