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Following a really busy start to the year, we have had some very successful events, Zumbathon, 50 Shades of Grey Ladies’ Event at Cineworld and the fabulous Fashion Show at Cirencester’s recently refurbished Kings Head hotel, which was organised by Claire Charlton and hosted by The Countess of Bathurst.

Guests enjoyed browsing at various bespoke clothes, hats and shoe stalls, whilst sipping champagne before the main event. The fashion show, compered by Claire Carter of BBC Radio Gloucestershire,
had many collections, from casual Spring looks, to designer country looks and glamourous evening wear. Special thanks go to
Lisa von Hallwyl Millinery, Monday Boutique, Boutique 3, Sue Parkinson, Melissa Antonious, Tia-Tia Ltd, Allure, CC Shoes. Bringing this fabulous evening together was make up and hair styling which was provided generously by Maddy from Wedding Paint, student make-up artist Elisha Bartley and The Stuart Holmes Hair & Beauty Salon.

A fabulous £1,600 was raised and the event was enjoyed by all.

Leap for LINC

Dare to care about Cancer and Leap for LINC this Summer. On Sunday 23rd August you can take on the challenge of a 160ft bungee jump at one of Gloucestershire’s most iconic venues – Cheltenham Racecourse.  Secure your place for just £20 registration fee and then raise a minimum of £80 sponsorship. Visit the LINC website for more info www.lincfund.org/leapforlinc or call the team today.

The Royal Marsden Cancer Cook Book

This cook book is really worth a mention if you are or have been treated for cancer. It will appeal to anyone who loves cooking healthy meals.

CWS_0076Rotary Champion of Change Award

The House of Lords recently entertained 12 Rotarians from Great Britain and Ireland who had been selected because of their work for communities and who were honoured with a Champion of change Award. Our Director, Dr Gill Rouse, was given one of these awards to celebrate her work for LINC and is seen here with our local MP, Martin Harwood, Lord Wallace QC, RIBI President, Peter King and her District Governor Martyn Harwood.

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