more Austen had a quiet celebration with some of his family at Seatown but did have a surprise "party" with members of Bridport Rotary Club on Zoom. He plans a bigger celebration when Covid restrictions have been lifted.
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more The Cupboard Love food bank supports 60 Bridport families
more Lisa Finlayson & Wayne Fraser at Bradpole Post Office and Pete and Gill Mayo at Burton Bradstock Post Office between them sold over 200 pots of bulbs. This voluntary act of good will during these difficult times is very much appreciated by the Club.
more President Roger laid a wreath on behalf the Club at the Bridport war memorial
more Alison & Steve Todd presented a few months of the scrubbers lives in lockdown 2020
more Bridport Town Council were looking for £5000 financial support to put their plan into action. Bridport Rotary responded immediately with a donation of £2000 for this vital project.
more The West Dorset Scrubbers was started by a group of five including Penny Callaghan at Symondsbury to make the urgently required PPE for the health industry fighting COVID 19.
more A team of Rotarians planted 4000 crocus bulbs by the East Street roundabout and Sea Road North which will look lovely in the Spring.
more Supporters families raising funds with a draw and tombola whilst showing off their skills on a looped video and raising Rotary & Trick profiles. Photos by Mark Margetts.
more The annual fund raising effort for good causes through selling Hyacinth bulbs in Bucky Doo Square
more Donation to the Dorset and Somerset air Ambulance
more Raising funds at late night Christmas shopping
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more Rotary Club's first venture into a cream teas event at West Bay.
more Incredible this team, who are often the the first to arrive at an emergency, are ENTIRELY funded by donations and not by the NHS. The Â£1600 donation bought a complete set of equipment.
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