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- This could be the start of something good – Brue Valley helping at Wincanton Community Hospital
- Water is now flowing in Kitogani !
- Mud Mud Glorious Mud? Brue Valley’s Seasonal Stroll
- Kitogani – Taps and Toilets – The work has started !
- Morrisons and Brue Valley Raise £551.12 for Children In Need
- Our 10th Charter Night
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In just over two weeks the Tower has been finished and the water tank has been raised onto the top of the tower. Work has started on digging the well and so far 4 metres has been dug. The well … Continue reading
The Rotary Club of Brue Valley has managed to raise enough funds for the water sanitation project in Kitogani to get started. We would like to thank all those for their generous donations on https://www.gofundme.com/f/water-and-sanitation-project-in-zanzibar as well as the grants … Continue reading
Brue Valley Rotary have worked together with Morrisons in Wincanton to raise £551.12 for BBC Children In Need. In previous years members of the Rotary Club of Brue Valley dressed up in fancy dress and collected for BBC Children in … Continue reading
On the 1st December we marked our 10th Anniversary of becoming a Rotary Club. We had planned a big party for the 28th November but that has been postponed because of coronavirus. Nevertheless, we marked the occasion via Zoom and President Andrew D … Continue reading
Andrew D and his partner Sandra donned high viz, gloves, litter picker etc. and tackled a mile of quiet country lane that is a favourite of some young people who seem to like leaving their litter behind. After an hour … Continue reading
Andrew Davies the President of Brue Valley Rotary Club and humble Rotation Chris Ringrow spent a couple of very pleasant socially distanced hours helping to clear the paths of vegetation overhanging the paths. The areas cleared by Andrew and Chris … Continue reading