In line with Government guidelines, Wickford Rotary are currently not meeting at our normal venue at The Chichester, in order to reduce the risk to members and the general public of spreading the Coronavirus COVID-19.
Sadly this means that as well as not engaging in our regular fellowship meetings, we have had to cancel our regular Quiz evenings, a Barn Dance planned for May, and our Jazz Night at the end of June. This will also reduce our ability to make as large charitable donations this year.
We are, however still meeting on a regular basis using Zoom, and getting quite a lot of our planning going, as well, as well keeping in touch with our fellow members.
Suffice to say that we will be working hard to recover the position when the situation changes later in the year.
If you would like to know more about what we do please do get in touch using the contact page and we'll be keen to help you understand what Rotary is all about
Meantime we exhort you to follow Government Guidelines and keep safe, and look forward to seeing you again once this current situation is resolved
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