Saturday 5th April saw a group of Redruth Rotarians helped by members of 77 (Redruth) Squadron ATC struggle in damp and windy conditions plant 30 saplings at Trefusis Park, Redruth.
In August this year it will be 100 years since the outbreak of WW1 during which a total number of military and civilian casualties totalled 37 million of which 17million were killed. This total included 7 million civilians and 10 million military.
The trees that were supplied free by the Woodland Trust included Rowan, Silver Birch and Wild Cherry will eventually form a small copse giving year round colour to commemorate all those that were involved in the war.
Later in the year on the 27th July a commemoration service will be held at the park to which all members of the public are invited to attend.The Cormac staff from Cornwall Council who help to maintain the parks are to be thanked for all their help over the last year to enable this community scheme to be fulfilled.
more The 'A' Team at Redruth Fun Day.
more Almost 300 people took advantage of having their Blood Pressure checked when Rotarians manned a Stroke Awareness Stand in Pool Market on Saturday April 28th and Sunday April 29th ‘
more The Rotary Club of Redruth held a Golf Day at Tehidy Park Golf Club. Eighteen teams took part. Over £3000 was raised, final proceeds being donated to Marie Claire Cancer Car
more The Rotary Club of Redruth had a bumper collection over Christmas with their sleigh thanks to the generosity of the public who donated £3399.72, all of which will be used to benefit local charities. Our grateful thanks to all.
more More than 200 people took advantage of having their Blood Pressure checked when Rotarians manned a Stroke Awareness Stand in Pool Market on Saturday April 20th and Sunday April 21st.
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