A new approach to membership.
This month the Club welcomed its first Corporate Member, the local branch of the Newcastle Building Society.
Daniel Nixon the branch manager joins as an active Rotarian with his financial advisor colleague, David Binder, as a Corporate Associate. This new approach to membership allows businesses and organisations to work with Rotary to support their own Corporate Social Responsibility and provides a wider pool of volunteers who can help with club activities and projects.
Club President Wendy Aldred said “It’s good to see that we are finding new ways to engage with businesses and organisations. The need for financial and practical support in our Communities continues to grow and this approach provides positive benefits for both the club and the organisations that get involved.”
St Cuthberts Garden Village
Over fifty Rotarians and friends attend presentation by Carlisle City Councildetails
A busy pre-Christmas Period!
Our club has been very busy again these past few weeks and, as you would expect this time of year, most of it was Christmas related!details
Its been a busy few weeks!
From Airport Disasters to Whooshing Fireworks via Cumbria Running, Light up a Lake and Tree planting we've had a busy few weeks last October and early November.details
The photo doesn't do justice to the volume of toiletries and foodstuffs Members had collected earlier in the month and this was presented to Peter after the meeting.details
Another Smoothie Bike outing
Word must be getting out, our Smoothie Bike had another outing. Can an elephant ride a bike?details
New Member Welcomed
Cath Nash was welcomed as the latest member of Brampton & Longtown Rotary club.details