Community & Vocational


Community Projects

Community Chairman: Rtn Roger Griffiths

The aim of the Community Team is to work with our local community which includes supporting local residents, organisations and other charities.

Projects we have supported over the past year include supporting Vision Aid where we collected around 450 pairs of spectacles and distributed dictionaries to the local primary school leavers.

Throughout the year members have been litter picking around the town and assisting with the local food bank.

We have organised an annual senior citizen's tea party and during the Christmas period you can find us manning the Rotary Mulled Wine stall at the Manningtree Christmas Market.

 For the coming year we will be collecting bra's in support of a charity called Against Breast Cancer and our most ambitious project for the year is to focus on our local environment and to seek support from local businesses to stop the use of plastic bags (or if this is not immediately possible to use only biodegradable bags).

 If you would like more information regarding our Community Projects please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Nine year old Bobby Scarlett awarded the Manningtree Rotary Young Citizen Award for 2020

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Past President David Willis Joined Rotarian's from all over the country to Climb over the O2 Dome to raise money for End Polio Now and The Roll out the Barrel Trust.

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Rtn Paul Leech hands over the Presidential Chain of Office to Rtn Richard Blay

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Supporting The Environment has been added to Rotary's area's of focus

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Rotarian's changing lives

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Thank you for all of your kind donations

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Manningtree Rotary are collecting again

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Sue Clark presenting our club banner to President Christine Voltz of the Rotary Club of Nancy Majorelle.

Members visit other Rotary clubs all around the world

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shakespeare crowds

The crowds came out to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare's death

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Our team of Rotary volunteers helping to clean up the area

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Rotarian Paul Leech takes over the role of President

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Our newest member was inducted at our club Handover on Thursday 30th June 2016

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The cast of 50 Shades of Grain (a cereal killing) performing their Murder Mystery to raise funds to help eradicate Polio.

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