Pop-up Shop at the Palace Moat Boat Race

The wet start to the day did not deter Wells Rotarians from erecting and manning a 'pop-up shop' at the Recreation Ground.

The Dream Team and Heads Up's representative.

The regular teams of Rotarians provided a venue for and raised money for Wells's local Heads Up charity.  A wide range of 'previously loved' items were united with new owners and Heads Up benefited from the sale and the publicity of the occasion.

Rotary in Wells aims to hold a pop-up shop every three or four months, to raise money for one of its charities and suitable donations can be left with the club in advance.  The club fielded a team for a pop-up shop in early December to help to fund the opportunity for a young person to develop their confidence and leadership skills, via a weekend on Exmoor in the late winter - let us hope for clement weather!

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Wendy Ray is welcomed to Wells Rotary

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We would like to welcome Julia Banwell to Wells Rotary Club

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The Dream Team and Heads Up's representative.

The wet start to the day did not deter Wells Rotarians from erecting and manning a 'pop-up shop' at the Recreation Ground.

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At Wells Rotary Club we are involved with various acitivities within the community, from working with young people through Kids Out, Young Chef and Public speaking, to organising the reindeer parade.

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Link to Circa 1200

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