Our approach to Club communications and public relations is closely linked to our approach to membership development, recruitment and retention.
The purpose of our outward facing communications is principally to raise our profile with the rural communities we serve and recruit from. Press releases will be used to record significant events. We will also utilise our website and Facebook page to provide an internet presence and point of contact.
We believe, however that the most effective publicity and recruitment tool is a personal approach - for Club members to take every opportunity to tell people about the work we do, the difference we can make to our communities, locally and around the world, and how much satisfaction, fun and fellowship we get from being Rotarians
Whenever we're involved in events, whether run by the Club, helping others to raise funds, or one of the range of community activities we contribute to, we will provide information - oral and written and fly the flag for Rotary.
The following text is from our Club information leaflet.
Would you like to:-
Have the opportunity to contribute to local, national and international projects to help those less fortunate than ourselves?
Help local groups and charities to meet the needs of our communities, by helping them with funding and events?
Support the development of young people in our communities, and around the world?
Be part of a club, and an organisation, that is proud of its motto Service Above Self?
Join a group of local people who enjoy fellowship and friendship while helping others and having fun?
Ask About Joining Rotary!
If you would like to help the Club in its activities but do not wish to become a full Member, ask about becoming a "Friend of Rotary".
If you would like more information about our Club, and membership, please contact;
Mike Powell, Telephone; 013398 86369 or Email; email@example.com