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Chair’s diary September

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Published: 04/09/2015


Please find below a list of civic engagements to be carried out by the Chairman of South Gloucestershire Council Cllr Erica Williams or Vice Chair Cllr Katherine Morris.

Saturday 5 September, 1.30pm
Chair to attend Bitton Village Fete.

Saturday 5 September, 3.30pm
Chair to attend Three Brooks Nature Conservation Group’s 10th Anniversary Picnic on ‘The Tump’ at Three Brooks Nature Reserve, Bradley Stoke.

Saturday 5 September, 3.45pm
Vice Chair to attend Methodist Church Welcome Service for new ministers at St Mary Redcliffe Church, Redcliffe Way, Bristol.

Wednesday 16 September, 6pm
Chair to attend Summer Reading Challenge Medal Ceremony at Filton Library to celebrate the success of children completing the challenge.

Friday 18 September, 6.30pm
Chair to attend charity dinner at Avon Valley Railway, Bitton featuring a raffle and silent auction. Money raised will be split between her two chosen charities – Avon Valley Railway and Wild Place Project.

Saturday 19 September, 4.30pm
Chair to attend inauguration of new Bishop of Gloucester, Bishop Rachel, at Gloucester Cathedral, College Green, Gloucester.

Monday 21 September, 7pm
Chair to attend Bristol & South Gloucestershire Girl Guides award evening at St Brendan’s Sixth Form College, Broomhill Road, Brislington, Bristol.

Friday 25 September, 7.30pm
Chair to attend Ability not Disability exhibition organised by the South Gloucestershire Disability Equality Network to promote the work of disabled artisans at Under the Edge Arts centre, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire.

Tuesday 29 September, 10am
Chair to attend Avon Federation Women’s Institute AGM at Thornbury Leisure Centre, Alveston Hill, Thornbury.

Wednesday 30 September, 7pm
Chair to attend 50th Year Celebration of St Augustine Church, Boscombe Crescent, Downend.


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