|Since we became a
chartered member of Rotary International in October
1988, we have used our contacts, our enthusiasm and
our energy to benefit communities around the Chew
Valley and local area. As many of our
members have busy lives already, we use the internet
to keep in touch, share ideas, and offer support, so
if you can’t attend a meeting, it doesn’t matter, you
can still keep in touch.
We like to have fun and enjoy a good meal too, which is why we are based at the Carpenters Arms, Stanton Drew, where we meet most Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm. If you would like to join us, or you know someone who may be interested then please contact: Tony Quinn email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or you can find out more about us by browsing our main site. We are always very happy to see potential new members.
A ROTARY HUMANITARIAN AID PROJECT
The Water Survival Box is the initiative of the Rotary Club of Chelwood Bridge, England. It arose following six months of continuous work after the 2004 tsunami in the Indian Ocean during which 3,200 Aquaboxes boxes were packed with items donated by members of the public. That operation was reviewed at the end of the 6 months and a number of ways in which it could (and should) be stream-lined were identified.
Member and Friends
|Supporting the Local Community||Having Fun|