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Welcome to the Rotary Club of King's Lynn

Crocus planting in King's Lynn Year 6


Following this planting session, The Rotary Club of King's Lynn will have (over a period of 6 years) planted 45,000 purple crocus corms on the verges and roundabouts of King's Lynn.

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Helping Local Charities


Presentation of a cheque to the Manager of the King's Lynn Night Shelter

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Youth Speaks Competition


The Rotary Youth Speaks Competition is designed to support & encourage the development of effective communication skills.

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Dictionaries 4 Life


For several years the three Rotary Clubs in Lynn have distributed the excellent Usborne illustrated dictionaries to children in the primary schools in the town and the surrounding area.

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Public Access Defibrilator for Kings Lynn Update


The photograph taken at the Rathskeller, South Quay, King's Lynn is of the six cyclists  celebrating a safe return from their ride of 223 miles around the boundary of Norfolk to raise money for a defibrillator for King's Lynn. 

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Links to local groups


Local members of the Lithuanian community were entertained by the Rotary Club and in turn a group of folk singers performed after the meal.

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About us

THE ROTARY CLUB OF KING'S LYNN

   

                        

The Rotary aim for 2019-20 is Connect with the World.

In our Club we have a very enthusiastic and dedicated team of members who enjoy helping others and having fun along the way.


We aim to offer support for local, national and international good causes.  In some cases we help groups and in other cases individuals. In the last Rotary Year (July 2018 to June 2019) the Club gave nearly £19000 to charitable causes.


In the first six months of the current Rotary year (2019-20) the Club has already donated over £6600 to individuals and groups.  These include West Norfolk Young Carers, the King’s Lynn Night Shelter, the Purfleet Trust, The Norfolk Smoke Alarm Project, The Royal British Legion, Children in Need, Street Child, Shelter Box, Dictionaries4Life (given to primary school children), Prizes for community service and public speaking, a specialist trike for a disabled child and help for a young lady to buy specialist equipment to further her career.


Some of our chosen charities for this year are: 

Riding for the Disabled, Nelson's Journey and Young Carer's

http://www.rda-westnorfolk.org.uk

http://www.nelsonsjourney.org.uk

http://www.norfolkcarerssupport.org/whatwedo

If you would like to become involved within your local Community please feel free to join us at one of our meetings, which are held at the Stuart House Hotel, King's Lynn, every Monday (except Bank Holidays) at 6 pm or e-mail us for further information.

Further contact details can be found below

We look forward to hearing from you.

Steve Roberts - President of The Rotary Club of King's Lynn, 2019-20

The Programme of Meetings & Events and photo galleries are all on the home page

President Steve's email is elimayroberts@hotmail.com

  

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Visiting Rotarians and prospective new members will be made very welcome.

We meet at the Stuart House Hotel, Goodwin's Road, King's Lynn, PE30 5QX 

on Monday evenings at 5.45pm for 6.15pm, except Bank Holidays

 

 

 

Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Monday 27th January 18.15

Dinner -


Monday 3rd February 18.15

Dinner. Tacy Mahoney - The Pandora Project


Monday 10th February 18.15

Dinner. Derek Stringer - Chairman of the EMAT (Academy Trust)


Monday 17th February 18.15

Ten-pin bowling at Strikes (Foundation event)


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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

Stuart House Hotel,
Goodwins Road,
King's Lynn, We meet on Mondays at 18:15
(There are no meetings on Bank Holidays)
Stuart House Hotel,
Goodwins Road,
King's Lynn, PE30 5QX  01553 772169

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