Horwich Rotary Works to End Polio Now
At the beginning of November President David Griffiths, & Vice-President Margot Mather and friends met with children from Horwich Parish School Eco Council and member of staff Mrs. L Magilton.
They met to explain what Rotary International is doing, with the support of the Gates Foundation, to end Polio forever in places like Pakistan.
We're closer now than ever to ending this devastating disease. Rotary has been at the forefront of the fight to end polio since the 1980s when it helped launch the Global Polio Eradication Initiative.
Children planted purple crocus in Holy Trinity Church-yard as part of Rotary’s Purple for Polio appeal to End Polio now.
Thousands of primary and secondary school pupils across the country have planted purple crocus bulbs as part of a project by Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland (RIBI) to stamp out polio across the globe.
It is about educating children about polio, a crippling disease that kills and paralyses young children.
The purple crocus symbolises the purple dye that is painted on the fingers of children to show they have been immunised.
Kids' Christmas Party
The Horwich Rotary Club annual Kids Christmas Party was held again at Horwich Rmi on Sunday 9th Dec. Children aged 6-9 were invited from the 9 Primary Schools situated in BL6 – Horwich and Blackrod.details
Zoe & Lucy's World Challenge To India
Zoe Harley and Lucy Baldwin from Horwich gave an enthusiastic talk to a Rotary evening meeting recently about their forthcoming trip to India together with 30 other students from Canon Slade School.details
Bolton Schools Music Festival
Children from across Horwich took part in the week long Bolton School’s Music Festival in June.details
Great British Afternoon Tea
Two pupils from Blackrod Primary School have won the final of a Great British Afternoon Tea competition which was held at Rivington and Blackrod High School.details
Big Book Quiz
On 25th Feb Rivington and Blackrod High school hosted a round of the "Big Book Quiz".details
School Trip To London 2015 (Part 2)
The journey beginning at 0700 at Wigan station where Rotary baseball caps were given to the kids.details
School Trip To London 2015
Wow! What a way to round off a school year when 32 children from 8 Horwich and Blackrod Primary Schools, escorted by one of their teachers assembled on Wigan station at 7am for a memorable trip to London.details
Citizenship Scheme - Bolton Trail
The Bolton Trail was a day out for primary school children from six primary schools in Horwich, funded by the Community Committee of Horwich Rotary.details
London Trip 2014
The Rotary Club of Horwich paid the bulk of the funds needed for the London Day Trip, as part of the Citizenship Programme for the current school year.details