A FEAST of ideas and ideals was celebrated when members of the Soroptimist International Nantwich and District Club held their 57th Charter Luncheon at The Portal Golf & Country Club at Tarporley.
More than 60 members and guests gathered to celebrate the work of the club.
Lions Club president Bill Heath proposed a toast to the club and praised the work that Soroptimist International do in partnership with the Lions, Rotary and Round Table.
He said in these times of major environmental disasters this joint approach was needed to help those who had lost their homes, families and livelihoods.
Sue Taylor, regional president of the Soroptimist International, praised the Nantwich and District Branch for helping to raise money and support more than 20 projects in the last year alone.
'Moving On - Making Tracks' is the theme for this year's president of the club, Marian Wade. She also spoke about her chosen charities Climb, a charity for children with metabolic disorders, and Railway Children, a charity working to rescue homeless children from railway stations across the world.
The Soroptimists have already raised more than £500m for these two charities but are aiming to do much more.