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Date added: 07 March 2009

Question Time 

Panel of local well-known names help raise money for Swindon Rotary
 
An event modelled on BBC 'Question Time' proved hugely popular at Wrag Barn Golf Club last night.
 
A panel of local well-know names including former national newspaper owner Eddie Shah, RAF Fairford base commander Joseph Dill, Brian Moore, the chief constable of Wiltshire Police, judge Byron Cannon and GWRfm presenter Howard Taylor answered questions on a variety of subjects in aid of the Swindon Family Mediation Service.
 
Rotary Swindon North Question time event held at Wrag Barn Golf Club 06 March 2009
On the panel:
(l to r) question master Alan Fletcher, RAF Fairford base commander Joseph Dill, Hon Judge Byron Cannon, GWRfm presenter Howard Taylor, chief constable of Wiltshire Police Brian Moore, and former national newspaper owner Eddie Shah
Wrag Barn Golf Club, Highworth, Swindon - Rotary Swindon North Question Time 06 March 2009
 
The evening was organised by the Rotary Club of Swindon North in conjunction with the Highworth & District Lions Club.
 
"Huge thanks to all the panel for giving up their time to make it such an enjoyable and enlightening evening," said Rotary president-elect Barry Wicks.
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