Rotary Club of Great Missenden
Cherie Blair visits the Club Stand

 18 June 2006

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Great Missenden Rotary Club had an opportunity to measure Cherie Blair's blood pressure as part of Rotary’s Stroke Awareness Promotion. The Club had a stand at Misbourne School’s 50th anniversary fete on Sunday 18 June 2006. It was a free service that the Club offered to all the visitors on that day. On that day, we were promoting tickets for the Duck Race as well.

Great Missenden Stand


Cherie Blair signs her consent form for taking the Blood pressure


Jenny Plews, a qualified nurse and wife of former Club President Gavin Plews did the blood 
pressure checks on Cherie Blair.


Just after the checks - L to R: Mike Rainford and John Coates.
In the foreground, Jenny Plews's sister Leela who was helping out with the
 registration prior to checks.


Cherie Blair with a big plastic duck…On that day, our Club was also promoting tickets for a 
Duck Race to raise money for McMillan Cancer Relief and other Rotary Charities.
Cherie Blair encouraged the Club to help another Group with plans for 
a Children's play area in Prestwood. 
From L to R: John Coates, Paul McDowell, Cherie Blair and Mike Rainford


At the 'Play in Prestwood' stand


... with the kids in 'Play in Prestwood' stand


Peter Booth minding the Ducks...and the Stand


Mike Rainford selling a ticket for the Duck Race.
Others: L to R - John Coates, Alan Maizels, Paul McDowell &
Peter Booth.


Elvis the Pelvis... another notable personality on the day!


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