more Our thanks to Zippo's Circus and especially Martin Burton, owner and founder, for offering to sponsor our collections at this year's Circus on Twickenham Green
more TuTRotary had three stalls this year at HANDS Fair on Twickenham Green, selling plants, books and this year we also had a publicity stand. Thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make this year such a great success.
more Father Christmas and his helpers were unable to do their usual Christmas visits around the streets of Twickenham and Whitton this December due to the COVID 19 restrictions. Roll on 2021
more This event raised funds for the End Polio Now campaign. The meal was limited to sandwiches during a break in the skittles competition. £600 was raised, which is is expect to be increased to £1800 through the generosity of the Bill Gates Foundation.
more David Squires, Paul Kershaw and Margaret Gilroy-Smith walked over the roof of the Millennium Dome to celebrate 110 years of Rotary and to support the End Polio Now campaign and raised over ï¿½1,000 by sponsorship
more Lee Campbell, who has a studio on EelPie island gave us one of her paintings for a raffle prize to enable us to raise money for our Nepal project.
more Originally known as the Frugal meal, this is an annual event taking place at a member's home.
more Following news of the devastating earthquake in Nepal the club decided to start collecting for a sustainable reconstruction project.
more This year Father Christmas and the elves of Twickenham upon Thames Rotary Club did not tour the streets of Whitton, Twickenham, St Margaret's and Strawberry Hill with the sleigh due to COVIB 19
more A successful fundraising day on Twickenham Green selling plants to eager gardeners
more The theme this year was Nepalese and Binod Amatya and his family provided a splended Nepalese spread which enabled us to raise a substantial proportion of our target for giving this year to the Rotary Foundation, Rotary's international charity fund.
more A real Diamond Jubilee atmosphere or this Bank Holiday charity fair on 4 June. Our plant and book stalls were as successful as ever and raised over £2000 for our Rotary charities and projects
more Our street collections were very successful this year thanks to the great generosity of local residents who donated over 7,000 pounds for Rorary charities.
more Club members manned a stall selling cool and refreshing drinks at this extremely well-attended event held in the grounds of Strawberry Hill House on 3 June 2012
more The ladies of the Knitting Bee knitted 50 chicks and raised £112 for the Club's project to equip 10 schools in Nepal
more One of our major fundraising events of the year was on Twickenham Green on 4 June 2012, the Diamond Jubilee Bank Holiday. Our plant sales raised around 2000 pounds for Rotary charities and projects.
more Father christmas and his helpers hit the streets in the last couple of weeks of 2015, spreading goodwill (and chocolates) and collecting for local charities.
more On 5 November the club set up its mulled wine stall, as it has done for many years, to sell its specially prepared brew to all the thousands of spectators who arrive for the spectacular firework display. This is always a major fund raising event.
more Father Chrismas in his sleigh, accompanied by his busy helpers, travelled the local streets exuding good cheer and chocolates and gratefully receiving donations. Around ï¿½6,500 was raised for the charities we will be supporting during 2012.
more Between the 12th and the 21st December club members went out on most evenings or manned static sites at Sainsburyï¿½s St Clair and Whitton High Street during the day to ask help in funding the work that we do in the community.
more At the HANDS charity fair on Twickenham Green on Bank Holiday Monday the club raised over £2500 by selling a wide variety of plants.
more In June 2010 some of our club members participated in large national fund raising events for the British Heart Fondation and Kidney Research raising over £2,000 for the two charities.
more Almost all club members were involved in growing,nuturing and selling plants at the charity fair on Bank Holiday Monday. The book and record stall was also successful this year.
more This year's Christmas collections for Rotary charities raised over £5,800 and the club is really grateful to all those who contributed.