Working in conjunction with the charity "Childrens Hospital Pyjamas" the club organised the delivery of 41 sets of pyjamas . Some of thes were donated directly by Rotarians and their friends , others were purchased using the clubs funds . The picture shows Rotarian Anne Brown who co-ordinated the project , delivering the pyjamas to a collection point at Morrisons .
If you click the link below it will take you to the charity website.
more This was our 9th Open Gardens Event and was a welcome opportunity for people to attend an outdoor event in aid of charity.
more The club planted up and delivered pots of seasonal plants to 63 local care homes.
more A video presentation of how the Lamplighters have operated during a full year of lockdown.
more Held at Heaton Mersey Community Centre on St Johns Road. Just a few of the many photos are shown below.
more Photo Gallery of event on 22nd September , great turnout from members to help promote Rotary in the local community .
more Our annual bowling match with the team from Walthew House.
more Over the four weeks of the campaign late in 2019 we put collection boxes in local stores and collected almost 3000 items of clothing ! #PeopleOfAction
more Carrying on with our decoration of Norwood House.
more We worked with local school children and the Heaton Mersey Collective to plant crocus corms . The choice of flower is a reminder of Rotary's campaign to eliminate polio , more details below.
more A display of scarecrows was organised at the station by the Rotary club along with other groups, See details below.
more Club members organise the collection and delivery of food donated by local people to take to food banks .
more In an effort to further boost community spirit and combat loneliness , the Club has sponsored signage for Buddy Benches #PeopleOfAction
more In order to highlight the Polio eradication campaign the club has again organised the planting of purple crocus corms in the area. This year some of the planting was done by pupils of Stella Maris school.
more This outdoors event will go ahead as planned following government guidelines . We may occasionally have to ask people to wait a few minutes before entering a garden if numbers are too great , particularly for the smaller gardens.