Borderland Rotary recently visited the Meze Greek Restaurant in Ellesmere for an away day social evening, and a good time was had by all.

Andy Boroughs, President of the club, said, “It was a little, and I mean a little, like a scene from Mama Mia, the musical and film, and I was tempted to break into ‘Knowing me, knowing you, aha!’ the old Abba favourite, but luckily club members restrained me.

“It was a great social evening and a very good turnout. But seriously, although the main purpose of Rotary is to serve the community, there is also a fellowship and social aspect to the club and I’m not sure how many people realise that planning, then running local events and raising and distributing money and services can be very rewarding and lots of fun as well!

“So, if you’d like to be involved with events such as Oswestry Fireworks night, The Christmas Parade, the Borderland Mountain Bike Challenge, why not come and join us – just Google Borderland Rotary – Oswestry and find out more at the website”.

Borderland Rotary meet every Wednesday evening – usually at the Sweeney House Hotel.

Pictured: Borderland Rotary enjoying a wonderful Greek meal.