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Brue Valley Rotary Help Pack Water Survival Boxes

Four members of Brue Valley Rotary gave up a couple of hours today to help pack and build up stocks of water survival boxes in Midsomer Norton. Meeting up with fellow Rotarians from Chelwood Bridge we managed at least 75 … Continue reading

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Bruton Defibrillator Used to Resuscitate Someone

Colin went to check the defibrillator in Bruton on Wednesday morning and found that the cabinet had been opened and that the defibrillator was gone. We reported this to South West Ambulance Service and they checked the records and found … Continue reading

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Laptops4Learners in Castle Cary

The recent lock down due to the pandemic has shown a digital divide for many members of the community. Children and young people in homes without enough IT equipment are excluded from home education and catch up. Laptops4Learners has been … Continue reading

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Taps and Toilets for Kitogani, Zanzibar, Tanzania

Our thanks go to the Rotary Clubs of Stone Town (Zanzibar), The International Rotary Club of Copenhagen ( Denmark ) and those in District 1200 who helped us with their advice and helping getting the necessary grants.

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Kitogani – Taps and Toilets COMPLETED !

We have recently heard from the project manager in Kitogani that the project has now successfully completed! Hi.Good morning those in, UK and Zanzibar and may be Goodnight for those in Copenhagen – Sweden. These are FINAL PHOTOS. Now that … Continue reading

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More jabs – Brue Valley helping with vaccinations

Vaccinations continue apace at Wincanton Community Hospital and the Community Hall in Bruton. Brue Valley Rotary Club, enthusiastically assisted by over 25 family and friends, have been providing marshals at both centres. The main jobs are car parking, providing directions, … Continue reading

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