Our Christmas Collection

Watch out for Santa


Come and see Santa this December.

He will be outside Sainsburys in North Cheam between 2 and 4 December and atTesco on the the Sutton By-pass between 9 and 11 December.

This Christmas our Rotary Club will be collecting for local, national and international charities.

We look forward to seeing you and the family during our collections and we are sure you will enjoy meeting Santa and hearing the joyful Christmas music.

We wish you all a Peaceful, Healthy and Happy Christmas.

Ho, Ho, Ho

 


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Santa in 2019.

Last year we could not carry out our usual street collections. Please donate online instead.

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Your help is very much needed

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What a great competition!

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A splendid evening

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Chris begins the new Rotary year as president.

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The UK's leading cancer charity for children, young people and their families.

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Would you like someone to come and provide your organisation with a talk?

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We are a very friendly Rotary club.

We now meet back at Chipstead Golf Club.

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President Denise together with representatives of the charities that received the Christmas Collection cheques

President Denise together with representatives of the charities that received the Christmas Collection cheques

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A charity walk in Nonsuch Park.

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Another win for the team we support

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Please donate to help those poor people in Ukraine

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A great evening of Rotary

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Helping the Community

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Barry receives a special Rotary Award

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A charity walk in Nonsuch Park.

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The Classic Car Show of the summer

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We donate goods to a local Food Bank

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At last our new president receives his Badge of Office

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Let's go!

Taking children to the Adventure Park

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Welcome to Peter Stammers

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Come and join us on one of our projects!

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Ignore the guys! We sent these charming lasses, all from Carshalton High School for Girls.

We do lots on Youth Leadership through sending students to the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) training scheme

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Gordon Thomas receives his award

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It all started with Henry VIII when he decided to build a palace in Nonsuch Park. And what a spectacular palace it was. It cost even more that Hampton Court to build. The shame is that there is hardly a sign of it left in .....

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Meppen

Linking with our Rotary friends in Germany

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Not a difficult walk of about 300 yrds. but uphill. Downhill on the way back! Get one of us to give you a lift!

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