Maidenhead Bridge Rotary Club is inviting the community to team up with members for a virtual networking evening on Monday, October 12.

The event will take place on Zoom from 7pm to 8pm.

The club has traditionally met on the first and third Sundays of the month at Costa Coffee in Maidenhead - but this has been replaced by meetings on Zoom during the pandemic.

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Club president Victoria Williams hopes the meeting on October 12 can help it continue to expand, providing young professionals and parents aged 30 or so with an opportunity to get involved.

She said: "We want to share the great things we’re doing in the community and let others know how they can get involved, while at the same time giving people the opportunity to network with other business leaders, community leaders and volunteers.”

Anyone interested in taking can part in the network evening can register their interest on to get an invitation.

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Maidenhead Bridge Rotary Club is the mastermind behind the Rotary Volunteer Response Project that has been supporting more than 150 households by doing errands while people have been in self-isolation over the past seven months.

The club also organises well-loved community events in the town such as the Annual Easter Family Fun Day in Grenfell Park, Reindeer Racing in The Nicholson Shopping Centre and the annual Health Awareness Day in the town centre.