The Annual Silloth on the Green Day was held at the end of May in brilliant sunshine. Families joined in the fun with live entertainment, craft stalls, family dog show, fun fair and donkey rides.
This year for the first time 14 Rotary clubs from across North Cumbria came together to showcase their work in communities at home and worldwide. The North Cumbria Rotary Clubs provided a human fruit machine and a variety of games such as boules and bat the rat where the public were enthusiastically queuing to get involved.
Brampton & Longtown Rotary provided a smoothie bike giving people the opportunity to take some exercise whilst making their own smoothie and there was a schools technology tournament that youngsters could join in. The selection of classic cars attracted a lot of interest and the vehicles promoting Rotary’s Project to Eradicate Polio from the world provided people an opportunity to see an Iron Lung.
more Community organisations coming together to plant fruit and vegetables in open spaces
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more Helping out at the Vaccination Clinics in Carlisle & Brampton
more A show of floral colour in the village.
more Community organisations coming together in both towns to plant fruit and vegetables in open spaces
more Community organisations coming together to plant fruit and vegetables in open spaces.
more Christmas Past, Present and Future
more Donation to support the development of the Food bank in Brampton with the help of Carlisle Foodbank.
more More than 50 people take part in health checks
more Brampton & Longtown Rotary were delighted to be involved on Saturday 13 May 2017 at an exciting Community Health Event with entertainment, activities and Health MOTs.
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