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Our work in Youth and Environment has been recognised with the Rotary District 1080 Gold Environment Award in 2016, followed by national recognition with the Rodney Huggins Award in 2017 - this is the first time a national award has been given to Sudbury Rotary Club in its 67 year history.
Rotary International Vice President Jennifer Jones, accompanied by Rodney Huggins, presented the trophy to Sudbury Rotary Club Past-President Gill Norton at the Rotary GB&I Conference in Manchester.
Young people and the youth of our community, the wider district and overseas have been at the forefront of our club activities and projects for many years. We realise the importance of introducing young people to their local environment and community, so that they might grow to have a better understanding and equip them to be the custodians of the future by enhancing their personal development.
The major contributors to our winning The Rodney Huggins Award were :
Our commitment to all aspects of our environment and nature programme shows the importance of these projects and our desire to ensure they grow and stay a vibrant part of our club’s work.
more A summary of our environmental work with schools.
more Working with local schools to inform about Rotary's 'End Polio' campaign.
more A summary of the Club's environmental interests that has resulted in a Gold Environment Award
back A key part of our work is to promote the environment and to encourage schools to become aware of the importance of their environment. We also support individual projects in several primary schools.