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Fed up of walking our dogs along litter strewn lanes, rather than moan, we set too with litter pickers and an hour, and seven bin bags, later we retired for a well earned cup of tea. OK, it probably isn’t … Continue reading
Three men went to pick,Went to pick some litter,Three men two metres apart,Went to pick some litter. [OK, so it was really three men and a women] On a gloriously sunny autumnal afternoon (Sunday, 11 October), Graham, Roger and Janet … Continue reading
On Thursday, 17 January 2019 a small contingent travelled through the wind and rain to visit book printer, CPI Anthony Rowe in Melksham. We were introduced to the company by Nigel Clements when he came to speak to us about … Continue reading
The slick team which is Brue Valley Rotary was once again making its festive presence felt at the Cary Big Christmas event with bacon baps, burgers and the now famous “The Works” on sale to keep the festive event-goers fed … Continue reading
This afternoon an appropriate 12 paid a visit to Sherborne Abbey for a most fascinating guided tour of the magnificent building and gained an insight into its history. Having behaved ourselves during the tour we rewarded ourselves with a restorative … Continue reading
After the weather enforced postponement, the Shepton Mallet Rotary Club bonfire and firework display went ahead this weekend with magnificent support of, the much voiced praise from the local community. Brue Valley were able to field a reduced team, following … Continue reading