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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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Presidential Handover

This year’s socially distanced Presidential handover of club regalia – Covid19 style . Andrew Davies took over the mantle of Club President from the 1st July with Elizabeth Stokes as President Elect with Outgoing President Mike Kew. Click on the … Continue reading

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The Rotary Clubs of Brue Valley and Zanzibar join forces to provide Taps and Toilets for a school in Zanzibar

The Rotary Clubs of Brue Valley and Zanzibar – Stone Town have joined forces to raise funds for a project to provide ‘Taps and Toilets’ for a school and villagers in Kitogani Village in Zanzibar. For the people of Kitogani … Continue reading

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Andrew Davies is our new President

Like most clubs and organisations, Brue Valley Rotary Club holds an annual general meeting when officers for the forthcoming year are chosen. For us, an important role to be filled is that of president. Taking up this post, on 1st … Continue reading

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Brue Valley Rotary Club supports local food banks

Since the COVID-19 lockdown came into force in March food banks have been set up in Castle Cary and Bruton.  There was already a food bank operating in Wincanton and this has been expanded since the lockdown.  Brue Valley Rotary … Continue reading

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Ski Rotary 2020 at Wengen, Switzerland.

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

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