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After then please telephone the Cock Hotel direct on 01908 567733. We were rushed off our feet dispensing warming mulled wine and delicious mince pies at our stall at the Stony Stratford Christmas Lights Fayre on 2nd December 2017. I thoroughly enjoyed the walk, the night was so well organised and, of course, I am most grateful to my fellow Rotarians for agreeing to support me in this way." . Vice President Tom Green's collection of 371 Sainsbury's ' Active Kids' vouchers will soon be put to very good use in purchasing games equipment for Walnuts School. Malcolm was a very likeable, caring, inspirational and hard working member of our club and will be greatly missed by us all.

Thank you to Alan Swann and his organising committee, to all our helpers on the day and last but not least to the general public for their wonderful support. Pictured above is Tom handing over the vouchers to Jo Wates, Head Teacher, to add to the school's own collection. A past Club President he will be particularly remembered for instigating and organising our annual golf days which have raised many thousands of pounds for good causes; this competition will reach its 10th anniversary this June.

Karen is now collecting her sponsorship money in support of Headway, the brain injury charity. our sponsored young musician Sarah Ikumu, from last year's Rotary Young Musician competition, go all the way to the final of T.

V.'s ' Britain's Got Talent' on Saturday 3rd June? George's Church, Wolverton: In the lead up to Christmas we made a donation of £500 to help with the church's work in supporting the homeless.

The nursery rhyme "Ride a Cock horse to Banbury Cross" is said to refer to a horse from the hotel's stables.

And the phrase "a Cock and Bull story" is believed to derive from the exchanges of sometimes exaggerated news from passengers of the forty or more mail coaches which at one time called daily here, and at the Bull Hotel just up the High Street.

Organiser, Rotarian John Moss, said "It was a fantastic evening with perfect weather conditions and a great opportunity for my club to help raise funds for charity. Thank you to Indra Patel and his organising committee and also to restaurant owner Mr Murkit for his generous support. It's really simple, and doesn't cost you anything extra. Choose from over 3,300 retailers, do your shopping as normal and our Rotary Club will receive a free donation at no extra cost to you for every purchase you make Thank you for your support, you'll be helping to make a real difference to Wolverton & Stony Stratford Rotary .

Thank you to everyone who made the event possible, especially all the brave and enthusiastic 'loopers' and their sponsors, and the London Gliding Club and its pilots."Over sixty club members, friends, hospice staff and distinguished guests, including MP's Iain Stewart and Mark Lancaster, Milton Keynes Mayor Councillor Keith Mc Lean and Rotary District Governor Prue Dixon, assembled at Willen Hospice's Wellbeing Centre on Friday 26th February 2016 for the handing over of a brand new ambulance. Members, friends and relatives were treated to a very interesting conducted tour of the Cowper Museum in Olney on 26th Sept.

The event was rounded off with the traditional barbecue. A profit of over £1100 was raised at our fundraising event at the Bekash Restaurant in Stony Stratford, in support of SERV the blood bikes charity and LEND with Care. Whenever you buy something on line you could be raising a free donation for Wolverton & Stony Stratford Rotary Club. There are over 3,300 retailers including Amazon, John Lewis, e Bay, and Sainsbury's, ready to give a free donation every time you shop. Click Join Us and enter your details and click on Create My Account 3.We meet at the Cock Hotel, High Street, Stony Stratford.A famous coaching inn dating back to around 1300 the Cock Hotel has been doubly immortalised through its name.John has worked tirelessly on Rotary Foundation duties throughout the year and most recently secured the provision of defibrillators at key locations throughout the district. Congratulations to Karen Lower on completing her first London Marathon last Sunday (23rd April).Karen, a keen runner and past competitor in the MK Marathon, achieved a time of 5hrs, 4 minutes.Many thanks to Baz for organising the visit and meal. Thank you to Waitrose, Oakgrove Store, for the very kind donation of £174.00 towards our kids out day at Whipsnade Zoo for disadvantaged youngsters.