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Member Spotlight: Tanya Barad

Member Spotlight

Name: Tanya Barad DTM

Date Joined Toastmasters: Mar 2013

Home Club – Heart of England (also a member of Walsall Speakers and New Street Speakers)

Journey Highlights:

  • Been Secretary, VPPR, VPE, President and Area Director (Area 39 inc new 42, Division E)
  • Organised multiple training days including the one for Elizabeth Nostedt, Regional Advisor, in Jan 2019
  • Pathways Ambassador
  • Easyspeak Guru for D71
  • Realignment Committee Chair in 2017-2018
  • Got my DTM July 2018
  • Finished 1st path in Pathway (Presentation Mastery)
  • Received District 71 Toastmaster of the Year for 2017-2018
  • Founding member of Walsall Speaker and New Street Speakers
  • Club Sponsor for Godiva Speakers and Walsall Speakers, Club Mentor for Deutsche Bank Birmingham and New Street Speakers
  • Got to Division E contest level in Evaluation 2019

Why did I join Toastmasters?

I had an unusual start to Toastmasters. I was 21, in my first post-education job and working mostly on conference calls with people in other countries. My manager received a lot of complaints that certain cultures struggled to understand me – I literally got introduced as “the girl you can’t understand”! So, my manager strongly encouraged me to go to Toastmasters and that is how I found my home club, Heart of England Speakers.

Over the months I focused on my communication skills and colleagues started to understand me better. I gained my confidence, invited my mom along as a hobby for her and we both got drawn into the Toastmasters world. As I progressed with my career as a Project Manager, I found myself requiring leadership skills, so I started to focus on these and joined the committee as VPPR and then VPE. I absolutely fell in love with the VPE role! I progressed on to President and Area Director but always find myself coming back to VPE.

How has Toastmasters helped you?

The obvious answers I would say are being a better speaker and leader. But Elizabeth Nostedt explains that we should describe the benefits of Toastmasters with your story of how it has helped you. I started Toastmasters as an immature, young adult who didn’t really know much about the real world. Whilst I have grown up as a person in general, Toastmasters has been the real cause of how I became what I like to think of as a fully functioning adult. I can speak better, so I can say what I really want to say whether at work, with large crowds or with radio interview opportunities. I have a real understanding of leadership which has enabled me to have a career, allowed me to practise skills like organising events and take on managerial roles which I will soon need to use at work! I have confidence, meaning I now want to do more with my life, make my mark on the world and make an impact. But mostly, Toastmasters has given me opportunity. There are very few places in life where you can try something out of your comfort zone AND receive support whilst you do it. If it weren’t for Toastmasters, I would never have organised my first club officer training, which has led me to organising a training day which opened into charity events. I would never have spoken in public, which has led to presentations at work, being a guest speaker at events and then radio interviews. Without Toastmasters, I would probably still be a shy, quiet girl who was nervous making a phone call at work, not organising international events, speaking to hundreds of people and doing what I love in life.

What are you most proud of about your club?

I am a member of multiple clubs and it is the same answer for all 3: the members. There is something amazing about watching a member do something for the first time or do finally something they said they would never be able to do. When you see a member suddenly overcome a hurdle and give a good speech or especially Table Topic, that’s when I smile and am proud of my clubs for being able to help the member achieve this.

Bonus questions:

Highlight of the week: Receive Toastmaster of the Year at the Norwich Conference

Best advice you’ve ever been given: Think of all the great people in the world. They started where we are now. If they can do it, why can’t we?

Hobby: Fundraising and raising awareness of Endometriosis UK

Jean Stewart #ChantalCookePR

How to add humour to your speech/presentation – even if you are not a comedian.

There is no doubt that anyone listening to a presentation will learn more from it if they have enjoyed themselves.

Chantal Cooke (#ChantalCookePR) of Panpathic Communications is a Public Relations agent retained by Districts 71 and 91 to help us obtain national press coverage. See here to read the article writing brief and you might win tickets to the next district conference.

