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Over 200 Rotarians, from across the District, attended the Conference. Rotarian Wendy Martin from our Club gave a talk on how her father, Peter Green, started the furniture business in Eastleigh with £150 in his pocket and built it up … Continue reading
Claire Johns from Fare Share came to our lunch meeting and gave a talk on the work her charity. This is a national charity which obtains unwanted / surplus food from such organisations as Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys, Kelloggs, Nestle, Coca … Continue reading
Last Saturday, at the new Marks and Spencer Food Hall in Eastleigh, we collected £176 for the Hurricane IRMA Appeal. This money will go towards buying the two ShelterBoxes that Eastleigh Rotary Club are donating to the appeal. These boxes … Continue reading
Rotary Club of Eastleigh help at the Classic Car Show at the Concorde Club. Despite the weather the Club had a great day helping to raise money for Naomi House and Jacksplace by marshalling the many car parks for the … Continue reading
We, at Eastleigh Rotary, support a wonderful charity called the Philippine Community Fund. Educating children and training people for work, are just 2 of the worthwhile things this charity does. You can help, not by putting your hand in your … Continue reading
The Rotary Club of Eastleigh hosted our inaugural Dragon Boat Race at Lakeside on Sunday 9th August 2015. Seven teams took part in heats and a grand final in superb sunny conditions. Dragon Boat Events Ltd supplied the equipment and … Continue reading
Christmas collections are in full swing. Kerry decided she may collect more as a snowman than a real person!!
Anne and Mo went on a visit to the Help For Heros center on Thursday. We presented a cheque for £100 donation from the club. We had an interesting and moving day hearing how the charity supports wounded ex service … Continue reading
Rotarians helped at Eastleigh Borough Council’s Christmas parade and light switch on. Members marshalled road closure points and helped with crowd control. The weather brightened up for the amazing firework display – an excellent start to Christmas.
President Peter Knight having taken part in the wreath-laying ceremony at the Cenotaph in Eastleigh.