Pupils put project into action....Pupils put project into action....
Dozens of schoolchildren showed they were a class apart in a special competDozens of schoolchildren showed they were a class apart in a special competition in Cambridge.
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What is our Club all about?What is our Club all about?
A wide age group of members both helping the local community and supportingA wide age group of members both helping the local community and supporting international projects. CLICK to find out more
What we do outside RotaryWhat we do outside Rotary
To find out what our members do outside Rotary please CLICK and readTo find out what our members do outside Rotary please CLICK and read
How can we help the homeless in CamHow can we help the homeless in Cambridge?
President elect Julian Landy forms a task force to explore ways of helping President elect Julian Landy forms a task force to explore ways of helping the homeless in Cambridge.
Club trip to SIENA in OctoberClub trip to SIENA in October
We will be visiting the Piazza del Campo, Plazzo Civico, the Duomo and FortWe will be visiting the Piazza del Campo, Plazzo Civico, the Duomo and Fortessa Medicea as well as enjoying a wine tasting and the company of our Rotarian friends from Siena.
Dr Andy Williams - Why we Chose Cambridge and what makes AstraZeneca different; Host - Patsy Glazebrook; Cashier - Graeme Minto; Reception - David Spreadbury; Equipment - Edward Thackray; Projection - Anne St Ives
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