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Forth Coming Events!

We are supporting the CHSS Carol Service 1st December


Join Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland for an evening of celebration and remembrance this Christmas

Thursday 1st December 2016 | Tickets £10

Mince Pie Reception: 6pm | Concert starts: 7pm

St Andrew’s & St George’s West, George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PA

Join Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland for a special evening of celebration and remembrance in the beautiful oval church of St Andrew’s and St George’s West. This truly will be a night to remember, as we come together to sing seasonal songs, honour loved ones and celebrate the work of Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.

Feel free to join us from 6pm to enjoy a mince pie and a warming drink before the concert begins at 7pm.

Tickets will also be available to purchase at the church on the evening of the event.

Help decorate the CHSS Christmas Tree with a personalised star

During the evening there will be a time of reflection when the audience will be invited to place a personalised star on the Christmas tree. These stars can be personalised to honour, remember or thank someone – perhaps someone inspirational or who helped with your recovery.  

Stars can be purchased for a suggested donation of £5 when you book your tickets for Carols at Christmas.

Even if you are unable to join us, you can still dedicate a star and we will inscribe your chosen words and display your star on the Christmas tree on your behalf. 

If you are unable to attend the evening but would like to personalise a star please click below. Once your booking is made you will receive a confirmation which will invite you to write your message.

To find out more or book your ticket or order your star Here.

 On Line Speaker Jennifer Jones 7th December

Canadian Jennifer Jones has managed to break through the glass ceiling in Rotary and will be RI President in a few years. We are thrilled to announce that Jennifer will be our next Keynote on-line speaker.
A TV production company owner, she joined Rotary in 1997 and is now one of Rotary International most recognised communicators, having presented keynote addresses and training workshops at more than 100 conferences throughout the world, including North America and more recently in St. Petersburg. Former Chair of the Strengthening Rotary’ Advisory Group, she is currently Vice President of Rotary International and RI Director for Zones 28/29 (want to know where these are? check it out Here)

Early booking for the event at 7pm (GMT) on Wednesday, 7th December is recommended. Please go to our Facebook page HERE  to register.

More about Jennifer can be found at Rotary News

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