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Rotary Club of Holderness - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.

Medical River Boat 'Wilberforce 1'


After two years in the planning, fundraising and building 'Wilberforce 1' is unveiled ready to undertake its work on the river Volta in Ghana

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Garden Mart 2017


On Saturday 27th May 2017 we held another successful Garden Mart with plants of a very high standard all grown, donated or procured by Club Members. Our thanks once again to Waitrose for the use of their car park. Next year's event TBA

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Milton Frary from the Wheelchair Foundation


President Mary Wallace hands over a total of 8 wheelchairs to the Wheelchair Foundation. The wheelchairs were partly funded by the Rotary Club of Holderness and partly from the collection of Yorkshire Tea barcodes (which continues)

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Golf Am-Am


The Rotary clubs of Holderness and Hornsea & East Riding Am-Am golf competition in aid of Rotary charities.

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Giroscope


Past President Mary Wallace selected Giroscope as her President's Charity.

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Reins & Chains


After a wonderful year with Mary Wallace as President steering our Club through the sea of change into District 1040 she hands over the reins and chain of office to Steve Hardy for the next twelve months.

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About us

Rotary Club of Holderness.

Improving lives at home and overseas.


River Volta Medical Boat 

The Hydro Mobile Clinic (Ambulance Boat) was unveiled on Sunday 29 January 2017.

Over 2 years in the planning, fundraising and building, and with inspired by David Murden of the And Albert Foundation, 'Wilberforce 1' is finally 'launched' and ready for service on the Upper Volta River in Northern Ghana.
Built in Hull by Seahorse Marine with finance from the Rotary Clubs of Hull & East Yorkshire and The Foundation of Rotary International.
Technical & Medical Support delivered by Jacobs Well Appeal
Lead Rotary Club, Hull Paragon overseen by the Rotary Club of Tamale, Ghana

 


Rotary News

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Family Rotary club use skills to kick-start local charities


Rotary members unite to tackle world hunger



Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

Britannia Royal Station Hotel Hull, 
170 Ferensway,
Hull, We meet on Mondays at 18:00 for 18:30
(There are no meetings on Bank Holiday Mondays)
Britannia Royal Station Hotel Hull,
170 Ferensway,
Hull, HU1 3UF   01482 325087

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