The Rotary Club of Newark Castle are a voluntary group of of people who give of their time and talents to support the causes and raise funds within the local community. From the "What We Do" pages you will see a variety of events and project that the club has organised or has been involved with. Just click on the above link to be taken to the "What We Do" page.
This page contains a number of past projects and interesting items that will give you a flavour of the huge variety of activities that we have been involved with (select items on the right hand side of this page for more detailed information).
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more Representatives from both Charities namely Sara Grant from Newark Home- Start and Ben Petts from Cancer Research UK were invited to speak at our Zoom meeting
more Graham Hayes, a Nottingham born and bred Rotarian, gave an illustrated talk on some of the many historic mansions and stately homes that once existed in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
more Hearing Ambassadors is for everyone, regardless of hearing ability.
more Wednesday January 22nd saw the Newark Castle and Retford clubs meet in the first round of the District 1220 Ten-Pin Bowling Competition.
more When it was announced that London was going to host the 2012 Olympic Games Elaine thought that, rather than just going to watch, she would volunteer to help.
more Support Dogs is a registered national charity dedicated to increasing independence and quality of life for people with various medical conditions. They provide, train and support specialist assistance dogs to achieve this.
more Sue is a recently retired CEO of her own IT Company
more Mr Bob Hattersley is welcomed into the club by joint Presidents Celia Smallwood and Roger Pykett
more The construction by NET 2 of two new tram lines from the centre of Nottingham to Toton and Clifton has created the opportunity for some of the largest archaeological interventions in Nottingham for many years.
more Peter Hammond an Archaeologist by profession explained that Sir Robert Heron, of Stubton Hall, had the foresight to set up a Workhouse in Claypole in 1821.
more Belvoir’s involvement with Uganda began twelve years ago through the efforts of Jane, who at that time was not a Rotarian, but who later joined V.o.B Club after attracting their support. In fact, around about that time she also visited our club.
more The school has two sites, Appleton Gate for 3-4 year olds and London Road for 14-18 year olds.
more Chesterfield Rotary Club had lost 40% of its members, had an average age of 75, only 6/7 were active members and found it extremely difficult to recruit new younger members. Therefore, they took the decision to try and form a satellite club.
more We were pleased to welcome our new District Governor, David, who came to give us his personal background and to expand upon his plans for Rotary throughout his year.
more On arrival we had simple Health and Safety talk and a fun test followed by a game which comprised of a large box of ‘Rubbish’ which we had to sort into Recycling ,Non Recycling ,Charity Shop Donation and Compost
more Constance Penswick Smith was born in 1878. She was the daughter of a Church of England priest and came to live in Coddington when she was twelve years old.
more All operational volunteers are trained to the highest standards and dedicate much of their free time to going on courses and attending exercise classes to maintain a good level of fitness.
more Ken Heathcote and Piper.
more The Fishtail Fund works in partnership with a similar trust operated by the Rotary Club of Pokhara Fishtail.
more Stephen, as Chair of the Trustees, came to express a genuine message of thanks and appreciation to our all our Club members who, over many years, had supported the charity through transporting the mobile classroom to and from many schools.
more Many regard Leonardo as a prime example of the universal genius or Renaissance Man.