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Welcome to the website of Rotary International District 1080 which comprises some 2100 men and women in 73 Rotary Clubs spanning the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, a large part of Cambridgeshire and small parts of Essex

We are part of an International Humanitarian Organisation working to make the World and our Community a better place.

If you are a Rotarian we hope that you will find this site useful; it aims to provide useful information for club officers and members and a convenient method of disseminating latest newsletters, bulletins and information from District Officers and district committees.

If you are not a Rotarian we invite you to explore our pages. You will find lots of information about Rotary on the national website and for information about a club near you then click on the ‘CLUB LIST’ menu button at the top of this page or the map to locate a club. If Rotary appeals to you then please feel free to contact any of the clubs in your area; they will be pleased to hear from you.

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“SOLD” THE MOVIE COMES TO THE FORUM, NORWICH

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On Thursday 16 February 2017 at 7.00 pm, Childreach International – a global anti-slavery organization -  will be showing the film “SOLD” in the Auditorium of the Forum, Millenium Plain, Norwich.

The film, shown in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Norwich St Edmund, tells the story of Lakshmi, a thirteen-year old Nepalese girl who is trafficked from her home in Nepal to a brothel in India.

The film will be followed by a panel discussion. The Panel will include Lord Dannatt, Deputy Lieutenant of Norfolk and Constable of the Tower of London and Lorne Green, Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk.

Preview:

Directed by Oscar-winner Jeffrey D Brown, starring Gillian Anderson and executive produced by Emma Thompson, SOLD is an incredibly powerful film that helps to shine a light on modern day slavery.




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A conversation with Paul Harris in Seoul 2016

Technology brought an interesting talk between RIP Ravi and Paul Harris at the Seoul Convention for over 45,000 Rotarians attending this year