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Bangladesh - support for breast cancer screening

Bangladesh - support for breast cancer screening

Rtn Graham Arthurs along with the Rotary Club of Dhaka spearheaded a trial program in Bangladesh to set up a breast cancer screening facility .

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Club Visit to ERDDIG HALL

Club Visit to ERDDIG HALL

Club members visit to Erddig Hall for a Meeting to commemorate the Club Chartering in 1978

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Plant pots for the elderly

Plant pots for the elderly

Supported by the District Passport Club and Welsh Lottery, the Club worked with children of Alexandra CP School in Wrexham to plant up 30 pots with bright summer bedding for distribution the elderly and vulnerable.

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Crocus Planting for Polio Plus

Crocus Planting for Polio Plus

Children from Victoria School assisted by Rotarians and Park Staff plant over 4000 Crocuses in Bellevue Park Wrexham

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Award of RIBI Community Cup

Award of RIBI Community Cup

Our Club was awarded the RIBI National Community Cup for maintaining the gardens at the Cancer Care unit at Wrexham Maelor Hospital . The gardens offer patients an area of tranquil respite during their treatment at the unit .

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Hospital Gardens

Hospital Gardens

Since 2003 members of the Rotary club have cared for the two Courtyard gardens in the Shooting Star Unit at the Wrexham Maelor Hospital. Recent replanting has helped to keep the gardens is top condition for the pleasure of the patients in the unit .

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About us

Our Rotary Club will always welcome interest from potential new members of all ages willing to participate in a variety of worthwhile service projects and to enjoy the fellowship that Rotary offers. In particular we are very keen to increase our ladies membership. If you are interested speak to any Rotarian or contact the club using the  contact form on this website.


 One of our objectives is to support local charities by raising funds. during the first half of this year 2020 we have raised and distributed more than £6000. distribution has been £2000 to the Rotary Polio plus campaign; £1000 to dynamic; £500 toCPP-Emergency fund; £500 to Homestart Wrexham; £500 to Rotary Mercy ships; £500 to Wrexham food bank;  £250 to Wrexham Symphony Orchestra;  £250 to Wrexham carnival of Words; £250 to Hope House; £200 to Ramada staff gratuity; £200 bank to st Giles school;  £100 to Wrexham Food Bank; £100 to XLM Wr exham;   £50 to Wrexham First Responders.

  Since Lockdown our club has been conducting their meetings via Zoom.Normally the meeting would be at the Ramada Hotel with a meal before the meeting.

  No longer having a meal they decided to still collect the meal money but then donate it tolocal Charities.

 Quickly members raised £950 which was split between the Caia park Partnership Emergency Fund & home Start Wrexham, two local organisations supporting needy Wrexham families.

 for more information Contact Steve Cannon on stevecannon@clara.co.uk

 We are twinned with the Rotary Club of Granville, New york.

Watch a short slideshow of some of our projects here

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Thu, Jun 24th 2021 6:00 pm

Club Assembly

President Elect Robin outlines his plans for the year ahead supported by Committee Chairs

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 18.15

(During the corona virus pandemic we have been meeting twice a month on Zoom. We have had quizzes, invited speakers and plenty of fellowship. In fact we have regularly had more members attending than a normal meeting, a sign of things to come maybe?) Ramada Plaza Wrexham
Ellice Way
Rhyd Broughton
Wrexham
LL13 7YH  01978 291400

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