Club of Burford and Kingham
Serving the local, national and international communities
One of many competitions organised by Rotary Clubs to develop young people.
The first National Rotary KidsOut Day took place in 1990 and since then it has turned into the biggest single outing for disadvantaged children in the UK.
It was Rotary International, in 1979, that set the aim to eradicate polio. We're nearly there!
Rotary Clubs are involved in a wide variety of projects to bring safe, clean water to people
In March, we donated £100 to Chernobyl Children In Need, after a very informative and emotive talk. http://www.ccin.co.uk/
In May we donated £100 to Creating Better Futures. http://www.creatingbetterfutures.org.uk/
The Club members donated £50 to the Royal British Legion annual Remembrance Appeal
In March, 2016, we donated £590 to sponsor another Shelter Box. This brings our total to 17 over recent years. The latest one was sent to Pakistan in October.
Meetings and events happening soon
Monday 31st July 20.00
Guests and partners welcome - please book in advance
Saturday 5th August 09.00
The Club has permission from the National Trust to provide a Teas and Cakes in the grounds of the house to raise money for the Club Charity account
Monday 7th August 18.30
Monday 14th August 20.00
Monday 21st August 20.00
Monday 21st August 21.00
Rotary Club of Burford and Kingham
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