Rotary Club of Holderness.
Improving lives at home and overseas.
Our new president
A visibly relieved Dave Sewell hands over the presidential reins
to Mary Wallace to lead the club through the remainder of 2016 and onward into 2017
Kids Out Bowling
RC Holderness annual evening of bowling with the Kingston Scout Group at Hollywood Bowl, Kingswood.
From left to right, Phil Redshaw, Mary Wallace, David Wright, Dave Sewell (president and shameful winner) and Janice Redshaw. Image of Steve Hardy removed by web moderator to avoid frightening small children!!
Over 20 scouts, helpers and Rotarians took part and a fun evening was had by all
The Hydro Mobile Clinic (Ambulance Boat) was unveiled on Sunday 29 January 2017.
Over 2 years in the planning, fundraising and building, and with inspired by
David Murden of the And Albert Foundation, 'Wilberforce 1' is finally
'launched' and ready for service on the Upper Volta River in Northern Ghana.
Built in Hull by Seahorse Marine with finance from the Rotary Clubs of Hull & East Yorkshire and The Foundation of Rotary International.
Technical & Medical Support delivered by Jacobs Well Appeal
Lead Rotary Club, Hull Paragon overseen by the Rotary Club of Tamale, Ghana