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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.

Voluntary Helpers

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Many of our prospective members wish to help their community but don't want to go as far as joining Rotary.  They just want to volunteer for events.  This project enables a District register of volunteer opportunities.

Clubs are encouraged to add their own opportunities.  Each entry will automatically have a sign-up form attached.  For more details contact the webmaster.

District Service Projects Committee

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, August 8, 2012 - 19:30 - 22:00
See attached Agenda
Location: 
Arden Hotel, Coventry Road, Bickenhill, Solihull, B92 0EH

Bourton Hall Music Festival

A few photos from our event at Bourton Hall taken by Club members. (view as slideshow)

Another collection taken by one of our visitors, Gary Hadden

NEW 1060 COMMUNITY AWARD FOR 2012/13

£5,000 for a very worthwhile cause

This is a NEW AWARD with funding up to £5000...any Rotary Club in 1060 can enter.

The rules are simple :-

  • It is for the best local community project in Rotary District 1060 that needs financial assistance to make it happen

  • It may all be given to one Club, or spread among Clubs thought to have an equally good workable idea, to a maximimum of 5 Clubs.

  • Your project may be one that needs additional funding or be a brand new idea to be developed

District Assembly

Date and Time: 
Saturday, April 21, 2012 - 08:30 - 13:00
Bring the Club team for 2012/13 and learn about the RI and District goals for the year.
Location: 
The Clarendon Suites, Stirling Road, Birmingham B16 9SB

District Service Projects Committee

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, May 2, 2012 - 19:00 - 21:00
Location: 
Arden Hotel, Bickenhill

Note the change of date from the original 25 April.

Christmas sleigh hand out to almost 40 groups

More senior citizens than ever were entertained by members of the Rotary Club of Kinver at this year’s annual new year party.  Well over 150 pensioners were treated to a supper provided and servied by club members and their wives, and entertainment from Rob Pitt.  Also, for the first time, students from Edgecliff School performed exerpts from  their recent production.

10k run most successful ever

Gavin Williamson MP & Vice President John Brown at the finishing line

 Kinver Rotary Club’s fifth 10k run was its most successful ever with more than 250 runners taking part in an event that has become recognised as one of the toughest in the West Midlands.

Rotary sleigh collection tops £5,000 for the first time

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The generous people of Kinver, Enville and Wollaston have excelled themselves in their donations to Kinver Rotary Club’s Christmas Sleigh, putting more than £5,000 in the collecting tins for the first time in the 26-year history of the annual fund-raiser.

Kinver Edge toposcope repaired in preparation for full refurbishment

The toposcope on Kinver Edge, designed and paid for by the Rotary Club of Kinver as its first major public project after its formation in 1985, has been given a temporary repair while funds are raised for a permanent refurbishment.

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