Once again this year The Rotary Club of Bolsover has planted purple crocuses to mark World Polio Day. With the help of local residents we planted 4000 bulbs in Brimington…Continue reading Planting Crocuses in Brimington to mark World Polio DAy
The latest edition of So Bolsover Magazine includes another great article about the Rotary Club of Bolsover. The ad at the bottom opens the door to anyone who would like to…Continue reading “so Bolsover” hits the letterboxes with news of Rotary
Despite wet weather the Clay Pigeon shoot organised by the Rotary Club was a great success
At the meeting at Ringwood Hall Hotel on Wednesday 18 August, President Paul Copper presented a Past President’s medal to Rtn. David Coupe who was President of the Club in…Continue reading Past President honoured
The members of the Rotary Club of Bolsover gathered outside on 30 June to welcome Paul Copper as President for the forthcoming Rotary year.
We were enthralled to hear about the work of this charity when Nic Seller, one of the founders of The Friends of Kadzinuni, joined one of our Zoom meetings.
Along with many other residents of Bolsover, we were pleased to welcome our new local magazine from Heron Publications – “So Bolsover”
At the Club’s Zoom meeting on 28 April, Past President and local Councillor Geoff Davis gave an entertaining and very informative talk highlighting 25 random and unconnected little known facts…Continue reading 25 things you may not know about Bolsover
During the Covid crisis The Rotary Club of Bolsover took the difficult decision to suspend their Community Grants Scheme to enable funds to be diverted to local food banks. We…Continue reading Community Grants Scheme restored
Alan Bush from the Rotary Club of Sherwood Sunrisers joined us on one of our recent Zoom meetings to explain the Rotary GB&I partnership with Carers UK. Alan talked about…Continue reading Carers UK partnership explained