Community and Vocational

Community and Vocational activities seek opportunities whereby Rotarians are actively involved, fostering good relations, and developing networking opportunities. We assist the vulnerable, socially marginalised and those with medical needs, in order to enhance the quality of people's lives, across all ages. 

We also assist with educational activities with school age pupils, such as hearing readers, help with literacy skills and the gifting of dictionaries. The organising of an outing for physically disabled pupils in connection with Kids Days Out fosters confidence building. Fun activities in conjunction with Norfolk Young Carers provides freedom from caring responsibilities, and aiding safety awareness for Year 6 pupils is achieved through Crucial Crew days. 
In the past year, we have supported Time Norfolk, participated in the Christmas Tree Festival at St Peter Mancroft Church, worked with The Salvation Army to provide Christmas hampers, toys, and vouchers for local families, and supported the visitor’s centre at HMP Norwich Prison. 
Each year we facilitate the opportunity for attendance at the Rotary Youth Leadership Award scheme and put a spotlight on local people who show Service above Self through the President’s Certificate of Recognition. 
We have a great deal of fun and fellowship through quiz nights, frugal suppers, by donating to foodbanks. We try to make a difference, if you would like to join us, or sample Rotary for yourself, please contact Paul Robinson.  

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Articles for the local paper written by Gill Webster - one of our members


Mark Little with a group of those who we rescued.


International Charity Work