Jean Stewart
Jean Stewart, Doncaster Speakers

Biography: Jean Stewart is an experienced business advisor with over 28 years working with businesses in the South Yorkshire Region.
She has earned a reputation for being an honest, straightforward and to-the-point business consultant and mentor.
She develops and writes her own training material, and uses her ability to observe the quirky nature of human behaviour. As a result most of her presentations have an element of humour in them. Also she has carried out comedy material in clubs across Yorkshire. This she feels has improved her confidence in the delivery of humour. Also she has been a member of Toastmaster International for over seven years, and the combination of experience and presentation skills training has enabled her to feel confident in the use of humour.

12th June 2019

How to add humour to your speech/presentation – even if you are not a comedian

https://www.ceo-review.com/2019-how-to-add-humour-to-your-speech-presentation-even-if-you-are-not-a-comedian

CEO Review: Readership: 60k

The publication “offers the very latest insight, interviews and profiles of Chief Executive Officers from across the corporate landscape.”

30th May 2019

How to add touches of humour to your presentation and win over your audience

How to add touches of humour to your presentation and win over your audience

Family Friendly Working: Readership: 10k

24th May 2019

How to win over your audience during a presentation

https://dealersupport.co.uk/how-to-win-over-your-audience-during-a-presentation/

Dealer Support: Readership: 12k

How to add humour to your business presentation and win over your audience

https://businesscomputingworld.co.uk/t/how-to-add-humour-to-your-business-presentation-and-win-over-your-audience/2730

Business Computing World: Readership: 150k

13th May 2019

Tips for injecting humour into your business presentations or speeches

Tips for injecting humour into your business presentations or speeches

LID Radio Readership: 26,000

9th May 2019

How to add humour to your presentation – without going to comedy school

https://www.networkshe.co.uk/business-support/how-to-add-humour-to-your-presentation-without-going-to-comedy-school/

Network She Readership: 18,000

8th May 2019

How can you use humour to engage your audience in your business presentations?

http://www.kentbusinessradio.co.uk/humour

Kent Business Radio Readership: 178,000

3rd May 2019

How to use humour, even in a finance presentation

How to use humour, even in a finance presentation

Small Business Insider Readership: 2,000

2nd May 2019

Add Humor to Your Presentation

Add Humor to Your Presentation

Indezine Readership: 10,000

April ’19 Member Spotlight

  • Name Helen Kelly
  • Date Joined Toastmasters Feb 2014
  • Home Club Livingston Speakers

Journey highlights

  • won a contest; Club Contest
  • visited another club- visited Linlithgow Speakers, Dunfermline Toastmasters, and Stirling Speakers all in Area 33

Why did you join Toastmasters?

I joined as I wanted to gain leadership skills to help with my work and voluntary commitments.

How has Toastmasters helped you?

It has made me more confident and able to deal with situations without panicking

What are you most proud of about your Toastmaster Club?

The amount of people who have benefitted from the programme and who have gained skills and confidence.

What’s been the highlight of your week?

Visiting Stirling Speakers, the newly chartered club in Area 33.

What are you working on now?

Workbook – speciality speeches

What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?

Pause – I’m a pause promoter as this can help eradicate ah’s and ums.

What technology innovation made the most impact on your life and why?

My phone. I rarely use a computer now as I can send emails, take photos, use Facebook all on my phone. It’s easy to carry around and I can upload instantly.

What is the best thing that’s happened to you in the last year?

Becoming Area Director for Area 33

Where’s your favourite place in the world?

York

Who inspires you?

Pauline Dix my mentor and founder member of Livingston Speakers

What is your greatest achievement?

Every time I complete a manual is an achievement

Mar 19 Member Spotlight

Name: Martina Clancy

Date joined: March 2016

Clonmel Toastmasters, Co Tipperary, Republic of Ireland

Club number: 00005462, meetings 2nd & 4th Thursday each month

Highlights

  • Club Officer roles: Membership Management, VP Education and currently President
  • Completed CL, CC and PL1 pathways
  • Contributed in achieving President’s Distinguished for the last 3 years

My quote:

Give it a go before you make up your mind, you might even enjoy it.

My sister asked me to come to her first Toastmasters meeting with her. After sharing that experience with a friend, three of us joined in March 2016. I saw Toastmasters as an opportunity to help me to prepare for a job interview. I set and achieved my goal to complete my CL within 12 months. I served as VP Education and VP Membership – increasing membership by 33% in a six-month period.

My confidence in presenting in public has grown. I improved my listening skills. I learned many transferable skills in Toastmasters, that I can utilise in my career.

