Our International projects are varied. From the Wheelchair foundation to clean water projects and shelterbox donations. Although much of our work is done at home we believe any fellow human being in need deserves our helpDetails
Rotary is open to EVERYONE over the age of 18. We meet socially once a week either in the Hinderton arms or Costa in Neston high street.Details
Rotary organises exchanges for all age groups throughout the world and here at Neston we have had some visitors from far and wide.
If you would like to know more about the exchange programmes Rotary offers please get in touch !
Members of the club were delighted to help out wit the roll out of the vaccination programme in Neston over the past couple of weeks. It was a huge effort by the local community well done to everyone who has helped !
Christmas is NOT CANCELLED
watch this space for exciting news about how you can meet Santa in his workshop in the North Pole !!
we can't do things as normal this year but we will be making an announcement very soon about how we will be bringing Santa to Neston this year
Over the past few months during the Covid 19 Pandemic members of RC Neston have been helping in the community by delivering prescritions to local residents who are isolating in their homes. We are now in a postion to withdraw from this project after three months. It has been a real privilage to serve our community during this difficult time and we will now move on to another local project with details coming soon. If you would like to help in yor local community then please join us at the Rotary club of Neston. You can contact Steve Martin on 07825373045
Rotary in Neston Supporting Prostate Cancer
Steve Got out on his bike in the Sunshine this weekend to support the Rotary Club Of West Kirby in their bike ride for Prostate Cancer. Particularly poignant for Steve as he had lost his cousin to the disease earlier in the day. Over £1000 was raised by Rotarians peddling around the Wirral, a great effort all round !
We Hope that you are well and we are sure that we will return to 'normal' soon. I am sure that we are all learning new skills whilst in Lockdown such as Zoom calling ! The world is a very different place at the moment. It is strange to think that across thw world we are all in the same position. Social distancing, shops and bars closed, struggling health workers and the sadness and grief of those who have lost loved ones.
At Rotary in Neston we are asking everyone to stay at home and support our National Health service. Please respect the lockdown and only venture out when it is necessary. It is at times like this that we rely on the wonderful community volunteers. So many people are trying to help those in need and it is heartwarming. As a club we are helping in our community by delivering prescriptions to vulnerable residents of Neston and surrounding areas. We are also meeting weekly on Zoom and are discussing other plans for our next Rotary year.
The most important thing is the continued support of our local community. Have you been vonteering during the crisis? Would you like to coontinue to do a little bit in your community when this is all over? We would be delighted to hear from you if this is the case as when it is over we will carry on as before, doing good in our community and we want you to be a part of it.
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Neston Rotary Members on prescription delivery duty
Rotary at Neston had a visit from World bike relief at their meeting this week. They are committed to helping people conquer the the challenge of distance, achieve independence and thrive. For many people in rural regions of developing countries poverty is a daily reality. In areas were walking is the only real mode of transport a buffalo bike offers the real and immediate benefit of reliable access to goods and services. Tonight Neston Rotary club bought one of these bikes for the charity.
Many of the Rotakids clubs have participated in this project by planting Crocus in their school grounds helping to raise awreness of the Push to finally rid the world of Polio !!
Do you want help with getting a job? or getting that Place at University ? then this is the course for you.
Rotary Leadership awards course is an intensive leadership course where you can enhance your leadership skills. It is lead by an expereinced team alongside Rotary clubs. It is a great opportunity to have fun and meet new people and gain those vital skills as you enter the competative world.
Started in Australia, the scheme is run all over the world by Rotary International. The principal aims of RYLA ia toprovide an effective training expereincefor selected young people and potential leaders, to encourage leadership of young people, by young young people, and to recognise publicly, young people who are rendering service to their communities.
In our area the RYLA event takes the format of an activity training course for selected young people aged 16-18 at the Arthog Activity Centre near Barmouth in North Wales. This years Course will run for a week FROM 19TH UNTIL 24TH August and it is FREE to successful applicants.
Delivered by Specialist Tutors the candidates will benefit by
We help with this event every year ! up to 300 people with disabilities take part in a mini olympics at Chester. It is a fantastic day and you are guaranteed to come away with a huge smile on your face !
We love to join our Rotakids with their activities and the charity car wash is always a favourite ! ( but not the one we did in winter !)
£450 raised for Northern lights and the school fund !! Well done to our fantastic Rotakids !! Yet again !
Every year we hold a croquet evening. It sounds posher than it is we are all pretty rubbish but we have a great laugh ( at each other ) and a buffet and a few drinks helps the evening go well. All proceeds helps to pay for our Kids out event
Woodfall primary Rotakids held a cakesale today and raised Â£80 for End Polio Now ! This will be trebled by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This was arranged in conjunction with the worlds greatest meal to end Polio !
Well Done wood fall Rotakids
We meet on Tuesdays at 10.00(Please contact the secretary before coming along as we do vary our meetings and meet for coffee at costa in Neston high street sometimes ! ) The Hinderton Arms
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