Rotary Christmas Puddings

Our famous Christmas Puddings
Photo shows the official presentation made in March 2019 to the Prostate Cancer Charities in respect of the funds raised from the 2018 Appeal.



For 2018 and 2019  the Rotary Club of Cwmbran Vale ( famously known as "The Pudding Club " ) annual Christmas pudding appeal supported  three prostate cancer charities:

Prostate Cymru, Prostate Scotland and Prostate Cancer UK. 

Over the years the charities previously supported through this appeal include  Meningitis Now,  Stroke Association, the Alzheimer's Society, and End Polio Now.  

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Our famous Christmas Puddings Photo shows the official presentation made in March 2019 to the Prostate Cancer Charities in respect of the funds raised from the 2018 Appeal.

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The presenting of a donation on behalf of the Rotary Club of Cwmbran Vale being made to the Eastern Valley Foodbank.

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Details of the assitance provided to the NHS and others. Photo shows President Alan unloading the van and delivering the goods

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an informal Club Presidential Handover on 1 July 2021 due to Covid restrictions.

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Presentation to Griffithstown Coronavirus Support Group Foodshare

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Money raised for St David's Hospice Care by the Terry Richards memorial dinner;money raised for Shelterboxes by pupils at Croesyceiliog School; handing a cheque for £17,000 for Alzheimers to Wales' First Minister, Carwyn Jones.

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Presentation of awards to pupils

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Presentation at Croesyceiliog School

Presentation by the Rotary Club of Cwmbran Vale

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glasses raised to the 80 years old youngsters

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The provision of vital information for use in the case of an emergency.

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. to continue making a difference it was decided to organise a “ Relay” Marathon along the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal to raise funds - average team age of 70 + and the oldest being in his 80s.

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Photo shows three willing Members giving a helping hand in the Sight Cymru's garden in Pontypool.

Happy gardeners giving a helping hand

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