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Heart of England Rotary


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The District brings together 63 Clubs and some 1,650 Rotarians in an area centred on Birmingham and the West Midlands and including parts of Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire. From Lichfield in the North to Shipston-on-Stour in the South, from Rugby in the East to Bewdley in the West we serve those multi-racial communities which are truly at England's heart.

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Rotary International is a worldwide organisation of 1.2 million men and women providing humanitarian and educational support to local and international communities. Are you looking for a challenge and interested in helping your fellow mankind? Then read on at Join Rotary.

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Check out the new Rotaract Club we are forming in Birmingham.

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See the latest news for Rotarians in the For Members and Clubs section.

Rotary at Warwickshire Pride

The Club Raising Funds for Polio for Pride

The Leamington Spa Regency Rotary Group joined in with Warwickshire Pride celebrations Saturday 28th JUne, raising £160 for The Rotary End Polio Now campaign with a “Purple Prizes for Polio at Pride” tombola.  Why the colour purple?  Because it is the tiny dab of colour on a child’s little finger that indicates that that child has been immunised against polio.  Just £1 will protect five children. 

WATER-SURVIVAL BOX UPDATE 17 - 2013/14 - CHILE EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI

On 1 Apr 2014, a 8.2-magnitude earthquake occurred in the shallow depths near the Chilean coast, 95 km Northwest of Iquique. It was the largest in a sequence of earthquakes in northern Chile that started on 1 Jan 2014. A tsunami alert was issued for Chile, Peru and Ecuador, and later extended to Colombia and Panama; tsunami watches were issued for Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico. Timely alert messages allowed for the evacuation of close to 1 million people in areas with high tsunami risk on the coast of Chile and Easter Island. Six people were killed, around 2,000 houses near Iquique were damaged, and power and utility network interruptions, minor flooding and landslides affecting roads were reported.

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If you have any questions about any of the Programmes or Competitions we run, please use the form below to contact the committee.

WATER-SURVIVAL BOX UPDATE - PHILIPPINES TYPHOON HAIYAN

Thanks  to the very significant response of Rotary Clubs across RIBI and Scandinavia we were able to send a total of 800 Water-Survival Boxes that were distributed by our partner aid agency Humanity First to displaced families in the Western Visayas area of the Central Philippines. With your help we have since been gradually building our stock ready for ‘the next one’. 

Youth Speaks Competition

Youth Speaks 153 Yoth Speaks

Are you ready to get yourself heard with the RIBI Youth Speaks competition?

The Rotary Youth Speaks Competition is well established and successful within our District 1060 and within RIBI.

This competition aims to offer young people

Meetup - Leamington Spa Regency

Meetup

Leamington Spa Regency is now on Meetup the social media site that promotes not for profit clubs and societies.http://www.meetup.com/Leamington-Spa-Regency-Rotary-Group/

Why don't you join and become a Meetup Rotarian?  Learn about what we are doing and where to meet.

Appeal for unwanted hearing aids

Rotarian Paul Wood of the Rotary Club of Birmingham has collected over 21,000 redundant hearing aids to help children in developing countries who suffer from impaired hearing. As digital hearing aids replace analogue versions, Paul has been collecting the unwanted devices to give children in third world countries such as India the chance to hear for the first time.

Champagne tea and open gardens at Whichford.

Club or Group: 
Shipston-on-Stour
Date and Time: 
Sunday, June 8, 2014 - 14:00 - 18:00
Explore this lovely Cotswold village with its ancient church and old pub and enjoy a champagne tea in one of the gardens. £10 tickets from Judith on 01295 680042 jasling@tiscali.co.uk
Location: 
Whichford

Poster

Guatemala Literacy Project - Tour of Guatemala

The primary aim of GLP is to break the cycle of poverty in Guatemala through literacy and education, often in the seriously underprivileged Mayan communities.

John Stanton from the Rotary Club of Kenilworth has recently returned from a tour of Guatemala where he visited the Guatemala Literacy Project in action. Rotarians from the USA, Canada, the Cayman Islands, the UK and Rotary International, joined with non Rotarians and GLP staff to enjoy this experience. The Tour covered 15 schools, with presentations on each of the 4 literacy programmes in different locations.

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