Attempt at a world record for the number of trees being planted in an hour and was coordinated by the BBC. The world record is over 600,000 trees in one hour. The BBC had confirmation of 230,000 tress bring planted with estimates that 500,000 trees will have been planted
more Supporting an awareness day in Carlisle City Centre for the charity Tools for Self Reliance
more Helping out at the 2016 Eden Valley Hospice 2016 Colour Run
more Club members got involved in a community litter pick in Rickerby Park and Stanwix.
more On a recent holiday to the Southern Hemisphere, Margaret Scott, contacted the Rotary Club of Singapore, and attend one of their business meetings. Their club has 200+ members.
more President Andrew and fellow Rotarian Tom were joined by The Tour of Britain mascot, ToBi, at the start of Stage 2 - Lake District Stage Carlisle to Kendal, 186.6km on Monday 16th Sept 2013
more Rotarians and friends gather to marshal the Memory Walk in Carlisle for the Altzheimers Charity. The sun shone and around 100 walkers enjoyed a walk around Bitts Park and along the River Eden whilst raising over £1000 through sponsorship.
more Marshalling at the Annual Talkin Tarn Duathlon
more A Spring Clean along one of the main routes into Carlisle known as Rotary Way resulted in nearly 200 bags of litter being collected. An excellent result with encouragement from passing drivers tooting their support.
more Some of our members assisted with judging and general support duties at a Technology Day organised and run by the Rotary Club of Carlisle South on Fri 15th March 2013.
more Members of the club helped out at the Calvert Trust Rotary Week 2013
more We have been presented with a Rotary International Award for Best Cooperative Project, jointly with the Rotary Club of Brampton & Longtown for the Community Engagement Conference below.
more In 2008 and 2009 we helped out at the Cumbrian Run. Members acted as marshals along the route. One of our members Andrew B ran in the 2009 event.
more Walking the Way to Health with Carlisle City Council and CSV
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