Santa sleigh

Santa sleigh

Santa and his lovely sleigh were out on 5 evenings in December, with lots of excited children coming out to talk to him.  We could not operate the sleigh without the help of the local Explorers - scouts between 14-18 years.  The Explorers who help us are our Rossendale Interact club.  Interact clubs bring together young people aged 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self - which maps very well onto the scouting ethos.  Thanks to the generosity of local residents, a goodly sum was raised, which will be used to benefit community projects in the next twelve months.


Christmas sub-pages:

Annual Carol Concert at St Mary's Church Rawtenstall

Community Carol Concert

more Some of the club's community activities

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Wrap Up East Lancashire

more Wrap Up East Lancashire is a campaign run by local Rotary Clubs in partnership with the registered charity Hands On London. Warm winter coats are donated and distributed to needy people via local charities.

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Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

more How Rossendale Rotary provides a self-development opportunity for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Pond on Millennium Green at Lumb

Millennium Green at Lumb

more Rotary is working with the local community to clear the pond and tidy up the green

Water Village Band Music Stands

more The club donated money to replace the ageing music stands for one of our local village brass bands.

Irwell Vale Floods Boxing Day 2015

more Rotary District 1190 granted £2,000 to Rossendale Rotary Club for the Irwell Valley Flood Appeal.

Balladen School Touch Screen

more Rossendale Rotary help purchase a new Touchscreen for the reception class.

50+ Grant Scheme

more Rotary club of Rossendale grant scheme for projects to mainly benefit the over 50"™s in the BB4 postcode area.

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