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Toys for Christmas

Rotarians Angela Joseph and Peter Drabble spent a busy day shopping in Malton and Norton for the Savation Army's appeal for 'Toys for Christmas' .Peter is seen handing over a collection of babywear, colouring books, construction sets, gloves, play dough, toys and clothing to Vavina Mortimer at the Salvation Army rooms in Norton. All goods were purchased at local shops and stores. 

Rotarian Peter Drabble delivering toys to Norton Salvation Army 'Toys for Christmas Appeal'


An Extraordinary International  

meeting of club members was 

recently held in India.

Rotarian Angela Joseph is a tour manager seen here with a party of forty (fairly safe)holiday makers in India

Angela is undertaking her Advanced Course in tuk-tuk driving.

Whilst in Delhi, Angela met up with Rotarian Martyn Herring (our forensic accountant) who was en route to Shimla in the Punjab.

Clive and Diane Warcup

Clive has been the Assistant Governor for our district for years and has always been available for advice and support during his time in office. He has now handed over his office and is now an 'ordinary' member'. We invited Clive and Diane to a club meal and made both of them Honorary members. (As Clive paid for both of their meals, this was about as cheap as you can get.)

Thank you Clive and Diane for your support and help over the years

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 29th  January 1947

Malton and Norton Rotary Club. 1947-2022

Ruth Perrot  MBE in  Africa at an eye clinic in Africa

A site for sore eyes

Two Volunteer Concrete mixers

Storage for our Pop Up Charity Shop


News from Club members and our various social activities


An annual event. Our 'Posh Shop'sells high quality affordable goods. In 2019 we open on Friday 17th May for four weeks on Finkle street opposite to Boyes Store.. Thank you for your help in this successful and worthwhile enterprise

The Malton War Memorial

The Malton and Norton Rotary Club War Memorial Project lists the casualties of the two world wars combined with a project to restore one of the six war memorials in the three towns.