Hospital Garden & CROCUSES by the entrance

Club members have been busy at Furness General Hospital.


Rotary is for communities and our club is doing its bit close to home by developing a garden at Furness General Hospital. Planting has been taking place and there's no mistaking who is responsible as the garden now sports a very attractive plinth suplied by Mike Gough from Abbey Marble & Granite.

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President Nischel Pandy of Delhi e Club exchanging banners

John & Val visit India to take part in one of Rotary's Polio National Immunisation Days.

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Club members have been busy at Furness General Hospital.

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We welcome enquiries from public-spiritedpeople who may be interested in joining our club.

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Youth Service

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Reg becomes a member of our Club

Reg will collect 1p for every mile he travels.

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The `Friends of The Rotary Club of Furness Peninsula`gives non Rotarians who want to support our events the opportunity to keep up to date with our plans.

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Stewards for the evening should be at the venue NO later than 6:30pm and should find a replacement to act for them if they are unable to attend. If a meeting is cancelled this list stays as it is - it does NOT move forward by a week.

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