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Neighbouring Rotary Clubs join forces to help fund local and international causes


As well as the many local charities and community projects who gain financially from Rotary fundraising events, all the local Rotary clubs in the area also raise funds throughout the year to support international projects.


This year the clubs in Denton and Audenshaw, Dukinfield and Stalybridge, Tameside and Hyde joined forces and with help from the Rotary District 1285 matching grant fund they were able to support The Oakdale School Sensory Room Appeal in Dukinfield and the Oasis Relief Borehole Project in Lusaka, Zambia with donations of £2000 each.


Oakdale School is a school for children with severe learning difficulties, profound and multiple learning difficulties and Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Rachel Hindle and Tina Tray from the school attended at special evening on 18th October hosted by Dukinfield and Stalybridge Rotary Club at Stamford Golf Club during which the Rotary Clubs jointly presented them with a cheque for £2,000.


Accepting the grant on behalf of the school, Head teacher, Tina Tray, said, “The funding will help the school to purchase an interactive music system for the sensory suite.”


Our picture shows the cheque presentation at Stamford Golf club to the Oakdale School representatives by Rotary Assistant Governor Swati Mukherjee and the club presidents from each of the four clubs.


The other project supported by the four clubs was Oasis Relief, which has been sinking boreholes in Zambia for the last eleven years.  The donation from the Rotary Clubs is already helping to provide a much needed borehole machine for use in a small village, giving the inhabitants access to fresh drinking water for the first time.


The evening on 18th October continued with a presentation from a locally based charity, Gift of a Wedding, which Dukinfield and Stalybridge Club had arranged in order to promote the charity and raise awareness of its work amongst members of the Rotary Clubs and local communities.  The Gift of a Wedding charity is based in Oakdale Lodge, Stalybridge and was founded by Patricia Harrison.


The charity aims to bring joy, love and happiness to those with a terminal or life-shortening illness by gifting wedding services and vow renewals, supported by the generous UK wedding and hospitality industry and talented volunteers.  Since its inception in 2012 the charity has gifted over 180 weddings. 


Patricia's moving presentation to the Rotary club members and guests illustrated the significance of the work the charity does. She showed a montage of some 30 to 40 photographs of gifted weddings before sharing with the audience that only 3 of the terminally ill Brides / Bridegrooms were still alive.  Everyone had tears in their eyes as they watched a video of a recent wedding where the groom had only a few days to live.  For more information on the charity visit their webpage at www.giftofawedding.org.


To find out more information on Dukinfield and Stalybridge Rotary Club, the combination of community action and fellowship that it offers, the charities the club supports and how to join simply follow us on facebook, explore this website or call us on 07730586269.


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Curry Night at Candolim, Stalybridge, 27th September 18


We had a fantastic time at our fundraising curry evening at Candolim in Stalybridge, attended by 40 people.  The food was delicious and we managed to raise more than £500 towards Rotary's campaign to eradicate polio in the world. 


Stalybridge Carnival & Dukinfield Festival June/July 18



Many thanks to all those who supported us by buying raffle tickets at these two events.  We took £80 at the Stalybridge Carnival and £118 at the Dukinfield Festival.

Dragons's Den 5th April 2018

We held our annual Dragon's Den event once again this year and are pleased to say that 8 local charities/community groups in Dukinfield or Stalybridge attended to give a presentation about their work and how our donation would benefit them:

T21 Network (T21Network.org) - providing information, advice and a friendly face to parents, carers, families and friends of a person with Down's Syndrome

Tuesday Hyde Social - providing a warm, safe and accessible meeting place for those with learning disabilities to chat, play games and take part in art and crafts

Infinity Initiatives CIC (www.infinitycic.uk) - alleviating food poverty in local families throughout Tameside and linking in with other organisations to provide much needed support

Forget me not buddies (forgetmenotbuddies.wordpress.com) - run by carers and volunteers for carers, persons living with Dementia and family members whose lives are affected by a diagnosis of Dementia within their family

Mossley Community Association - providing a wide range of support to those in need in the local community

Dukinfield Bowling Club, Carrbrook Bowling Club and Dukinfield Cricket Club - providing an opportunity for people of all ages to meet others and keep active.

All groups received a donation from the Club to help them to continue their work in the local community. 

We expect to hold a further event next year and details will be posted on this page later in the year.

Christmas Float collections December 2017

The Club collected more than £6700 during the Christmas float rounds this year, one of the highest amounts for as far back as we can remember.  Many thanks to all of those in the local community who contributed.  The money will be distributed in the coming year to deserving causes both in Dukinfield and Stalybridge and abroad.

Hack Back CIC

We had a delightful speaker in October 2017 - Anita Morris from an organisation called Hack Back CIC.   This is an organisation that works with a wide range of individuals, all of whom come to them with significant barriers which prevent them from reaching their full potential in life.  Hack Back helps these individuals to overcome their barriers in a number of ways, including interaction with animals, spefically birds of prey.  Anita brought along 3 owls that she uses to help those who seek Hack Back's help, including Murray (shown in the picture) who even has his own social media pages (visit Murray the Owl on Twitter) and story books !  The Club made a donation to the organisation to help with the promotion of their work.  For more information visit the Hack Back website.

Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

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Saturday 20th April - Friday 20th December

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Thursday 25th April 19.30

Council meeting at the Stamford Golf Club, Huddersfield Road

Meeting to discuss financial matters

Friday 26th April 19.30

Wine Tasting at Stamford Golf Club, Huddersfield Road

Taste some fantastic red and white wines and try to guess which of the three 'experts' is telling the truth.

Thursday 2nd May 19.30

Council meeting, venue tbc

Meeting to discuss financial matters

Thursday 16th May 19.30

Annual General Meeting, venue tbc

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