Welcome to Domasion Ragor's Website ----- "There is a forgotten, nay almost forbidden word, which means more to me than any other. That word is England". ------ (Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965)
  Getting Involved with St.George's Day

St.George's Day - Get Involved

Taking part in the St George's Day celebrations is easy – whether you to choose to spend the day with friends and family, neighbours, colleagues or the local community. You could plan a private celebration or organise an event for the public, which is also a great way to raise money for charity.

Our guide will contain loads of ideas for events and fundraising, but here are just a few to whet your appetite:

Schools can organise a special event on the day, such as a St George's Day lunch, or a sponsored silence

Try something new. Why not ask friends, colleagues and family to sponsor you for an activity you have never tried before?

Get your workmates involved - have a dress-down day at work and raise money for charity at the same time

Encourage your neighbours to hold a party to celebrate the day, charging guests a small sum to attend, which can be donated to charity

Organise an event, such as a disco, quiz night or charity auction. You'll be helping to bring people together on this special day, as well as creating an opportunity to raise money for charity

Rustle up a delicious meal for friends and family

Get creative. Why not hold a fancy dress competition, where guests pay to attend, and award a prize to the most inventive costume?

End the day by joining in the National Toast to England and St George.

For England and St.George!
Thought for the Day
Tomorrow is the day you were hoping for yesterday.
England's Claim of Right

I've signed The English Claim of Right

Remember to Fly the English Flag and Wear a Rose on St.George's Day April 23rd
A little bit about myself.
First and foremost I am English.
I am proud to be a member of the
Royal Society of St. George.

I am also a member of the
Royal British Legion and the
United Kingdom National Defence Association (UKNDA).

I was an officer in the Army Cadet Force
for over 25years.

I am a member of the English Democrats Party.

Links to all these organizations can be found in the
web-links section.

I also enjoy writing short stories (nothing published as yet!)
and samples of these are included on this site.
I also have another site devoted to my writings at: http://domasionragor.webs.com/

If I had a motto, it would be:
Honesty, Loyalty, Integrity.
Remember Your Towel!
Don’t Panic!
International Towel Day is
25th May

It can be said that anyone who can hitch the length and breadth of the [world], rough it, slum it, struggle against terrible odds, win through,
and still knows where his towel is,
is clearly a man to be reckoned with.'
(Copyright: Douglas Adams)
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