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We welcome John as our New President

We welcome John as our New President

John Cooper took over as President on 2nd July. HIs focus for the coming year is membership, membership and membership ! Bronwen was thanked for all her hard work and presented with some flowers on behalf of the club.

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CHARITY PROMS CONCERT

CHARITY PROMS CONCERT

Diss and District Rotary Club are pleased to announce they will be holding a charity Proms concert at Diss Corn Hall on Friday 27th Sept.
See below for tickets

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Diss Carnival 16th June 2024

Diss Carnival 16th June 2024

Rotarians Keith, Phil, Mickey, Peter and David gathered early to erect the Gazebo and prepare the stand for Diss and District Rotary at this year’s Carnival. President Bronwen arrived to find it all completed.

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Garden Party 2024

Garden Party 2024

The weather was superb, the garden outstanding and thanks to everyone that supported we raised £ TBC for charity

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About us

What Is Rotary?

Rotary International is a worldwide organisation comprising more than 33,000 individual Rotary Clubs. In the United Kingdom and Ireland there are around 1750 clubs with over 50,000 members. The common aim of all Rotarians is to help improve their communities whilst applying the Rotary moto of "Service Above Self".

Rotary International supports programmes throughout the world to reduce poverty, disease and poor living conditions. Each Rotary Club contributes to some of the worldwide projects but the main emphasis is on improvement of the local community. Projects include organising and supervising community events, promoting the achievements of young people, helping those who are disadvantaged or disabled, coordinating educational programmes and working in partnership with local businesses and charities.

Rotary is dedicated to six areas of focus to build international relationships, improve lives, and create a better world to support our peace efforts and end polio forever.

Rotary Focus Areas

Promoting peace
Fighting disease
Providing clean water, sanitation, and hygiene
Saving mothers and children
Supporting education
Growing local economies

Why Not Join Us?

secretary@dissrotary.org

When we started

The Rotary Club of Diss and District was formed 1947. We meet on the 1st and 3rd  Tuesday of each month  at the Scole Inn. Diss IP21 4DR
For information regarding our regular meetings please check our calendar which shows the date and subject of each meeting.
From our start in 1947 we have been serving the people of Diss and surrounding area as well as contributing to many International Rotary projects. Rotary is the world’s largest service organisation and the members of the Rotary Club of Diss and District are happy to represent their key principle "Service above Self"

Happening soon...

Visit to 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum

Tue, Aug 6th 2024 7:00 pm

Visit to 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum

Visit to 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum , Fish and Chip supper. Feel free to dress in period costume ! Entertainment by Robert Cator the Accordion man. Normal Meeting time.

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Council Meeting

Tue, Aug 13th 2024 7:00 pm

Council Meeting

Council Meeting. Venue TBC

Business Meeting

Tue, Aug 20th 2024 7:00 pm

Business Meeting

Business Meeting. Scole Inn. 1900 hrs

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at 18:30 for 19:00

(Fortnightly meetings, first and third Tuesday of each month. At Scole Inn . 1830 for 1900 contact: secretary@dissrotary.org) Scole Inn
The Street, Scole
Diss
IP21 4SR  01379 740481
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