The 93rd Rotary in Great Britain & Ireland annual Conference 2018 was held in the seaside resort of Torquay on Friday 6th April – Sunday 8th April 2018.
A great weekend was had by all. Highlights included the tree planting ceremony on Torquay seafront, our Royal guest Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, some amazing speakers and the Beach Party of all beach parties on Saturday night.
Our conference venue this year was theRiviera Conference Centre, located in the heart of the community and with an inspirational setting by the sea. They have delivered an award winning track record of events and are committed to providing a first class conference for Rotary.
What was on offer
Enjoy an entertaining variety show with a variety of acts and including one of the most prestigious choirs in Wales, the Bridgend Male Choir. We are offering a complimentary ticket to this show for all FULL WEEKEND registrations!
Sample the fine dining at Torquay’s landmark hotel, The Grand Torquay. An elegant Victorian hotel with an AA rosette restaurant.
Inspiring and motivating speakers.
There’s an exciting twist to the usual Foundation Lunch this year, we’re offering three different Foundation Functions to choose from:
A tasty lunch with a motivating Foundation speaker;
Tours of the majestical caves at Kent’s Cavern and a Devonshire Cream Tea;
Enjoy lunch in ‘The Spanish Barn’ at the historical Torre Abbey, including insightful tours of the medieval Abbey to take at your leisure.
A themed ‘Beach Party’ night, so don your Hawaiian shirt and sunhats and enjoy dinner and dancing to the fantastic live music.
A packed and buzzing Conference Showcase Exhibition.
Various Rotary workshops tackling current issues on Membership, Dementia, Mulitmedia tips and Cyber Fraud prevention.
All this plus much more guarantees a weekend not to be missed.
So join Rotary in Britain and Ireland President 2017/18 Denis Spiller, who promises this conference will be packed with inspiring speakers and stunning entertainment. Come and join Rotary on the Riviera!
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