On Saturday 22 August Maria Anstiss and Chris Shortt took part in a voluntary litter pick in the Borough. It was organised by College Ward Residents Association. Mike Waddilove took part in a previous litter pick. This is an example of how Rotary can get involved with the local community. Tim Humphries, the organiser, had this to say "I am delighted that Chris Shortt passed the event on to his fellow members of the Rotary Club and we shall mention that in our next flyer to the College Ward residents which I hope will encourage some more of our members to join in next time. There are many more roads to add to the list and since we could do with a bigger team next time the Rotary Club help will show our members that it is a decent thing to do and maybe we can get more of them on board because of their example this time."
more Help make the walled garden beautiful - Join our team!!
more Epsom Rotary and Ewell Rotary have teamed to use an allotment to help the local community
more A photo competition for the members of Scouting in Epsom and Ewell
more Epsom Rotary supports this local residents initiative
more At the annual bowls match the sun shone for Mike Waddilove
more Maria has items left from the Virtual Bring and Buy and she sold some at the Car Boot Sale
more Some of the best performers of Epsom and Ewell put together a programme for you to watch. Just log in to YouTube with the supplied link and prepare to be amazed! Free to watch, but donate to our charity collection if you wish!
more Details of the support group for the Old Moat Garden Centre
more The Centre have plans to upgrade/expand their facilities and the plan is for us to help in their walled garden, with restoration work
more AMECA is an organisation which specialises in heathcare support in Malawi. It is run by Ruthie Markus, an Epsom Rotarian.
more What Epsom Rotary are doing to help and how you can join in...
more Every year Epsom Rotary supports Meeting Room. This year we have done even more for them
more Here is some news about the COVID crisis and what Epsom Rotary did to help
more A talk about how Gin became a staple of the English diet
more If you have discovered things you don't need in the Lockdown and you want tto donate them to charity, consider our virtual Bring and Buy. Click on Details to see the link to our Group Page
more The winners have been announced of Epsom Rotary's Young Artist Competition
more Epsom Rotary donated 100 packages of soothing creams and balms to the nurses at Epsom Hospital
more Winners have been announced - click Details
more A team of nine eager volunteers helped out at the Walled Garden
more Sunnybank Trust and Epsom and Ewell Rotaries visited St Ebba's to bring a festive spirit to the residents.
more Epsom Rotary has supported The Meeting Room for many years. It is an organisation that runs daytime drop-in centres for homeless, socially isolated and vulnerable people living within our local community.
more A COVID restricted collection time this year. But you can still donate via JustGiving - see below.
more Maria ran a tabletop sale outside St Martin's Church to raise money for Rotary Charities
more The Old Cottage hospital needed more refrigerated storage for flu vaccines so we stepped in to help
more Murder in the Alps a huge success
more Ewell Rotary, Best of Epsom and Epsom Rotary laid wreaths at the War Memorial in Ashley Road Epsom
more Well Done to Winner (John Goddard source), Andyru ( Anne Richardson source) and Laura and Elsie (Julie Morris source) for coming 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the race. Winner came 98th in the overall UK race - so well done again!
more Brilliant Quiz night with our friends from Chantilly, France. Epsom Rotary and Epsom and Ewell Town Twinning met with the Rotary Club of Chantilly and the Jumelage of Chantilly for a Franco-British quiz.
more Epsom Rotary organised a fund raising page on Just Giving to buy buckets and soap for Malawi. We raised over £2000.
more A great educational evening about Gin and Tonic with three gins to try
more Clive Richardson was inducted as President of Epsom Rotary over Zoom on June 25th 2020
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