2. What we do locally

Stainborough Rotary Club is very active in the community, supporting worthy causes such as Centrepoint, Silkstone Scout Camp and Young People’s leadership programme. The Club also helps Santa with his Sleigh every Christmas.


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Happy Bags

more Rtn Hilary and her team have made up 'Happy Bags' to distribute to elderly and vulnerable people during the pandemic

Supporting Barnsley Foodbank

more Rotarians helped to raise awareness of Tesco shoppers to support their local food bank in Hoyland, Penistone & Stairfoot 15-17 July.

Scarecrow competition - Hoylandswaine

more Every year Stainborough Rotary supports the scarecrow festival in Hoylandswaine. This year's theme was "Staycation" and our scarecrow celebrated puppet shows of the past.

Swinton lock Activity Centre Presented with cheque

more President Ray presented a cheque for £1000 to Jayne Senior - CEO

Proud to honour Jayne Senior and Elizabeth with Paul Harris Fellowship

more Wonderful Charity Workers Receive Rotary Recognition

Presentation to the Hospice

more President Ray presented a £500 cheque to Barnsley Hospice.

Remembering the victims of Covid 19

more These photos were taken at Locke Park. Ann Cherry - 'Friends of Locke Park' and Frederic, the gentleman who has produced the wording on the heart are proudly holding the plaque.

A bumper collection of toiletries for the Women’s Refuge

more Collected by Rtn Julie Scarfe from Family and friends.

Spreading a bit of Joy - Santa came to Dodworth!

more Stainborough Rotary contacted Santa and asked him and Mrs Santa to ride through Dodworth, Gilroyd, and Higham - So Sunday 6th December 2020 he did just that!!!!

Presents for all young people at CentePoint

more Every year Stainborough Rotarians donate Christmas presents to CentrePoint and this year is no different. Bettina, Chris and team at Centrepoint, have said thank you adding that the young people will be delighted with the gifts. Thanks to all.

Collection for women’s refuge

more Rtns Geoff & Norma have been co-ordinating a collection of toiletries via their neighbourhood WhatsApp group for the women’s refuge. Check out what they’ve been able to collect. Brilliant project for Lockdown.

Virtual Santa

more On Sunday 20th December, children had the opportunity to chat to santa online in between his very busy schedule.

Collecting for the Red Cross

more Stainborough Rotary Club raises £353.43 for the Red Cross at Tesco Stairfoot

Christmas Tea Party

more Our annual Tea party was a great Success!

Primary School Enterprise

more 10.07.19 We supported the Primary school enterprise event at the Metrodome today. Credit to all the young people who did themselves and their school proud.

Planting Purple Crocus Bulbs

more Supporting the eradication of Polio world wide

Litter Pick

more Saturday 26th September Rtns supported Silkstone with their Litter Pick

Hoylandswaine Scarecrow 2020

more Every year Rotary Supports the Scarecrow festival in Hoylandswaine This years theme is the NHS

Silkstone Summer Fair 2019

more Rotarians helped out on the day of the fair

March 2019 - Musical concert

more Our club supported Penistone Arts week by holding a musical concert at Wortley Hall

Stainborough RC donates £2000.00 to the Scouts

more Richard Galliford presenting a cheque for just over £2k to representatives of Silverwood Scout camp. The money will be used to buy equipment for scouting activities.

Hoylandswaine Scarecrow 2019

more Every year Rotary Supports the Scarecrow competition This year we have come a credible 3rd place

Christmas Tea Party 2018

more Held at Cawthorne Village Hall

Hoylandswaine clean up

more Stainborough Rotary Joined Twiggs in helping to give Hoylandswaine a spring clean

Stainborough RC helps Santa out at Little Houghton

more Both Rtns David & Joyce helped out at the Little Houghton Christmas fair.

Centre Point Sleep Out

more Supporting all those brave people sleeping out tonight at Oakwell

Pie and Litter Pick

more Rotary at its best - A great way to spend a Sunday

RYLA

more Rotary Youth Leadership Awards. Pictures from this years Camp. Well done to Lucy and Rtns Derek & Richard.

Destination Barnsley

more Barnsley’s multicultural festival was held on Sunday 15 July. Destination Barnsley International Festival celebrates all people who are helping to create a better Barnsley for everyone. Stainborough Rotarians helped out on this excellent day.

