At the Melplash Show we promoted the Club and the Trick Factory. Our gazebo displayed the Trick Factory banner; inside a film, by 14 year old Charlie King, was shown on a large tv screen. Purple for Polio "badges" were on sale and a Shelterbox was displayed.
The event was a huge success with very many parents, teenagers and children coming to talk to us and to watch the film which was on a loop.
We were also honoured with a visit by Rotary assistant district governor Michael Fernando, from Yeovil, who made a special trip to see this project led initiative which Rotary GB&I are encouraging all clubs to follow.
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Rotary Club of Bridport members get involved in many and varied ways to support local causes, and other good causes too. Click on the related pages button for some specific activities...and scroll down to see some other examples of our activities...more
Rotary International operates in most countries of the world in many different projects. Some are long term projects and many are in response to man made and natural catastrophes.more
The Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) is an intensive training programme, for 16 to 19 year olds, designed to develop the leadership skills of young people with potential. The course takes place in February at Devon County Council"™s Dartmoor Centremore