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 the support that is so much appreciated by carers, and how Rotarians are well placed to offer that support. Often all that is required is…Continue reading Carers UK partnership explained
The guest speaker at our Zoom meeting on Wednesday 27 January was Mark North, who is CEO of the Bolsover Freedom Project. We have worked closely with the Freedom Project for many years, and early in the Covid lockdown we donated £4000 to support the work of their foodbank. in his talk, Mark told us…Continue reading Freedom Project grows to meet local needs
After the terrible year that has been 2020, members of the Rotary Club of Bolsover were relieved and delighted to be able to host Santa for his pre Christmas trip to our area. Members of the public were also pleased to see a spark of normality appear.
On Saturday 24th October, World Polio Day, members of the Rotary Club of Bolsover with councillors from Staveley Town Council planted 4,000 crocus bulbs on Inkersall Green.
Saturday 24th October 2020 is World Polio Day when Rotary International, the World Health Organisation and rotarians around the world can celebrate the strides made in the eradication of polio since the inotiative began in the 1980’s. Bolsover Rotary Club will be planting 4,000 purple crocuses on Inkersall Green to mark the occasion.
Bolsover Rotary Club says a big thank you to everyone who donated to Help Fill Santa’s Sack at our collection in Bolsover Market place this Saturday morning.
Santa’s sack is empty – during the COVID-19 emergency the Rotary Club has given away lots of money to local foodbanks. In order to enable our annual present-giving to happen at Christmas in Bolsover Market Place, Santa needs to refill the coffers. We will be collecting in Bolsover Market Place on Saturday 10 October 2020,…Continue reading Please help Santa
On 24th August 2020, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Africa region, has officially been certified free from wild poliovirus, signifying a major milestone in the battle to eradicate the disease worldwide.
At its meeting on 29 July the Club heard from Chris Gardner from the charity Tools With a Mission which collects old tools, refurbishes them and sends them to Africa.
Members of the Club and their guests enjoyed a Socially Distanced Walk through Bolsover yesterday finishing at the Old Bolsover Yard to celebrate coming out of lockdown.