CAN YOU SEW SCRUBS? We are a network of voluntary community groups making scrubs to order for NHS staff across the UK.Details
AWR Bury and the catering team at Walshaw Sports Club are teaming up to provide meals in our local area for the most vulnerable members of our community.Details
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If you need deliveries and cannot get a slot from a supermarket, Park Farm, The Eagle & Child and Bradley Fold Garden Centre Butchers Dept is also delivering, I can recommend all three. If you know more in and around Ramsbottom please get in touch.
Meals for the most vulnerable people will be free of charge, others will be subject to a charitable donation of £4 per meal.
We are always looking for people who would like to help or join,You can join as a full member, or an associate member or a corporate member. Full member is in a nutshell you commit to taking part in activities. However this is your choice, you do as little or as much as you wish. We meet & dine every week, but again you only attend when you want, you only dine when you want, there are no rules, you give your time to Rotary as you wish. Associate member is a trial period were you dont commit to full membership. Corporate membership is for a company which would like to be involved in charity work. We are the obviuos choice for companies in and around Ramsbottom. And finally you can be a Friend of Rotary, you help us when you have the time & the inclination.
We need help with IT, with this website, with social media and with publicity. If you have an hour to spare please get in touch. Please email us at Ramsbottomrotary@gmail.com.
We currently have committees, which meet once a month, these are Fundraising, International, Comm Voc and Social. Yes we do have socials, we have days out, we dine out, we go to the pub, we have a good time and have enjoy what we do.
Ramsbottom Rotary are a group of people, twenty members at the moment, we meet, discuss, plan and then hopefully raise funds and improve the lives of others. Our club is one of four in the District of Bury. There are 3 others, Bury, Radcliffe and Tottington & Bury West.
Rotary membership is changing, there are no obligations any more, do as little or as much as you wish. One thing for sure you will make new friends, you will be able to do things or organise things. There is lots going on in Rotary.
Its world wide, Rotary is a world wide organisation. Thousands of Rorary Clubs around the world. The possibilities are endless if you wish to progress to somethng more than your local club.
Congratualtions to Amelia, coming in third place in the Regional Finals, which means Amelia is in the top twenty or so of the Young Chefs in the country.
The story begins in 2002, in a lopsided shed in the Scottish Highlands, where Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow started a small charity which grew into a massive organisation helping millions of children fulfil the simple ambition of “having enough food to eat & be able to go to school”.
Mary’s Meals now feeds a nutritious meal to more than 1.25 million children every school day in 13 of the poorest parts of the world, including India, Thailand, Burma, Lebanon, Haiti, Ecuador and 7 African countries. Wherever possible the meal is made using local ingredients produced by small-holder farmers, thereby supporting the local community. Being educated and fed enables children to lift themselves, their families and their communities out of poverty.
Between now and the 31st December every donation to Mary’s Meal’s “Double the Love” appeal will be matched by a supporter-led match-funding campaign (up to £1.9 million), so for every £13.90 donated two children will be fed and educated for a whole school year, the very best present you could give. Go to www.marysmeals.org.uk to make some hungry children in the world very happy.
Many children receiving Mary’s Meals do not have basic learning tools such as pencils & notepads. The Backpack Project helps the children get the most out of their learning by donating a backpack full of the things they need. For many children, a Mary’s Meals backpack will be the first gift they have ever received.
Janice & Hilary began their “Bags of Love” project this summer under the Rotary Ramsbottom umbrella, and have been asking schools and organisations to provide backpack items, new or good condition pre-owned. We have 65 completed backpacks ready for collection by Mary’s Meals and many more which are almost complete. It’s a great way to recycle school bags, uniforms, sandals, PE kits, towels and spoons. Other items required include A4 lined and unlined notepads, pens, pencils, coloured pencils, sharpeners, erasers, pencil cases, rulers, soap, toothbrushes and toothpaste. They would really appreciate it if you or any school, organisation or club you know could contribute. Financial donations are also very gratefully received to purchase those “hard-to-come-by” items such as sandals and boys’ shorts. A brief presentation for younger children or a more detailed one for those interested in the fuller benefits of the project can be given. Current participants include Holcolme Brook Primary School, 38th Rossendale (Open) Scouts, Speakeasy, Holy Cross College, Ramsbottom Rotary, family and friends.
Janice & Hilary are delighted at the enormous response and good-will they have encountered and know that the smiles on the faces of the children participating will be multiplied many times on those receiving these “Bags of Love”. If anyone wants to help with this worthwhile project, has items to donate, or is part of a group which may want to get involved, please contact Ramsbottomrotary@gmail.com
We meet on Tuesdays at 6.00pm for 6.15pm(Stuart Martin takes the apologies for members & is also the person who will book you in if you would like to join us. You would be made most welcome.) The Red Hall Hotel, ManchesterRoad, Walmersley, BURY.
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