The evaluations and feedback, I receive from club members tell me what works and what doesn’t. I learned the importance and power of a ‘PAUSE’! My club is supportive and positive. It is a safe space with no negativity. I tell others that Toastmasters is a superb platform that provides tools that offer skills for life, both personal and professional.

As Club President, I encourage all our members to take ownership and responsibility for making our club the friendliest and the best. Our members are friendly, committed and organised. They bring a range of experiences, facts and great stories.

Our most recent success was our open night where we had a Clonmel Toastmasters record of 13 guests. This was achieved by all members promoting our club and sharing a combined vision. At every meeting, I remind members that it is our club and encourage them to participate and strive to achieve as much as they can.

I joined Toastmasters to help me with preparing for an interview, but I got so much more: confidence, improved communication and leadership skills, new friends and THE JOB!

Feb ’19 Member Spotlights

Member Spotlights

Asma Riaz

  • Date joined Toastmasters International: March 2013
  • Home Club: Walsall Speakers (Division E)

Journey Highlights

  • Served as a Walsall Speakers Club President for 2 years
  • Got to Division E Contest level in Humorous Speech Contest 2018
  • Walsall Speakers chartered in September 2018
  • Presented at Toastmasters events such as Better Speaker Series Days, Leadership Days and Club Officer Trainings
  • Conducted Youth Leadership project at a local Junior School, which was a success

Why I joined Toastmasters?

In 2012 I started my new job and the role entailed a lot of speaking in the forms of training, speaking to customers internal and external. It was early on in my career and I froze while conducting a training session in front of 50+ people. I felt like I had failed myself and felt nervous knowing I would have to conduct more training sessions! One of my colleagues asked if I had a Toastmasters club near me, she really boasted about the fantastic experience she had with toastmasters and mentioned if I could find a club and try it out it might help me at work! I felt like a ray of hope had hit me and maybe this is what I had needed to do to get myself back on track!

I went to visit Heart of England Club in December 2012 and became a member in March 2013. The members were so welcoming and encouraging and just the environment I needed!

How has toastmasters helped me?

Toastmasters was a life saver for me, it has been like a springboard of opportunities. Since joining Toastmasters, I have run many training sessions at work, had plenty of interactions with clients and have been kindly promoted 3 times in the last 6 years, I always asked the reason for promotion and always ask what can I do better? I was told it was the skills I have obtained in being able to lead, being confident taking a task and running with it and having the ability to explain the same thing in different ways. All these skills came from being a committed Toastmaster and practice makes perfect!

Outside work I feel as though I have found my voice, I practise Tae Kwon Do and in the years of being a Toastmaster I finally plucked up the courage to become an instructor and without Toastmasters, I would not have been able to lead classes on my own.

My aim now is to do the Area Director role, gaining my DTM award and helping others achieve their goals. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing others progress and being the best versions of themselves!

What are you most proud of about your Toastmasters club?

I am currently the President of Walsall Speakers. There are so many things I am so proud of with this club I don’t think I can limit it to just one! We recently chartered in September 2018 and it was such an achievement and commitment from the club committee to get the word out there and get us finally on the map! Since then the club has gone from strength to strength and the vibe is so amazing every time we meet! I always leave with a positive energy wanting to achieve so much more!

Mohammed Raza Khan

  • Date joined Toastmasters International: November 2013
  • Home Club: Hertfordshire Speakers (Division H)

Journey Highlights:

  • Helped in dealing with C’ level people (Chief Level e.g. Chief Financial Officer) and gained the confidence to deliver a presentation which brings business to the company.
  • Invited to deliver two keynotes at Cambridge University on Emotional Intelligence and Multitasking

Why I joined Toastmasters?

While working in the IT industry, I got the opportunity to speak in front of 200 people in Belgium on a technology problem. The presentation did not go as planned, but that gave me the motivation to learn more about public speaking and gain confidence. Eventually, I attended a Toastmaster meeting in Bristol. Later I move back to Hatfield, and that is where I joined Hertfordshire Speakers, and since then I have never looked back.

How has Toastmasters helped me?

Since joining Toastmasters, my confidence has improved tremendously, due to the valuable feedback I have received from club members. I see clearly what works and what doesn’t

Learning to track my time, construct a concise message and control my filler words and getting valuable feedback has helped with my efforts to learn public speaking and gain confidence in delivering speeches.

