The Dunmow Rotary Bowls Team have, for the second year running, won the 2022 District Ourdoor Bowls Competition. The winning duo, pictured with the trophy, was Philip Helps and Stan Keller. The enjoyable final took place at the Stock and Buttsbury Bowls Club, where they beat the Grays & Thuruck Rotary Bowls team. Dunmow also beat the Epping Forest Rotary Club team at an earlier stage of the competition.
The team were undeterred by a warning from the club that it doesn’t like winning as it doesn’t have a trophy cabinet.
There was also sucess at the Mini Golf challenge by the victorious team of Richard Harris, David Beedle, Roger Hammond and Philip Helps winning against the Colchester Centurion club. Roger achieved a hole in one and Richard scoring the lowest round of 45. Well done team.
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The Community Service Committee is responsible for organising events to give direct service to the community OR to raise funds for community groups and charities. Examples include: Father Christmas collections & Community Concerts.more
Rotary Youth Competitions 2022/23 Young: Artist, Environmentalist, Filmmaker, Photographer & Writer. Closing date for entries is - ** Monday 20th February 2023 **more
The Rotary Clubs of Dunmow & Takeley wish to say THANK YOU to all the Takeley, Little Canfield, Priors Green & Great Dunmow Grange residents who provided such a wonderful welcome to Santa on his tour of the area over the last week.more
The Membership Service Committee looks after the welfare of members and recruitment of new members. Committee Chair: Peter Watson.more
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