Cleaning up in Hedge End and Botley

We continue to support the environment in our community with regular litter picks .




Throughout lockdowns we have continued to carry out regular monthly litter collections, albeit in pairs and adhereing to social distancing and hygeine requirements!

The main picture was taken in September 2020 during Natuonal Clean Up Week when restrictions were eased.

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**OPEN GARDEN in Botley** 3rd & 4th July

more In collaboration with the National Garden Scheme we raised £1500 to support local and national charities.

Supporting families in our community

more Get in touch for a copy of our new recipe book full of economical, quick and easy recipes for busy people. All proceeds will support food banks and struggling families within our community.

Rotary Young Writer

more We are proud to support this well established national competition designed to encourage young people to develop their writing skills, and share with you the winning entries this year.

We are offering free signage to businesses

Helping people live with dementia

more Our "EXIT sign" project is helping people with dementia find their way out of confusing public spaces

Supporting Service Veterans

more We are pleased to support the work of Combat Stress in providing treatment and mental health support to Service Veterans

Elizabeth White Ripley explaining the work of Solent Mind to the club

Supporting Mental Health

more Helping Solent Mind provide a wide range of services to support local people with mental heath problems

Curdridge Lunch Club

Curdridge Lunch Club

more Members of the Curdridge Lunch Club enjoying the Sun

Young Carers 2019 from the air!

Young Carers 2019

more Hamble Valley Rotary Club Support Young Carers Festival 2019

Rotary working with The Stroke Association and local nurses

Know Your Blood Pressure

more Raising awareness of how to prevent a stroke

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Helping People in our Community

back Our priorities this year are working with young people and schools as well as helping the most vulnerable people in our community