My colleagues, friends, peers, and staff now come to me for advice on how to improve their confidence and increase their presentation skills. I advise them to join Toastmasters to practise speaking in front of an audience and to develop their stories and story-telling abilities. Public speaking is a significant way to establish credibility and attract clients.

What are you most proud of about your Toastmasters club?

My club offers a supportive environment and an atmosphere where I feel safe. Members like Elizabeth Jordon, Bob Ferguson, Jillian Haslam and Davina Malcolm are friendly, committed, organised and willing to help, and they are great story-tellers. Sometimes we meet outside the club for special celebrations. It is great being a member.

“Toastmasters (Hertfordshire) offers a secure & supportive environment and an atmosphere I enjoy—I feel safe there.”

Sue Burt

  • Date Joined Toastmasters International: October 2018
  • Home Club Northampton Speakers (Division H)

Journey Highlights:

  • Elected Vice President of Public Relations January 2019

Why I joined Toastmasters?

Almost two years ago I read an article in a newspaper about Toastmasters. I had previously imagined them to be a stuffy guild for the kind of Toastmaster you see at posh weddings – how wrong I was.

I was looking for ways to improve my confidence, having been in the same job for the previous 17 years and therefore rusty on interview techniques! I had even turned down the offer of presenting a piece of work at a National developer conference – potentially a significant career boost – because I was petrified of the very idea. Meeting more local people was also a priority; having commuted an hour each way for those 17 years, I knew very few people in my home town.

How has toastmasters helped me?

It took almost a year for me to pluck up the courage to go along to a meeting and, when I did, I thoroughly enjoyed it! It was interesting, fun and everyone was very friendly. I noticed how supportive they all were and decided to go along, as a guest, some more. At each meeting I was asked to talk about my experience, and I spoke first time – for a full 15 seconds – from my seat. The next time I was invited to the front to do the same and, slowly with all that support and applause, I gained confidence.

When I joined, and gave my first speech, I was surprised to find that I enjoyed it! I may not be good at it… yet… and am still very nervous, but I do enjoy public speaking. Now, if asked to give a speech at a national conference, I would no longer run away screaming.

Gordon Adams #ChantalCookePR

Gordon tackled the subject of great speech openings to leave your audience well and truly hooked.

What do a great novel and a great speech have in common?  They both grab people’s attention at the very beginning. From the moment you first open your mouth to speak, you need to hook your audience’s attention

Chantal Cooke (#ChantalCookePR) of Panpathic Communications is a Public Relations agent retained by Districts 71 and 91 to help us obtain national press coverage. See here to read the article writing brief and you might win tickets to the next district conference.

#ChantalCookePR

Gordan Adams of North Bucks Speakers (Milton Keynes)

1st April 2019

Seven ways to give your speech a flying start

Seven ways to give your speech a flying start

Business Leader Readership: 120,520 visits per month

29th March 2019

How to grab immediate attention when you start your presentation

https://businesscomputingworld.co.uk/t/how-to-grab-immediate-attention-when-you-start-your-presentation/1931

Business Computing World Readership: 150k

28th March 2019

https://www.businessinsider.com/toastmasters-presentation-tricks-hook-audience-2019-3?r=US&IR=T

Business insider: Readership: 36,683,285 (monthly unique views)

28th February 2019

Richard Foster Fletcher lends a hand to Gordon Adams with this radio interview on Speech Openings.

https://www.shareradio.co.uk/podcasts/share-interview-the-secrets-of-speech-making-28-feb-19/PodcastPlayer

ShareRadio Listeners: 35k
It is already on Twitter https://twitter.com/ShareRadioUK/status/1101158271556218880 (where they have 11k followers)
We have been told that the interview will be broadcast on Share Radio on Monday 4th March at 12.30.

