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Caroline, Assistant Head at Harden Primary said

Tree Planting with Partners

more Rotary Clubs partnered with YORgreencic and Harden Primary School to plant up to 500 trees in a field in Harden.

#25 Soup

more Bradford Community Soup #25 will be an IN PERSON event on 18th Aug 2022. (Bradfordsoup.org.uk for more details) We are hosting the event in our usual venue – The Storehouse, 116 Caledonia Street, Bradford BD4 7BQ

Juli and the Credit Union have developed a model which enables members of the Network to pay £6 a week for their food, which is all their personal choice, and bank £1 of the £6 so they can start saving perhaps for the first time in their lives.

Food Savers Network

more Rotarians Juli and Tess gave and update on the Food Savers Network. The "Pantry" model which has been around for about 10 years is being developed around Bradford and District to try and prevent the over dependence on "free food".

Leeds Festival Clean Up

more Volunteers needed on Monday 31st August to collect unwanted items from Leeds Festival.

Leeds Festival Salvage August 2013

more Out collecting after Leeds Festival. Missed Mickey Bee and scouts this year but still managed to get piles of food for Bradford Foodbank and sleeping bags for Inn Churches

Little Germany Clean Up

more Making a start on cleaning up Little Germany with Bronte Rotarians and friends

Leeds Festival Clean Up

more Many hands make light work!

Bronte member donates to local appeal

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Bradford Academy project

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Marcella's amazing art

more Bradford Bronte member Marcella Livingstone and an example of her public art - 'Speke Spark'

Bronte makes the news - from the Telegraph & Argus

Thanks for life - Focus on the Crocus

more The Rotary Club of Bradford Bronte played its part in the Focus on the Crocus Campaign by sponsoring 4500 purple and yellow bulbs which were planted on the newly opened Bradford Urban Garden.