Stapleford Carnival 2018

We are helping to run Stapleford Carnival this year on 1st September

Flyer for Stapleford Carnival

Once again the Rotary Club of Beeston is lending its full support to Stapleford carnival.

The event will take place on Saturday, 1st September at the Recreation Ground on Ilkeston Road, Stapleford between 11am and 5pm.

There will be a nominal entry fee of just £1 for adults and 50p for children and senior citizens, with the funds raised helping towards providing a packed programme of entertainment throughout the day.

All proceeds, raised mainly from sponsorship and advertising in the programme, will go to local community projects and charities in the Stapleford area.

Hopefully the weather will be kind, as it was in 2017, so bring the family and have a great time.


'What We Do' Main Pages:

In February several members of the Rotary Club helped to erect an Eco-greenhouse at Beeston Fields Primary & Nursery School

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President Bruce Liddle's summary of Rotary year 2015/6

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Rotary is built on fellowship; serving our community and the wider world

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Promoting Stoke Awareness at Beeston Carnival

Supporting the Stroke Awareness Campaign

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Flyer for Stapleford Carnival

We are helping to run Stapleford Carnival this year on 1st September

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President Susan with representatives of supported charities

Representatives from local charities attending a club meeting.

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President Bruce Liddle presenting a cheque to Mrs Diane Diacon, Chair Broxtowe Women's project

Celebrating a successful Rotary Year supporting our local community

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Summary of recent presentations given at club meetings

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Beeston Fields Golf Club

Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions we have cancelled our 24th annual charity golf day, which was due to be held on Wednesday, May 13th, 2020 at Beeston Fields Golf Club.

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President Bruce Liddle with Adie and the team at Men In Sheds. The bench is now installed in Beeston by the tram station.

After 60 years service the Rotary bench at Beeston church was in need of some restoration; the Age UK Men In Sheds team made a great job of refurbishing the bench in return for a donation.

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