2020 Thame Rotary News at Lockdown

Mon, Apr 6th 2020 at 5:00 pm- Thu, May 21st 2020 - 6:56 pm

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Business in the Community - Hedge planting

Rotary Phoenix collaborated with Trees for Thame and local businesses to plant 30m of hedging and 35 trees in the Queen Elizabeth Circle recreation area and a further 12 trees at Hamilton Drive.

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Rotary volunteering

Rotary’s Business in the Community Volunteering Programme involves volunteers from local businesses joining employees from other businesses, to undertake community projects, during working hours.

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Phoenix volunteering

Phoenix Community Club (PCC) is an off-spring of the Thame & District Rotary Club. PCC is focused on community volunteering for people who don't have lots of extra time, but who want to give back.

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Thames Valley Cleanup

Supporting the Environment became Rotary International's seventh area of focus as from 2021-2022 Rotary year.

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Swimathon medalists. Photo by Nick White.

Thame Rotary Swimathon - a fun and fundraising event on behalf of local charities.

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Together we connect

Rotary Club of Thame & District warmly welcomes enquiries from anyone interested to join Rotary.

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In the following paragraphs you can find out about more some of the events organised by this action group.

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New Generations

This section provides a summary of the activities carried out by the New Generations Action Group.

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Rotary Club of Thame has sponsored & supported International projects for nearly 50 years.

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Fundraising for good causes

The aim of this action group is to coordinate the fundraising activities of the club for the chosen charities of the year.

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