Rotary Club of Peterborough Photo Galleries

Garden Party - August 2022

Garden Party - August 2022

"Phew...What A Scorcher". No jackets required! A hundred guests enjoyed a superb lunch, great company and the President's jokes. And raised funds for Macmillan Cancer Support and The David School, Sierra Leone.

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Grand National Lunch - April 2022

Grand National Lunch - April 2022

All the action from Aintree, a good lunch - and over £1,800 raised for the charities the Club supports.

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Golf Day - May 2022

Golf Day - May 2022

A record £4,300 raised for Sue Ryder, Thorpe Hall and the charities this Club supports. Another great day of swinging!

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Kids Out June 2022

Kids Out June 2022

Over 300 children from Peterborough schools had a day out at Wicksteed Park - organized by this Club, along with Peterborough Ortons. And a baseball cap and lunch were thrown in!

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Collectables

Collectables

We've been recycling for years. Various items are collected by the Club, and then passed on to organizations, including the Leprosy Mission here in Peterborough, for them to re-use or turn into cash..

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The David School - December 2021

The David School - December 2021

Education Changes Lives - We have long supported this school in Sierra Leone, and, in December, donated £2,000. 400 girls and boys benefit from free education - and a chance to realise their potential, helping themselves and their country.

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December 2021 - Rotary Shoebox Appeal

December 2021 - Rotary Shoebox Appeal

December 2021: A wonderful 1,088 boxes donated, filled with clothes, toys, stationery, toiletries and household items, for distribution to people in far eastern Europe. THANK YOU!

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November 2021 - 90th Charter Celebration

November 2021 - 90th Charter Celebration

The Club celebrated its 90th "Birthday" in style, with 90 guests enjoying entertainment, dinner, drinks and speeches at the Orton Hall Hotel.

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December 2021 - And The Band Played On...

December 2021 - And The Band Played On...

After a Zoom event last year: some 60 rotarians and guests enjoyed dinner and a catch-up, concluding with the moving and joyous music from the Salvation Army. £800 donated for their work with those on the margins in our city.

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