Category Archives: Brue Valley Rotary

More Rubbish!

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

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More Litter Pickers!

We are lucky to be living in a semi-rural area, and as such our towns, villages and hamlets are generally kept in a reasonably tidy way by the communities. However, we felt that it would be a good way to … Continue reading

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Wincanton Litter Pick

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

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Brue Valley Rotary help to clear the Paths in Haddon Wood

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

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THE ROTARY CLUB OF BRUE VALLEY HELP SUPPORT AASRAA TRUST IN INDIA.

The Aasraa trust works towards empowering street and slum children through¬†education, vocational training, nutrition, medical care and providing shelter homes. https://aasraatrust.org/ Assaraa sent the following message to the Rotary Club of Brue Valley: Thank you for your compassionate and generous … Continue reading

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Brue Valley Rotary gets physical !!!

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

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