Many of the purple crocuses (by the library and the amphitheatre for example) were planted by Wednesfield Rotary as part of the campaign to eradicate polio - #Purple4PolioDetails
At St John's Primary Academy Essington, Author Natalie Pritchard officially opened the 'Little Lending Library'. We are pleased to see that the library we supported is now open for the childrenDetails
Earth Day is an annual event aimed at tackling the likes of climate change and pollution. For 2021 Earth Day, a number of Wednesfield Rotary members got involved in litter picking and all had a great day in the sun. Every day should be an Earth day !!Details
We delivered 320 safety visors that we have donated to the Care Homes in Wednesfield yesterday. All of them very gratefully received as they have been struggling to obtain protective kit.Details
Nominations are now open for the 2021 Wolverhampton Young Citizen of the Year'. Go to www.wolverhamptonyoungcitizen.org.ukDetails
We are a small and friendly club who work together for local, national and international causes.
We have a lot of activities throughout the year so why not think about joining us, you would be made very welcome !
There are approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belonging to more than 32,000 clubs which are based in local areas in more than 200 countries.
Membership is open to men and women drawn from business and professional people in the community, we are non-political, and non-religious.
Rotary exists to assist the under-privileged, and provides educational and humanitarian service to the community at a local, national and international level, therefore benefiting the lives of others, in our community and also internationally.
The Rotary Club of Wednesfield was formed in 1964. There were 28 founder members and a prominent Wednesfield businessman, Norman Purshouse, was founder President. Club membership has flucuated over the years in the 20's and 30's and currently stands at 22 members.
We are now aiming to increase our membership and we invite local business and service people to come and join us so that we can expand our programme of service.
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We meet on Wednesdays at 1930(During the COVID Pandemic we are meeting via Video calls. This has proved to be successful. No meetings following a Bank Holiday. No meetings during the month of August) Linden House, 211 Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton
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