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December 25, 2020 · Rotary-Congleton's Father Christmas was out on Christmas Eve, delivering hampers to Congleton's care homes. Unable to enter, due to Covid-19 tier restrictions, he was nevertheless able to...

December 18, 2020 · At this time of the year Hyde Rotary support many good causes in the local area, and this year is no exception. When a local nursing home put out a plea on Facebook the club stepped forwar...

December 18, 2020 · Rainhill Rotary, through their Christmas Cracker initiative, provided funding to local schools to book, watch & enjoy an on-line pantomime. This is what some said:- Longton Lane Primary...

December 18, 2020 · Despite being unable to go into care homes this year, Rotary-Congleton's own Father Christmas is preparing hampers to deliver with a gift for each and every resident. A feature of Christmas in...

December 18, 2020 · Wigan Rotary Club are well known throughout the town for accompanying Santa around the streets and to supermarkets during December, but due to current restrictions it has, regrettably, had to put its...

December 15, 2020 · A group of Congleton Rotarians and partners take time out from doing good deeds to have a bit of Christmas fun on their own with their Zoom Christmas party. John Redfern appeared on the...

December 14, 2020 · Because of the ‘Covid’ restrictions Rotary’s normal Santa arrival in the town has not been possible, but to avoid disappointing the children alternative arrangements have been made. On...

December 13, 2020 · This is the second year that Rainhill has used its “Green” Christmas float, not the colour of the float but the fact it is powered by batteries which provides the power for all the lights...

December 13, 2020 · Wilmslow Dean Rotary sent Santa in his Sleigh to Lidl’s Car Park in Handforth on Saturday to begin the Christmas celebrations. Social Distancing was observed at all times with collection buckets...

December 13, 2020 · The awful Beirut Port explosion of August 4th 2020, killed over 200 people, injured thousands and devastated much of the city. The Operation Florian UK team and the Rotary Club of Baabda (Beirut)...

December 13, 2020 · ‘Despite the complexities of running our Santa Campaign this year; Rotary Prescot are delighted to have been able to tick all the boxes, of course this year we have need to ‘think...

December 8, 2020 · Saturday, December 5th. Congleton's Tree of Light was officially switched on by Mayor, Cllr Sally Ann Holland and Rotary-Congleton President, Rtn. Stewart Price. It was a deliberately low-key event...

December 8, 2020 · Since the onset of the pandemic some of our members have been donating their lunch dues to the club in support of our project on food poverty in the local community. During the year we have...

December 8, 2020 · Stockport Lamplighters have remained extremely active during the pandemic with weekly business meetings being held on Zoom along with some very interesting speakers. The newly formed Fund...

December 8, 2020 · Rather than doing more fund raising, club members were asked if they could personally donate a brand new pair of children’s pyjamas to a charity new to Manchester called “Children’s ...

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