Men's Fellowship Breakfasts
The Upper Wylye Valley Team Men’s Fellowship breakfast continues to be well attended with about 60 at each event. The breakfasts are held at the Bishopstrow House Hotel. It is a good venue with plenty of space; they provide an excellent breakfast with friendly and helpful service.
These events give an opportunity to meet new people and for us to share fellowship and prayer at the beginning of each month. A sum of money is collected at each event for a charity of the speaker's choice. The breakfasts are held at the Bishopstrow House Hotel and start at 8.15. They are normally complete by 9.30. The cost is £10 of which £2 is donated to a charity of the speaker's choice.
Please email email@example.com to register your attendance.
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Monday 2 October
Nick Jellicoe – Grandson of Adm Sir John Jellicoe and author of “Jutland – The Unfinished Battle” and designer of www.Jutland1916.com information portal website.
‘Describing his journey to write the book and build the website’.
Charity - Medicin sans Frontier
Monday 6 November
Francis Cornish – Foreign Office & Diplomatic career. Past Ambassador to Israel
‘The Middle East: the origins of today’s rivalries’
Charity - Shelterbox
Monday 4 December
Mr Robin Appel – Owner of Warminster Maltings
‘Maris Otter Barley, Warminster Maltings – Past , Present & Future’.
Charity - Local Charity TBC
Tuesday 9 January (NB Tuesday)
Bishop Edward Condry – Bishop of Ramsbury (Warminster based cycling Bishop).
Topic title ‘Pilgrimage’.
Charity - MACS – supporting children born without eyes or with underdeveloped eyes.
Monday 5 February
William Mitchell – Past CFO of PureCircle.
Topic Title ‘The challenges of bringing a new natural sweetener to market’.
Charity - Project Luangwa - Tourism supporting education in Zambia.
William Mitchell lives in Sutton Veny, where he is now able to live full time, having stepped down after several years as the Chief Financial Officer of PureCircle - a business that is the world’s leading producer of stevia ingredients and strives to establish itself as the ‘Everything Stevia' company. Stevia is a plant that produces a zero-calorie sweetener and offers the potential to address many of the problems resulting from the over consumption of conventional sugars.
Monday 5 March
Paul Boissier – CEO The RNLI.
Topic Title - ‘Saving Lives at Sea – The RNLI: Current successes & challenges and its future’.
Charity - RNLI
Vice Admiral Paul Boissier joined the RNLI in 2009 after a successful career in the Royal Navy involving command of both submarines and latterly surface ships before promotion to roles as the Chief of Fleet Support and latterly as Deputy Commander in Chief Fleet. He is responsible not only for the day to day running of the 238 lifeboat stations around the coast of the UK and Ireland, with running costs of over £177m, but also for the considerable international dimension to the RNLI’s work including the development of future classes of lifeboat.
Monday 9 April (2 Apr is Easter Monday)
Alex Saunt – UWV Men’s Fellowship Breakfast in-house speaker.
‘Linking the expansion & development of the British Expeditionary Force to the phases and battles of the First World War on the Western Front’.
Charity - Macmillan Nurses
We much look forward to seeing you at these Breakfasts which are lively, fun and a chance for fellowship and friendship.