Mrs Louise Fleet, West Glamorgan High Sheriff, a former member of Swansea Soroptimists, was a delightful speaker at our October Dinner meeting. Her talk informed of us of the historical role of the position and she gave an insight into … Continued
Past Presidents Angela Ball and Lynn Minshall were delighted to present cheques to officers at Swansea Carers and a volunteer and officer at Maggie’s in July. We were very well received at their work places and hope to continue to … Continued
Martin Thomas from the local health board spoke on “Heritage in Health” and enlightened us on the many artefacts that have survived from hospital wards in and around Swansea and the images he showed gave us an insight into previous … Continued
Swansea President Jane Giles, Past President Angela Ball and Membership Officer Carol Davies were delighted to meet Bridgend’s President Mrs Frances Rees at Bridgend’s 70th Anniversary at the Bear Hotel in Cowbridge in July. The Waterwheel Singers and professional soloist … Continued
A few of us enjoyed a walk in Clyne Gardens in April and Carol Davies is next to the tree we planted in her year as joint president in 2015. Afterwards we retired to the Woodman for some sustenance. … Continued
President Angela and new member Becky Kelly welcomed speaker Prof Louise Miskell (right) to her first soroptimist dinner meeting. Louise spoke about the different regeneration projects to improve the many old industrial works in the Swansea valley. The members welcomed … Continued
Past President Lynn Minshall welcomes new member Becky Kelly to Swansea Soroptimists after all members introduced themselves to her.
Congratulations! Past President of SI Swansea was installed as President Elect of SI Wales South by its President Bobbie Sheldrake on Saturday in Narbeth. Amanda will be president from 2017-2018.
Press release below. Helen Sharman, the first British person in space was one of the speakers at the conference. We were pleased to see our Club Member Rhian Williams on stage. She will be part of the team organising next … Continued
We were delighted to meet Kathleen on a visit to the Gowerton Society following her town’s successful honouring of Penry Guy who died during the 1st WW and has relatives in Gowerton. The full story can be seen at http://www.gowertonian-society.co.uk/belgium.htm