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MERCY SHIPS UK We welcome the opportunity to share our work and volunteering opportunities at club meetings throughout the year.Our speakers provide an inspiring, illustrated presentation about the work of the world’s largest charity hospital-ship, the Africa Mercy, and dedicated volunteers who provide free medical treatments in countries that lack healthcare [email protected] The Royal Navy Presentation Team is a small team of officers, sailors and Royal Marines who tour the country talking to the general public about the role and the importance of the Royal Navy.In the last year the team has briefed audiences ranging from U3As, WIs and Rotary Clubs to business leaders and Members of Parliament.Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the biggest cause of sight loss and the older we are, the greater our risk. We provide free information and services to improve the lives of people affected and fund research so that one day we can overcome macular disease.Our team of volunteer speakers and staff cover the UK so if you would like an inspiring and informative talk about looking after your vision please contact Stella Black.March- November WOOD Entertaining, Enlightening, Excellent, Enjoyable, Educational, Engaging – these are just some of the words that have been used to describe Roy Wood and his presentations by Probus Club members.
The team goes through the different types of operations and where the Navy is currently operating around the globe.
I realise your 2017 dates will be full but if you have a cancellation please call me.
I do not charge for coming, I do not refuse a donation towards travel!
SPEAKERS – ORGANISED BY AREA PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING MESSAGE FOR CLUBS NEAR STEVENAGE: From: Lt Col Peter Sweeney RFD (Ret’d) Email: [email protected] am a retired Australian army reserve lieutenant colonel, battlefield tour guide and speaker on military history.
I am staying in Stevenage in the first week of May this year (2018) en route to battlefield guiding in Gallipoli.