Who we are

An overview of the Club


THE ROTARY CLUB OF KING'S LYNN TRINITY 

This page provides an overview of our Club see the other pages for more detail

The Club was founded in 1989.It currently has 20 members and we meet most Thursdays at The Stuart House Hotel, Goodwins Road, King's Lynn but click programme on our home page for further details.

We are entering a new phase in our Club's history as we venture into our 31st year as a Club and we welcome our current Joint Presidents Peter Harris and Ernie Foreman

We have a full programme of Local and International projects for this year but subject to the restrictions of Coronavirus

Youth - our Future 

We are the Lead Club for Schools Make Music providing youngsters with the opportunity to perform to a live audience

We also are the lead Club for Kids Out and Crucial Crew and participate in the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards.

The Club holds a Rotary Young Chef Competition at College of West Anglia,the winner going forward to the District and hopefully the National Competition as our candidate  did in 2010/11.

The Club also organises the Rotary Young Server RegionalCompetition

The Club also sponsors and supports the Interact Clubs at King Edward VII School and Springwood High School Academy

We participate in Dictionaries for Life providing children with the tools to progress in their education

All are projects that help young people to progress, develop and build their future. 

Community and Vocational Committee:

We are always pleased to support local charities during the Rotary Year and are always alive to opportunities to serve the local community dependent upon identified needs

The Club have been involved in Community Projects such as Tree Planting and Garden construction in Kings Lynn

Look out around King's Lynn next February and you will see swathes of Purple Crocuses planted to commemorte the Cenrenry of the Rotary Foundation - Rotary's own Charity - demonstrating Rotary's commitment to ending the scourge of Polio with our Purple4Polio Campaign- we are this close!

International

The Club is active in buying and filling Aquaboxes, Shelter Boxes and Emergency boxes for use in Disaster Areas of the world.We have also supported Sight-savers

We have also  supported Aid to Hospitals Worldwide in providing surplus hospital and medical equipment to areas of the world that can use it to benefit those in need and have provided much needed water supplies in Zambia.

We are involved with Lend with Care which provides loans to enterprising people in Thirld World countries giving them the opportunity to strt their own business and contribute to their countrie's economic well being 

Membership:

We welcome prospective new members to attend our meetings where you can be sure of a welcome and a lively and entertaining evening of Fellowship

For more information please use " contact  " at the bottom of our home page    

Founder President Roger Allflatt inducting new President Lesley Bambridge at our Charter Evening on Thursday July 4th 2013

'What We Do' Main Pages:

Beach Cleaning 18th April 2021

Our involvement in caring for our planet

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An overview of the Club

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Sarah Harper Occupational Therapist using Ipad Mini

What Trinity is doing to help the community

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For contribution to Schools make Music

In recognition of service to "Schools Make Music"

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The Young Chefs ready for action

Mouth-watering dishes served up by wannabe top Chefs of the future

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KES and Springwood teams Dec 13

KES and Springwood teams Dec 13

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RYLA 2013

RYLA 2013

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The Rotary Foundation

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I-pad for Forward Day Centre

Community Service activities

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Santa 2017 with his sleigh

Fund Raising

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International activities

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25th Anniversary Plate presented by Club Rotaire de Grenoble Sud

Trinity's 25th Charter Anniversary

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President Jim Milne welcoming the High Sheriff

Visit to the Club by High Sheriff of Norfolk

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Spirit of Norfolk at rest

Club members acquaint themselves with the work of the RNLI by a visit to Hunstanton Lifeboat Station

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