New President for St Albans Rotary Club

ST ALBANS: A new Rotary Club president has begun his tenure and set himself the challenge of increasing its membership.

Simon Armstrong, who recently celebrated his 50th birthday, officially took over the role of president of the St Albans Priory Rotary Club from Edward Hackford in July.

The new president said his aim for the year was to encourage new members, men and women over 30, to join the club by showing them the various charitable activities that the Rotary Club was involved in and how the Rotary Club could enhance everyone’s life.

Simon has lived in Harpenden with his family for the last 20 years and works at Lonsdale Wealth Management based in St Albans. Prior to joining Lonsdale, he was a successful financial advisor and stockbroker.

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