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St Nicholas' Christmas Tree Festival 2020 Village Tree Trail


The 2020 Covid- 19 Safe Edition Saturday 5th December & Sunday 6th December 2020 11.00am to 4.00pm both days

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Barton-le-Clay Christmas Lights


Christmas Lights Trail. Friday 11th to Sunday 13th December 2020 5.00 to 8.00pm

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Club Meeting Members Christmas Crackers


We are sad to announce that due to the nationwide restrictions caused by the Coronavirus, we cannot gather for our Club Christmas Dinner. so via Zoom, a fun evening.

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Donate to the Rotary Club of Barton-le-Clay Charity Fund


Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases

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Club Meeting


Rtn John Miles (Rotary Club of Guildford) "Global Sight Solutions

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Celebrate Our Polio Story this World Polio Day


Saturday 24th October 5.30 - 6.45pm Streamed live on the Rotary Great Britain & Ireland YouTube Channel

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Join Rotary


By joining Rotary, your journey on the road to transforming communities begins Contact Derek Hardy about this page: dereksilsoe@outlook.com

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Rotary congratulates African region on becoming wild poliovirus-free


After decades of work across 47 countries on the continent, the World Health Organisation has certified the Africa region free from wild poliovirus.

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World Polio Day


Saturday 24th October - 17.30 Streamed live on the Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland YouTube Channel

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Great British September Clean


Club members will be litter picking in Silsoe, Campton & Barton-le-Clay. Official bags are being supplied by Central Bedfordshire Council.

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Myles runs the 2.6 miles Sunday 26th April 2020


His chosen charities: The Salvation Army and the NOAH Welfare Centre, Luton.

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Our Club Display at District 1260 Spring Expo


Saturday 29th February 2020 Rothamsted Park, West Common, Harpenden.

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Club Meeting & Handover


We are sad to announce that due to the nationwide restrictions caused by the Coronavirus, for the time being our Club is not gathering for meetings. But, we are meeting via Zoom

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Mike Jarrard


.....Sadly passed away on 7th May 2020..... Mike joined the Rotary Club of Barton-le-Clay in May 1990. 3 years after it was formed

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23rd February is Purple Pinkie Day


When a child is vaccinated, their little finger is painted purple, hence the name Purple Pinkie Day. With literally millions of children attending Polio immunisation days, it is the only way to keep track of who has received their life saving medication.

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Club Meeting


Tim Mason Dry Stone Walling Nominative Determination Nominative determinism is the theory that a person's name has some influence over what they do with their life Menu: Beef Bouguignon, Mashed Potato & Vegetables

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..Santa's Tour of.. Barton-le-Clay


..Saturday 21st December 2019.. Old Road - including Washbrook Close, Church Road, Manor Road, Blakelands, etc.

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St Nicholas' Church Christmas Tree Festival


..........Saturday 30th November & Sunday 1st December 2019........ Come and see the Barton-le-Clay Rotary Club tree "Rotary Connects The World"

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A Night at The Auctions


...Thursday 28th November 2019... W&H Peacocks Auction Centre, Bedford MK42 0PE £15.00 per head- includes cold platter & wine (or tea/coffee)

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Club Christmas Dinner


Tuesday 10th December 2019 Mount Pleasant Golf Club, Lower Stondon

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Barton-le-Clay Christmas Lights Switch On


Sunday 24th November 2019 4:00pm Barton-le-Clay High Street

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Gastro Quiz


Saturday 16th November 2019 7:00pm ......Silsoe Village Hall...... Teams of 6 £12.00 per person/includes baked potato with chilli or cheese supper

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Return of the Village Gate


Sharpenhoe Road has it's gate back. After being run into by an out of control car, the gate is now repaired and back in-place.

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World Polio Day Thursday 24th October 2019


...Polio- A Personal Perspective... Martyn Gates shared his life story after contracting polio at the age of 18 months

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Just be a Child


Go to our links page to see details of this charity

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Shelter Box


Families urgently need support in north-eastern Syria. We're providing shelter for families who have been forced to leave their homes due to the conflict in Syria.

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Senior Citizens Light Lunch & Afternoon Tea


.....Friday 27th September 2019........ "Zing"- Carole & Peter entertaining our guests.

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Mercy Ships new "Global Mercy" Global Grant


Globally, five billion people have no access to safe and affordable surgery when they need it. Mercy Ships operates the largest charity-run hospital ship in the world, taking free medical care and surgery directly to those who need it most.

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District 1260 Conference 2020


With the position with regard to Coronavirus causing more concern, the decision has been taken to postpone the District Conference until 19th - 21st March 2021 Hilton at Ageas Bowl, Southampton

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The Rotary Foundation


Barton-le-Clay Rotary Club supports fundraising for The Rotary Foundation

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Andy Knight is inducted as a member


President Bob makes sure Andy will always remember the day he was made a Rotarian

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Luton & Dunstable Hospital Helipad Appeal


When someone suffers a major trauma, the quicker they receive specialist emergency care, the more likely it is that the treatment will prevent death or serious disability. This is referred to as the ‘Golden Hour’

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Tibbs Dementia Foundation attracts further support


Launch of a Nordic-style walking programme

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D1260 Beds, Bucks & Herts donates FibroScanner to Lister Hospital


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Lendwithcare


The Rotary Club of Barton-le-Clay lends money to entrepreneurs in various parts of the world where most good can be done.

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ShelterBox


Our vision is to see a world where no family is without shelter after disaster. Our teams work with disaster-hit families around the world, offering emergency shelter and other essential items to support them in rebuilding their lives.

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Congratulations Derek


Rtn. Derek Hardy has been awarded a District 1260 Service Award for outstanding service in promoting Rotary's capability in supporting projects in the international arenas. In recognition and appreciation of his dedicated service to Shelter Box.

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Bartfest 2019


Saturday 13th July 2019 1:00pm Barton Rovers Football Club

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......Handover Night..... 2nd July 2019


Past President David Swain hands over to President Bob Knowles

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Rotary Theme 2019/2020


R I President Mark Daniel Maloney's theme for 2019-20, Rotary Connects the World, asks Rotarians to strengthen the many ways that Rotary Connects the World, building the connections that allow people to unite and take action through Rotary service.

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Annual visit to Tools For Self Reliance Milton Keynes


Club members cleaning and giving a new life to hand tools whilst on our annual visit of Tuesday 21st May 2019

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Donation of towels to the NOAH Welfare Centre


Our latest contribution to the Noah Welfare Centre 152 towels that were passed on to the Club by a local business.

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Luton Park Street Soup Kitchen


Barton-le-Clay Rotary Club's first involvement with the Soup Kitchen and Night Shelter was in 2011

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Barn Dance 2019


A fun and enjoyable night was spent barn dancing in Barton-le-Clay Village Hall on Saturday 30th March 2019 Music from the group Abella and the caller was Andy Rouse. Highly tasteful Hog Roast supplied and cooked by John Fraser and Clair Burton

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Minor Sports Wednesday 24th April 2019


George getting to grips with the old game of Tethered Skittles

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Bee Orchid


The bee orchid has been the emblem of the Rotary Club of Barton-le-Clay since its foundation. The orchid, Ophyrs apifera var. aurita, grows wild on the Chiltern Hills behind the village of Barton-le-Clay.

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