27th February 2019

How to engage your audience from the first words of your speech

Lidradio Readership: 26k

22nd February 2019

How to Make Your Presentation Fly

Indezine Readership: 10k

21st February 2019

How to create an attention-grabbing opening for your speech

Small Business Insider Readership: 1000

How to Grab Attention with the Opening Words of Your Presentation

Your Coffee Break Readership:17k The editor has but it on Twitter @urcoffeebreak

Division Autumn ’18 Contest Photos

We invited the Division Directors to send in a picture or two from their contest if possible. This is what they sent

Division A Humorous Speech 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Left to right: Humorous Speech winner: Laura Mehigan (Cork Douglas TM); Division A Director Phillip O’Brien; 2nd place – Holly Blake (Carrigaline TM) and 3rd place – Paula Kelleher (Guardian TM) Division A Table Topics 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Left to right: Table Topics winner: Murt O Súilleabháin (Bishopstown TM); Division A Director Phillip O’Brien; 2nd place – John Keating (Republic of Work TM) and 3rd place – Eric Downey (Cork East TM)
The Humorous speech contest winner, Sean Dwan {“Roscrea Speakers” club}, with the Division “B” director, Larry Lyons. The table topics contest winner, Pat Sexton {“Speak Easy” (Mallow) club}, with the Division “B” director, Larry Lyons.

Division C Stephen Morrow (Lagan Valley) 1st place Humorous Speech

Division C Deirdre Davis (Phoenix Tara) 1st place Topics
Charles Shier (Contest Chair), Tom Murphy (Humorous Speech winner), Shaun Durkin (Division D Director). Charles Shier (Contest Chair), Kae Slattery (Table Topics winner), Shaun Durkin (Division D Director).
Hello from Division E contest

Humorous Speech winner Rob Partridge congratulated by Division F Director Pat Croke


Table Toipics winner Gerry McNutty congratulated by Division F Director Pat Croke


Division G Director Aleex Knibbs and Humorous Speech winner Peter Lawton


Division G Director Aleex Knibbs and Table Topics winner: Angéline Chenu


Division H Tom Farrell (North Bucks Speakers) 1st Place Humorous Speech. Left to right: Steve Campion (Division H Director), Ryan Parke, Tom Farrell, Kat Anderson, and Faye Ritchie (Area 14 Director and Contest Chair)

Division H Vinette Hoffman Jackson (Bedford Speakers) 1st place Table Topics. Left to right: Binal Sawjani (Area 44 Director and Contest chair), Samantha Fairclough, Vinette Hoffman Jackson, Clifford Hurst, and Steve Campion (Division H Director)

Division J Humorous Speech winner Dermot Carey (Uncensored Club) being presented with his trophy by P.J. Claffey, Area 57 Director, who was Contest Chair

Division J winner of the Table Topics Contest was Elaine Gallagher (Dublin Toastmasters Club) being presented with her trophy by Mairead Murphy, Area 7 Director, who was the Contest Chair
Division M Humorous Speech Contest winners 2018/19. Left to Right: Jill McGrath (Greystones) 2nd, Chris Werner (Dublin South) 1st, Will Doyle (Wicklow) 3rd. Division M Table Topica contest 2018/19 winners. Left to Right: Eoin Broin (Clondalkin) 2nd; Mary Burnham (Area 5 Director) Contest Chair; Carmel Wynne (Engineers) 1st; Patrick Byrne (UCD Smurfit) 3rd.

Division N Humorous Speech contestants. Kate Trafford of Warrington Toastmasters (2nd left) won

Division N Table Tropic contestants. On Right Division N Director John McFadzean and 2nd right winner Jonathan Carvell (Doncaster Speakers)

Division S Director Avril Stringer & Jim Boyd (Contest chair) – Humorous Speech contest winner – William Feek

Division S Director Avril Stringer & Pauline Dix (Contest chair) – Table Topics contest winner – John Wood

2018 Fun Festive Photos

2018 Fun Festive Photos! Let us join in the festive season together over the coming months of The District Newsletter. Send in your pictures to Daniel.pr_manager_d71@sandars.org.uk

“We learn best in moments of enjoyment” Ralph Smedley

Here We Come a Wassailing:
Traditional Christmas Carol Song Lyrics

 

Here we come a-wassailing
Among the leaves so green;
Here we come a-wand’ring
So fair to be seen.

And all your kin and kinsfolk,
That dwell both far and near;
We wish you a Merry Christmas
And a Happy New year

A few to get us started

Karen O’Donnell #ChantalCookePR

Karen tackled the subject of the presentation pitfalls you need to avoid to gain more sales – we are all selling be it a message, a service or a product.

