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Friday “Fun Factory” – Our plans for the new style Friday evening are now in place. The evening starts at 7.00 for 7.20 with a two course supper, and then the fun really begins. We have roulette, blackjack, craps, a golf simulator, two F1 simulators, an 8 track Scalextric, giant Jenga and Connect 4. Something for everyone, prizes to be won, and the chance to be just a little competitive within your own club, or with your neighbours! Dress code: casual.


Saturday Plenary session – The first session starts in the Telford International Centre at 10.00. Light lunches, sandwiches, soup etc. will be on sale within the Centre, so there will be no need to leave the Centre before the afternoon session starts. Full details of the lunch menu can be found on the website: www.rotary1090conference2015.co.uk.


Saturday Evening – Our dinner dance will again be 7.30 for 8.00 and will start with an absolutely superb meal, believe us, we have tasted it! Dress code for the evening is smart/formal. Gorgeous dresses for the ladies and DJs or lounge suits for the gentlemen. The theme for the evening is black and white, with a touch of red.


Telford now includes Ironbridge Gorge, a scenic tourist destination and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town advertises itself as "The Birthplace of Industry", due to its proximity to Coalbrookdale and other places in the Ironbridge Gorge area, which are internationally recognised as being important to the Industrial Revolution, and being to a large extent constructed on the Shropshire Coalfield. The River Severn flows along its southernmost boundary.


It is named after civil engineer Thomas Telford. The town was put together in the 1960s and 1970s as a new town on previously industrial and agricultural land and smaller towns. Like other planned towns of the era, Telford was created from the merger of other, smaller settlements, most notably the towns of Wellington, Oakengates, Madeley and Dawley. Telford Shopping Centre, a modern shopping mall, was constructed at the new town's geographical centre, along with an extensive Town Park. The M54 motorway was completed in 1983, connecting the town with the West Midlands conurbation.


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