Help BY heroes!
Dennis Arthur Smith, a veteran of the Afghanistan conflict, has worked tirelessly during Covid by ensuring that his local community around Sherburn, Pittington and Littletown is a place to be proud of and that our local wildlife is cared for. He has built, erected and maintained numerous flower boxes, bird feeders and hedgehog houses as well as engaging in regular litter picking.
Dennis, you are a true local hero, and we salute you!
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Durham Elvet Rotarian Tom engaging in an interesting conversation and getting advice from "new member" Mr Potts about Rotary's views on sustainability, recycling and the organic growth of Rotary membership !more
YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHER UPDATE.....AND IT'S GREAT NEWS! Isaac Dale, the winner of our District's Young Photographer award had his entry put forward to the National competition.....and he was judged RUNNER-UP NATIONALLY. Well done Isaac!more
.........from us all in Rotary, to Emma and Tracy from "One Step At A Time". They are promoting early intervention for mental health and have done a huge amount of community work during the lockdown.more
SNAKES ALIVE!! Durham Elvet's Tom and Peter at Murton today, dressed as "Sparky and Casey" supporting Rotary NE's "One Life Initiative" in their project to supply defibillators to towns and villages in our communities.more
Congratulations to the seven Rotary Clubs in our district who have earned the Rotary Citation for 2020-21, the most significant award a Rotary club can achieve....and DURHAM ELVET is one of them.more
Durham Elvet Rotarian Liz Robson was taken by surprise when she was presented with a Rotary Covid 19 "Certificate of Thanks" for the community support which she has continually given over the last year. Thanks Liz.more
Welcome to Jeremiah Bear who has just received his name. Jeremiah helped Elvet Rotary raise nearly £150 in the fight to eradicate polio. This amount is matched 2-1 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.more