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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.

Kinver Music Festival Raffle.

 

During May and June members of Kinver Rotary Club undertook the task of selling raffle tickets in support of the Kinver Music Festival weekend held last month.

Southam Big Chef Little Chef

Recipe for Soup

Southam 2000 Rotary Club recently supported a training course for parents in partnership with Warwickshire County Council Adult and Community Learning, Fosse Foodbank at Southam and Southam and District Children’s Centre. The purpose was to explore cooking and food with users of the foodbank. The course ran over four weeks and provided a free creche for participants. As can be seen from the pictures below, the courses were thoroughly enjoyed and produced some impressive results; enjoyed by both the participants and helpers!

Helping NCT in Southam

members of the Rotary Club of Southam 2000 together with members of the Southam NCT baby group showing cheque

On Friday, the 14th July, members from the Rotary Club of Southam 2000 went along to the Graham Adams Centre in Southam to present a cheque in the sum of £321.95 to the Southam Branch of the National Childbirth Trust (NCT).

Shipston Rotary Presentation Evening at Townsend Hall

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Fay Ivens

Tuesday, 10th October 2017, 7.00 for 7.30 pm.

This was Shipston Rotary's big night of the year. It was a stunning success and all credit is due to Fay Ivens, our President. The 2018 Presentation Evening is under consideration and the date will be posted on this site once it is agreed.

Redditch Rotarians support Cancer Research 'Race for Life'

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Rotarians from the two Redditch Clubs acted as track marshalls for the recent 'Race for Life' in Arrow Valley Park, Redditch. This 5k and 10k event, for women and girls of all ages, was part of Cancer Research UK's ongoing campaign to raise money to beat cancer.

Over 200 runners (and walkers) took part, each with their own reasons for getting involved - raising money, keeping fit, remembering a love one, or just having fun - a selection of bizarre cotumes were in evidence!

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