Posted by Wayne Harper on Feb 25, 2018
Rotarian Pam Harrison has ditched the bikini weather of Portugal to visit the Rotary Peace Conference now taking place in England.
Friday, her first day of the visit, she visited the 676-year-old Coventry Cathedral.  These images represent the only part of the Cathedral not bombed in WWII
The main historical fact is a stage where William Shakespeare performed 7 times.  Pam is standing in front of that stage with the Lord Mayor of Coventry.
Come Sunday, Pam attended the 90th Anniversary of the Rotary Club of Stratford on Avon.  Shakespeare worshipped there and is buried inside.  Pam is seen with Club President Ian Reid.
Here she points to a plaque commemorating Shakespeare's grave.  Pam noted a highlight of the event was the singing of the Rotary Hymn, which was penned by our own Charlie Scobie.  Kinda brings a tear to one's eye!