Working with the Twiggs Tidy Team

more Stainborough Rotary Club working with the Twiggs Tidy Team to help clear up the grave yard at Wortley church.

2018 Hoylandswaine Scarecrow Trail

more Each year Stainborough Rotary supports Rtn Hilary to dress her scarecrow - This years theme was Musical artists - Well done to everyone involved, the web master loves it! We came second!

Barnsley Youth Choir

more We are very proud to have pledged £500 to help support the Choir to go to the Edinburgh Fringe this year. Barnsley Youth Choir is a charity that provides outstanding opportunities to over 400 children living in the area.

Spreading a bit of Joy - Santa in Birdwell!

more Rotarians Geoff & Norma have Collected for Hospice & Foodbank Partnership

Spa Bottom clean up

more A number of Rotarians helped to clean up the road and the spa, ready for the band and celebrations on Sunday

Planting trees

more Tree / hedge plantation, 60 plants were planted around the boundary of ‘Centrepoint’ Wakefield Road site.

Centrepoint

more Centrepoint the homeless charity for young people is one of our charities for 2017/18

Coffee morning for MacMillan

more Kay Bennett and Stephen Gray hosted a coffee morning for MacMillan the cancer support charity. £300 was raised,

Woodhead Mountain Rescue

more The team would like to say a huge thank you to Stainborough RC for the generous donation of a £1000. This was for keeping people safe on the hills and in adverse weather conditions. Without donations like this, we simply couldn’t do what we do.

Woodhead Mountain Rescue

more Woodhead Mountain Rescue is one of our charities for 2017/18

Interactors in action !!

INTERACT CLUB CHARITY BAG PACKING

more Members of the Horizon College interact Club, which we sponsor, were in action at Asda Barnsley, packing customers' bags and raising a splendid £451 for the people of the Philippines. A truly GREAT group of kids and a credit to their school.

Hoylandswaine Scarecrow

more Each year we join in the fun of building a Rotary Scarecrow for Hoylandswaine

SANTA IN ACTION AT TESCO PENISTONE

more Good old Father Christmas in seasonal action outside Tesco Penistone. Santa's efforts, supported by his elves, helps raise funds for local charities.

IF THE SHOEBOX FITS, SEND 300 !!

more We have recently ordered 300 Rotary Shoeboxes, to be filled by children at Horizon Community College where we sponsor an Interact Club. The shoeboxes will go to deprived children and elderly people in Eastern Europe. Look up www.rotaryshoebox.org

SPRING VALE COMMUNITY GARDEN

more Club members are involved with 'Grow Penistone' an initiative based at the Spring Vale Community Garden dedicated to growing fresh fruit and vegetables and maintaining a lovely community facility. The picture is the wildflower garden.

President Geoff Goodlad (second from right), plus three volunteers from Rockley Rotary, at work clearing debris and leaves outside the historic furnace and engine house

RESTORING THE HISTORIC FURNACE

more Rockley furnace and engine house are very important industrial heritage buildings in Rockley woods. Rotary are working with South Yorks Industrial Heritage Society to clear and fully survey this remarkable survivor of an earlier industrial age.

MARIE CURIE CANCER CARE CYCLE RIDE

more President Geoff Goodlad and Rockley President Steve Woodcock at a presentation to Rtn Tom Knight on 28 June. Tom cycled to every Rotary Club in South Yorks raising money for MC, the chosen charity for Tour de France. Tom raised £4632 - £250 from us.

INTERACT CLUB CHARTERING CEREMONY

more District Governor Simon Kalson and RIBI President Nan MacCreadie award the Charter to the excellent Interact Club at Horizon Community College. The Interact Club is jointly sponsored by our Club and RC Barnsley Rockley.

DISTRICT DISABILITY GAMES 30 MARCH

more Our enthusiastic volunteers looked after the Curling matches. There was a winner for each of the adult male, adult female and junior categories. Our volunteers ended the event very tired but inspired by the competitors, who were wonderful. Great even

TEENAGE CANCER TRUST

more Carrie Pointer, Richard Galliford's daughter, talked to the club about this excellent charity supporting adolescents with cancer. Here is Carrie receiving a donation of £100 from Mr President.