The Community Committee is involved with several projects each year, some of which are carried out on a year to year basis. Some projects are new to the club, but all are intended to assist and offer help and compassion to people in the community who maybe less fortunate than ourselves.
Some relief after the lockdown!
Weekly meeting for people in our community who feel a bit lonely.
Kids Out is a dedicated day in the year, when Rotary Clubs around the country make the effort to ensure some children either disabled or deprived in some way, have some fun.
At the beginning of April each year, there is a day set aside where Rotary Clubs offer a blood-pressure facility to the general public. Our club has chosen to carry out this project at two venues, Oswaldtwistle Mills and the library where members of the public are asked if they would like their blood-pressure taken, we have a qualified nurse present to advise where necessary, and blood pressure details can be issued and taken back to their respective General Practitioner.
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