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Colchester. Britains 1st City and Oldest Recorded Town

 

The Rotary Club of Colchester Forum was Chartered on the 29th April 1975

 

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In accordance with  Government advice, normal meetings were suspended until the 19th July 2021. Since then meetings have resumed at 12.45pm for 1pm at the Best Western Rose and Crown, Colchester. (See "where and when" on the right of this page), To see the list of speakers go to "Meetings and Events" in the Main Menu and select "Happening Soon". Visiting Rotarians may join these meetings by requesting the access code at rotaryforum@gmail.com 

 

     

   President Harvey

and the Members of The Rotary Club of Colchester Forum

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Rotary Forum Create a Beautiful Oudoor Space for Next Chapter

 

Next Chapter (the Women’s Refuge in Colchester) asked Forum to create an outdoor space of which to be proud. Teams of Forum members showed up in force over a three-day period to cut grass, weed beds, plant flowers, shrubs and containers, hoist a hammock and sail shade, install solar powered lights and garden furniture and turn a sad looking space into an area the women will be able to enjoy and use throughout the year. 

 

The Rotary team, under the leadership of Vice President Jon Neill, also installed high grade outdoor gym equipment to help the residents keep fit together with an all-weather shelter for them to sit with a cup of coffee and relax in a calm area.

Before and After

 

The money to build and create this amazing garden came from club funds, a district grant and another Colchester Rotary club in all in excess of £7000. Support also came from the local garden centre “The Barn” who generously supplied the flowers valued at over £500. Colchester Skip hire provided a free skip.

 

Lorna Preece, the Refuge Services Manager said “You don’t realise just how important this is to us. You have given us a relaxing, calming space which all the women can use and with the fitness equipment, promote their wellbeing and health. It’s been three years to get this far and all of a sudden, with Forum’s work, we’re here at this point. It’s so wonderful”

 

Organiser Jon Neill said “we had so much fun creating the garden.” This is just another example of what Rotary does for communities.

 

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Happening soon...

Thu, Jul 29th 2021 1:00 pm

Meeting. Speaker Steve Brown, Chief Executive Officer Beacon House

12.45pm for 1pm at the Rose & Crown

Thu, Aug 5th 2021 1:00 pm

Meeting - Speaker Henry Spyvee to talk by Zoom about the Roman wall

12.45pm for 1pm at the Rose & Crown

Thu, Aug 12th 2021 1:00 pm

Meeting - Speaker - Simon Moore “The Thames Gateway”

12.45pm for 1pm at the Rose & Crown

Thu, Aug 19th 2021 1:00 pm

Meeting - Speaker - Robert Strachan. “Rotary Disaster service”

12.45pm for 1pm at the Rose & Crown

Thu, Aug 19th 2021 6:30 pm

Council Meeting

Thu, Aug 26th 2021 1:00 pm

Meeting - Business Meeting

12.45pm for 1pm at the Rose & Crown

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 1245 for 13.00

(On 5th Thursday meeting Venue/style may change. Contact Secretary before attending. - nick@nickclarke.f9.co.uk Tel 01206 738208. ) Rose & Crown Hotel
East Street
Colchester

CO1 2TZ  01206 866677

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