Days for Girls

Days for Girls is a global movement that prepares and distributes sustainable menstrual health solutions to girls who would otherwise miss school during their monthly periods.


Holderness Rotary Club have recently become involved with Days for Girls, a global movement that prepares and distributes sustainable menstrual health solutions to girls who would otherwise miss school during their monthly periods.


Reusable sanitary products are made by Rotarians, friends, family members, Inner Wheel members (in fact anyone who can be roped in!) and distributed to areas where girls and women would otherwise not have access to menstrual health solutions resulting in improved educational attendance and achievement and dignity.

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Madison Cooke, Rylee Lamb, Chloe Smith, Fortune Onoh and Headteacher Mrs L.Clarke

RC Holderness have donated and planted a tree in the grounds of Chiltern Primary School for the benefit of pupils.

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Presentation to Queen's Centre for Oncology

Fundraising has raised valuable funds for the Oncology Unit at Castle Hill Hospital.

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‘Rotary: Making a Difference’ – members of the Rotary Club of Holderness show support for MIND Hull & East Yorkshire’s October Challenge.

"Making A Difference" - The Rotary theme for 2017-2018

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Thank You

Hull Santa Run 2019

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Past President Mary Wallace selected Giroscope as her President's Charity.

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Lynne Clarke, Annie Poulose, Mary Wallace and Jackie Sewell ably hindered by President Mike Winter and Past President Steve Hardy

Days for Girls is a global movement that prepares and distributes sustainable menstrual health solutions to girls who would otherwise miss school during their monthly periods.

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Golfers Wanted - Apply here. Entry fee, one sausage roll!

The Rotary clubs of Holderness and Hornsea & East Riding Am-Am golf competition in aid of Rotary charities.

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2019 Senior Winners - Holderness Academy

Inter-school public speaking competition

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Writing Competition Winner Hannah Argyle from Southcoates Primary School

First time entrants Southcoates Primary School provided the winner in the 2017 Writing Competition. Pictured along with Hannah are Jack Farrah and Courtney Ramsey. Past Rotary Club president Mary Wallace and Headteacher Ted Chamberlain complete the lineup

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Wishing Well at Spring Garden Centre

The Rotary Club of Holderness Wishing Well at Spring Garden Centre, Sigglesthorne.

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Holderness RotaKids in action at Westcott School Summer Fair

Holderness RotaKids in action at Westcott School Summer Fair with bargains galore! A great event very well supported by parents & Rotarians

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Know Your Blood Pressure Event

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Young Artist 2019

Hull Young Artist of the Year Competition showcases Hull's artistic talent.

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International Projects

Work we do internationally.

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