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Rotary is a worldwide network of men and women with 1.2 million members in over 200 countries united in the ideal of "Service".  Our present Club was formed in 1978 and our members are local business and professional men and women who enjoy working with the community to make the world a better place. 


CORONA VIRUS NOTICE

We have decided to cancel all weekly meetings until further notice.

Due to government and general local advice we have also had to cancel some of our future projects. This includes our own Presidents Night in May, Theatre trip, the Art Trail and the Raft Race in June.

We will keep you informed as things change.





President of Canvey Rotary Club Tracy Wynch has announced that the voluntary organisation working with partners; The Furtherwick Park Legacy Fund have made a substantial donation to keep the two Canvey Food banks (St Nicholas Church & Yellow Door Project) fully stocked for the next ten weeks helping to ease the worry on local families during this difficult period. Stay safe everyone.

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Regrettably our 2020 Canvey Rotary Raft Race at Thorney Bay Beach has been CANCELLED due to the Coronavirus. We are looking forward to returning with our popular event in 2021. Stay Safe everyone.

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We are pleased to welcome new member Tracey Morris to Canvey Island Rotary. Tracey has been in the voluntary service sector for twenty years and brings many assets to our Club.


Tracey was inducted to our Club by President Tracy Winch

President Tracey presented students from year six at Canvey Junior school this week with illustrated Dictionaries. This is an ongoing project within all Canvey junior schools.




Thank you everyone who contributed to this years sleigh collection. As you may be aware every penny collected will help to assist local organisations with their work to improve peoples lives.

Amount collected £11.639.00

 
 


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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at 1915 for 1930
The Oysterfleet Hotel, Knightswick Road, Canvey Island, Essex


SS8 7UX  01268 510111

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