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Community Service is the opportunity Rotary clubs have to implement club projects and activities that improve life in the local community.

Southam College Eco Club Nature Reserve

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The Rotary Club of Southam 2000 has been supporting Southam College Eco Club Nature reserve since its inception.

On the 15th July the Nature Reserve was officially opened with glowing endorsements from MP Jeremy Wright and Councillor Mike Brooks, Mayor of Southam.

Rotary Club of Redditch - supporting local charity Batchley Support Group

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Over the next 3 years the Rotary Club of Redditch will be providing financial and practical support to local charity, Batchley Support Group, in line with our policy of supporting one local and one international charity over a 3 year cycle.

Rotary First at Astwood Bank Carnival

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For the first time, the Rotary Club of Redditch took a pitch at Astwood Bank Carnival on Saturday, 9th July, to raise awarenes of Rotary, and generate some funds for its local charity, Batchley Support Group. Arriving early to secure a prime position amongst a number of other community groups, our gazebo was up in no time, with banners and posters in place and our ever-popular 'tests of skill and strength' ready for action.

'Big Band Christmas' attracts a full house

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Our 'Big Band Christmas' concert, featuring the award-winning Midland Youth Jazz Orchestra (MYJO) attracted a sell-out audience at Trinity High School, and helped our club raise over £2,800.


Generous Rotarians, dedicated athletes and fun runners, enthusiastic quizzers and the people of Kinver, Enville, and parts of Wollaston and Wall Heath have between them raised more than £16,000 for charity during the last three months of 2015.

Grand Summer Raffle Launched

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In defiance of the inclement weather, Rotary Club of Redditch has launched its 'Grand Summer Raffle 2015', in aid of our local charity, St. Basil's. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, participants have the chance to win some fantastic prizes:

1st Prize - £100 cash

2nd Prize  - £50 M&S Food Voucher, donated by the Kingfisher Shopping Centre

3rd Prize - Round of Golf for 4 at the Abbey Park Golf Course

4th Prize - Dinner for 2 at The Golden Cross, Arden's Grafton

5th Prize - Sunday Lunch for 2 at The Olde Bull, Inkberrow

Rotary success at Morton Stanley Festival


Despite the inclement weather, which kept people away on the Sunday afternoon, our stalls at Morton Stanley Festival raised over £800 for our local charity, St. Basil's. Morton Stanley  is a free community festival which attracts many thousands of visitors of all ages and backgrounds, and this year's event provided a great oppportunity to raise the profile of Rotary in the town.


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More than a quarter of men and women who accepted an invitation for a spontaneous blood pressure test in Kinver were referred to their GP for further investigation.

Members of the village’s Rotary Club set up a test centre in the White Harte public house in the High Street in association with the Stroke Association’s national blood pressure awareness day and invited shoppers and visitors inside for an on-the-spot test.

Your Green Future event in Solihull an amazing success


Solihull students get ‘green’ at innovative event

Over 400 secondary school students from 20 schools in and around Solihull took part in an interactive ‘green’ event which investigated local sustainable business models and cutting edge technologies.

Nuneaton Community Shop

Gary Dancer

Nuneaton Rotary Club is delighted to announce that it is opening a shop very soon and would be delighted to receive donations

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