Past President of the Rotary Club of Bolsover, Rotarian Geoff Davis, who is also a local Councillor, was determined to do his bit to kick-start the local economy.
The Rotary Club of Bolsover met (outside and socially distanced of course) at the Hornscroft Park in Bolsover on 1st July to handover the Club to new President Geoff Woodhead, and his team.
With the events of June 2020 in the USA, and the resulting demonstrations around the world in support of the “Black Lives Matter” campaign, it is worth restating the following principles which are fundamental to the ethos and activities of Rotary throughout the world. “At Rotary, we have no tolerance for racism. Promoting respect, celebrating…Continue reading All Lives Matter
Like everyone else, life for The Rotary Club of Bolsover has been very different in the last few weeks. The Club has continued its weekly Wednesday evening meetings with the help of Zoom. The main area for discussion has been how we can most usefully help our communities cope with the pressures of lockdown and…Continue reading Rotary zooms into Action
In these difficult times and like every club, the Rotary Club of Bolsover has had to suspend its normal weekly meetings, but regular contact between members is important to develop and maintain fellowship. The Club has held its first “virtual” meeting to address the ways in which we could help local residents in this time…Continue reading Virtual Rotary meetings to help the Community
On Thursday 12 March, Cubs from Bolsover had a high-flying time with Rotary’s help.
In the light of the Government’s recent advice, we have taken the decision that, during the present health crisis, it would be unwise to continue our planned programme of events and meetings. The following events are therefore cancelled:
Edwina Edwards from Bolsover Woodlands Enterprise Ltd came to the Club to tell us about the work that the trust is doing in Bolsover to offer people with learning disabilities exciting opportunities to develop new skills and to make a positive contribution to the management and conservation of woodlands in North Derbyshire.
Rotary President David Coupe welcomed three new members to the Club at the meeting on 19th February.
In the run up to Christmas 2019, the Rotary Club of Bolsover again hosted Santa on his various visits to the area, and raised money to support good causes in the process.