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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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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
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
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
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
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 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