Chantal Cooke (#ChantalCookePR) of Panpathic Communications is a Public Relations agent retained by Districts 71 and 91 to help us obtain national press coverage. See here to read the article writing brief and you might win tickets to the next district conference.

karen O'Donnell #ChantalCookePR

Karen O’Donnell of Baltinglass speakers Toastmasters

13th January 2019

How to avoid pitfalls, improve your presentation and make more sales

Family Friendly Working Readership: 10k

3rd January 2019

How to avoid presentation pitfalls and make more sales

How to avoid presentation pitfalls and make more sales

NetworkShe Readership: 18k

21st December 2018

Presentation pitfalls to avoid if you want to close more deals

https://www.recruiter.co.uk/advice/2018/12/presentation-pitfalls-avoid-if-you-want-close-more-deals

The Recruiter Readership: 53k

19th December 2018

How to improve your chance of signing more deals after your presentation

https://www.bbpmedia.co.uk/business-insights/professionalservices/how-to-improve-your-chance-of-signing-more-deals-after.html

bbpMedia Readership: 40k

12th December 2018

Eight presentation pitfalls to avoid if you want to make more sales

https://dealersupport.co.uk/eight-presentation-pitfalls-to-avoid-if-you-want-to-make-more-sales/

Dealer Support Readership: 10k

12th December 2018

8 presentation pitfalls to avoid if you want to close more deals/make more sales

8 presentation pitfalls to avoid if you want to close more deals/make more sales

Entrepreneur and Investor Readership: 40k

The day Dan Rex, CEO of Toastmasters International, came to District 71

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By Patricia O’Reilly, DTM, District 71 Director, 2018-19

It was on, it was off and then miraculously it was on again and Dan Rex touched down on District 71 soil on Friday 16th November.

After a quick lunch it was off to EI Toastmasters to present the Toastmasters International Corporate Recognition Award to Enterprise Ireland, the company that supports EI Toastmasters. The engraving reads “Toastmasters International recognizes Enterprise Ireland for enhancing employee engagement through continuing support of Toastmasters Communication and Leadership programs”.

At EI, Lucy Clarke took on the role of Toastmaster and we were treated to a moving speech by member Greg Coyle, inspiring words from Dan Rex as he presented the award and an acceptance speech by Stephen Creaner, Executive Director of Enterprise Ireland.

Next it was off to pre-charter club Irish Life where Ronan Kearney and Paul Egan had organised a lively topics session and Dan spoke about the benefits of joining a Toastmasters club.
Dan Rex District 71 Ireland
On Friday evening Dan addressed the audience at the Division M contest and impressed everyone with his easy, relaxed style and his accessibility. Running a contest is pressure enough but that pressure is magnified when the CEO of Toastmasters International is attending. My thanks to the Division M team – Teresa, Bobby, Shalini and John.

Dan Rex District 71 IrelandOne member of Toastmasters was sitting on a train at 6 am on Saturday morning as he travelled from Cork to Dublin to interview Dan for his [District 71 sponsored] Podcast “Talk Show for Talkers”. [see http://www.irishtalkers.com/ on 24th Nov and 7th Dec shows]

That’s commitment for you. Ted Mellamphy is seen here interviewing Dan. I was present at this interview and I was struck by Ted’s interviewing style. It was like looking at two people having a relaxed fireside chat, although there were times when I wondered just who was interviewing whom.

Saturday afternoon Dan delivered an informative and thought-provoking workshop on “Quality Clubs”. He started this workshop by flashing on screen the club mission which is “to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth“. He then dissected the mission statement word by word. It redefined for us what is at the heart of our clubs. Everyone who attended the workshop was struck by Dan’s accessibility, by his knowledge of the club environment and what makes a quality club. Dan was very generous with his time and willingly and patiently posed for photographs. I am indebted to Colin Byford for the photographs which follow. It was an honour to have Dan Rex visit our District. He was likeable, approachable and gave very generously of his time.

Dan Rex District 71 Ireland

Dan Rex District 71 Ireland

Dan Rex District 71 Ireland

Dan Rex District 71 Ireland

Please note: Colin Byford sent me the photographs he took at the workshop. If Colin took any of you then email me patriciaoreillytm@gmail.com and I’ll email it to you.