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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
Category Archives: Brue Valley Rotary
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
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
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
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
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
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