The garden with six benches is found on the junction of Little Aston Road (A454) and High Street, Aldridge and is adjacent to the roundabout. After being developed by Rotarians it is now looked after every week by members who find a bit of spare time to pop down for litter picking and weeding duties.
Although next to a busy main road this is a surprisingly tranquil setting allowing many local people to sit, relax, reflect and enjoy each others company. A project to improve the local environment by the Rotary Club of Aldridge.
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The Rotary Shoebox Scheme has been running since 1994. https://www.rotaryshoebox.org/about-us/ Each year the scheme sends around 50,000 boxes or gifts to countries in Eastern Europe. Gifts are sent throughout the year to orphanages, homes and hospitals.more
The Tree of Light stands in the Morrisons' store in Aldridge. Lights on the tree can be sponsored to remember our loved ones at this special time of the year. This is a major fundraiser for the club and helps us to support many projects.more
The Club works with local schools and youth groups in many ways. We run several Rotary competitions at a local, district & national level but these can be adapted in any way to suit the needs of the group.more
Show your pooch to thousands of people in the community and help to raise money for charity. Upload a photograph of your dog, choose a category to enter and make a minimum donation of £2 for charity.more