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Arctic

Rob Caskie gave an excellent talk on Arctic exploration which raised over £2000 for our charities.

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Donation to Tyndale Hospice

We still carry on raising money and distributing it to local charities despite complying with the lockdown rules.

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Kelso Zoom Meeting

Several of our members regularly join the Kelso Rotary Club in their "Kelso Conversations"

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Party Evening

We raised funds for the elimination of Polio with a Jazz Evening

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Durham Cathedral

We had a great day out in Durham, organised by our President. A tour of the Cathedral was followed by a visit to the Harrison & Harrison Organ Works

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Rotary Magazine

Today's meeting had a talk by Dave King, the editor of the Rotary Magazine who gave us tips on improving our image.

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Oxygen Concentrators being packed for despatch

Hexham Rotary respond rapidly to the request for better oxygen supplies in India.

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Dilston Castle

We had a special visit to Dilston Castle near Hexham to learn of its Jacobite connection

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Certificate Presentation

AYP financial have supported our Christmas Card project for many years and we now formally acknowledge their help.

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certificate

Africa has officially been declared Polio Free

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Tree Planting

Tree Planting 16th November Hexham Rotary are committed to combating the joint effects of the deadly tree disease of Ash Dieback (Ash Chalara) and the increase of atmospheric CO2 by undertaking to plant many Oak trees in Hexham.

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The Start of NTGNR

We raised money for charity by having a marathon walk

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A side entrance to the flue

To help keeping in touch during lockdown, we have started a walking group. It keeps to the lockdown rules so might be as little as two people.

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On the 8th July instead of our usual meeting we had a visit to a local garden.

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Log Bank

This charity helps to provide fuel to the fuel poor of Northumberland

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Christmas Eve

Our Christmas Dinner should have been today, Monday 21st December, but again the virus changed our plans and we had a celebratory Zoom meeting tasting various mince pies and cheeses followed by a Happy Christmas Toast to all.

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Mike Coleman

At our usual weekly meeting, we presented Mike Coleman of Core Music a Paul Harris Fellowship Award for his services to the Town

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Pulling up Himalayan Balsam near Warden

In August we helped the Tyne Rivers Trust by destroying some of the invasive weed, Himalayan Balsam, growing next to the Tyne.

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Handing in Laptops to the Co-op

Hexham Rotary has joined the scheme to provide laptops to disadvantaged children to help with their schooling.

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Andy Pryor receives the PHF

Andy Pryor was surprised to receive a Paul Harris Fellowship Award from President Roy Dallison

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Collecting in Fore Street with the carols in the background

Despite the cold weather, we collected for local charities in Fore Street Hexham in the week before Christmas raising over £2000.

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Core Music Founder

Hexham Rotary has given £5000 to Core Music of Hexham to provide free tuition for deserving youngsters.

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Donating the Hand Cream

To thank the NHS for their work during the pandemic, we donated 200 jars of hand cream to the staff at Hexham Hospital

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