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How the banner represents the Rotary Club of Swadlincote


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Our contribution to society is shown in our club banner. We had it created to illustrate the area's past, which was predominately coal mining, clay extraction, pipeworks, pottery and ceramics. The present and  future is depicted by the tree which represents our location, in the middle of the National Forest.

The Analemmatic Sundial portrayed was our contribution to celebrate Rotary International's Centennial year and was built by members of the club within the National Forest at Rosliston Forestry Centre, where it remains to this day as a potent symbol of our hopes for the future of Swadlincote.

 

'What We Do' Main Pages:

Interact Club

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Previous events in the community

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The Four Way Test

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Video Player

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Types of meetings

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Club News, where Rotarians and the Public can find out what activities and events are on this Month.

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Future and Distrit 1220 events.

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How the banner represents the Rotary Club of Swadlincote

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Our International Projects including work with our twin club, sightsavers, school aid and AQUABOX

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Information regarding different types of membership to the Rotary Club of Swadlincote

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Rotary Foundation

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