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- More jabs – Brue Valley helping with vaccinations
- What can you do in lockdown?
- 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 !
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This week has seen many elderly and vulnerable people most at risk from COVID receiving their vaccinations at Wincanton Community Hospital. Their patience, good humour, resilience and relief that the end is possibly in sight was self evident. In a … Continue reading
Flanders and Swann’s iconic Hippopotamus Song might well reflect the somewhat unwelcome theme of last Tuesday’s Brue Valley Seasonal Stroll! The yellow weather warning wasn’t auspicious. It promised sleet, rain and low temperatures. Despite this Anne S, Colin J, Trina, … Continue reading
The meteorological signs on the evening of 23rd July were not auspicious. Nevertheless 13 committed members and friends gathered, socially distanced, at Castle Cary Primary School for a pleasant Simple Summer Stroll. The hair was longer, so one or two … Continue reading
Ski Rotary 2020 proved to be a little different to previous expeditions. Why? Well, this time we had Past District Governor Stewart Cursley and his wife June with us so good behaviour was guaranteed; the transfer to and from Wengen … Continue reading
These two happy Rotarians from the Belrose Rotary Club were on stewarding duty at a French Market held in the Northern Beaches of Sydney. We enjoyed much chatter; including them sending greetings to Brue Valley Rotary Club which have by … Continue reading
Today witnessed another first for Brue Valley! Unable to attend next Thursday’s Business and Special General Meetings these stalwart Rotarians arrived by ferry and bus to hold their own meeting at a beachside restaurant in Manly. The dress code was … Continue reading