Club News Archives


Just some of the things Rotary Clubs in the Thames Valley have done in recent years

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Christmas Activities 2012

Having fun, raising funds, thinking of others: its all part and parcel of Rotary Christmas time

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Run Rabbits, Run!

Maidenhead's First Bunny Fun Run - in the rain!

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Local dad is World PoohSticks Champion

Hundreds of families flocked to Day's Lock on the River Thames at Little Wittenham for the 2014 Pooh Sticks World Championships and enjoyed a great day out in the sunshine.

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Life on the Upper Thames Waves!

Sponsoring local events is just one way Rotary Clubs provide new experiences for young people

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The parachute is very important for the saving

Sir Nicholas Winton celebrates his 103rd birthday

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Comedian Milton Jones supports End Polio Now

A new star is born at the special End Polio Now Benefit Evening at Nottingham Glee Club as Marlow Rotary Club raises £2,000 for End Polio Now

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Olympic Torch bearer ensures a lasting legacy

Rotary benefits from young torchbearer's Royal run!

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Queen unveils Jubilee sculpture in Windsor

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An Evening with David Richards CBE

Banbury Cherwell's very successful evening, putting Rotary firmly back on the map as a place for leading business minds, and raising funds for local charities.

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220 mile cycle in aid of Motor Neurone Disease

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The Cowley Classic Car Show - RC Oxford Isis

First Classic Car show for Oxford Isis

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Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen 50TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT

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Official Launch of Rivertime boat, July 2008

The Trustees of Rivertime Boat Trust welcomed David Suchet to Henley to celebrate the official launch of ‘Rivertime’ the specially commissioned boat for use by disabled and disadvantaged people in the Thames Valley.

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A Hand Up For Africa - Micro credit in Malawi - Update 30th March 2009

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Reading Matins Supercar and Gourmet Lunch event

Charity fundraiser for Alexander Devine Children's Cancer Trust & other local charities.

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MG Parade

650 MGs line the Long Walk entrance to Windsor Castle, 25th April 2009

The Duke of Edinburgh, Hon Rotarian of the Rotary Club of Windsor & Eton, viewed a parade of MG cars driving around the Quadrangle of Windsor Castle, to mark the 85th Anniversary of the vehicle

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Leaving Bracknell

The Three Counties Charity Cycle Ride

On Sunday 7th June, the Rotary Club of Bracknell staged the Three Counties Charity Cycle Ride, their main fund raiser of the year.

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Rotary support for Windsor Festival

Carol Buckland, President of the Rotary Club of Windsor St George, announces support for the Windsor Festival.

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Presentation to Brownies

Hungerford Rotary President, Hugh Pihlens together with Annabel King, Chairman of his Youth Committee are seen at the presentation of a cheque for £250.00 to Linda Saunders, leader of the Hungerford 3rd Brownie Pack.

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Magnificent Reindeer get their first outing with Santa in Hazlemere

High Wycombe bring Christmas cheer

High Wycombe's magnificent Reindeer get their first outing with Santa in Hazlemere

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People of Pinner help the Haitian Homeless

We’ve all seen the devastation, the tragedy that is Haiti today.

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Thanks for Life: Clubs celebrate Rotary's 105th Birthday

Rotary Clubs throughout District 1090 celebrated Rotary's 105th Birthday in style on 23 February and throughout the month. The main focus was raising awareness and funds to reach the £1m target for the Bill & Melinda Gates Challenge to End Polio NOW

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Langley & Iver Moonraker

A night orienteering challenge organised annually by the Langley and Iver Rotary Club to raise money, by team member sponsorship, for Rotary supported charities

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Hungerford raise the roof for St George

St Georges Day celebration raises £1500 for charities

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David Shaw, HRH, 12th Windsor Scouts & Fred King 1090 International Chairman

Windsor & Eton Scouts and Rotarians impress HRH

12th Windsor Scouts show HRH Prince Philip the Rotary Shelter Box Scheme.

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Young Rotarians hit new heights for charity

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Rotarian Colin Baker – the 6th Doctor Who

Rotarian Dr Who to the Rescue!

When Rotarian and sixth Dr Who, Colin Baker heard about the theft of charity money raised by an eleven year-old boy in memory of his older brother, he alerted his fellow members at the Rotary Club of High Wycombe and they immediately donated £175.

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Haiti Six Months On

Brendan Gormley, the CEO of the Disaster Emergency Committee, gave the Rotary Club of Chipping Norton an update on how Haiti has fared since the appalling earthquake 6 months ago.

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First Prize Winner (detail)

Reading Art Exhibition a Great Success

Sir John Madejski opened the 3rd Annual Reading Art Exhibition, which raised over £3700 for Daisy's Dream charity

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Hungerford Rotary Club President Graeme Sleeman

Hungerford Call the wine buffs Bluff

Hungerford Rotary Club held a wine tasting evening with a difference and raised £2,000 for Children in Need

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Baxterbear meets Sir Steve

Sir Steve Redgrave was one of the competitors in the Marlow and Marlow Thames Santa Fun Run 2010. After the run, he had the opportunity of meeting Baxterbear, Rotary's charity fundraising mascot.

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President Wally enjoying his era

'A Stonking Blast'

Risborough Rotarians marshall the crowds at the Kop Hill Climb 2011

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Seasonal Fun in D1090 2011

See some of the fun we had around the Thames Valley area over the festive season

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