Trinity Growing


Trinity are pleased to welcome Mark Collison as a member of the Club

President Adrian with Mark and his sponsor - Chris Sykes

Trinity welcome Penny Hipkin to the fellowship of the Club as an Associate Member

President Adrian and Penny Hipkin

We are pleased to welcome Kirsty Hill as a new member of Trinity Rotary Club

Kirsty with President Jim Milne and her sponsor Jamie Stevens

The Club of  is pleased to welcome a new member, Dawn Glennie, who was inducted by President Graham Hill on 29th September 2011 during the visit of District Governor Tom Griffin. Her sponsoring mentor is Jamie Stevens

Recently we have also welcomed back into the Trinity "fold" after a few years absence Gary Alexander who is a Legal Representative.

Even more recently David Johnson who is a Manufacturing Engineer has joined us. 

Trinity is actively seeking members who wish to join a thriving and forward looking Club and become a part of a world wide organisation that embraces "Service above Self" .

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'What We Do' Main Pages:

Beach Cleaning 18th April 2021

Our involvement in caring for our planet

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An overview of the Club

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Sarah Harper Occupational Therapist using Ipad Mini

What Trinity is doing to help the community

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For contribution to Schools make Music

In recognition of service to "Schools Make Music"

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The Young Chefs ready for action

Mouth-watering dishes served up by wannabe top Chefs of the future

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KES and Springwood teams Dec 13

KES and Springwood teams Dec 13

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RYLA 2013

RYLA 2013

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The Rotary Foundation

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I-pad for Forward Day Centre

Community Service activities

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Santa 2017 with his sleigh

Fund Raising

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International activities

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25th Anniversary Plate presented by Club Rotaire de Grenoble Sud

Trinity's 25th Charter Anniversary

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President Jim Milne welcoming the High Sheriff

Visit to the Club by High Sheriff of Norfolk

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Spirit of Norfolk at rest

Club members acquaint themselves with the work of the RNLI by a visit to Hunstanton Lifeboat Station

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