It’s been quite a year for membership!

It's great to see our club go from strength to strength.


Whilst Covid has prevented us from meeting in person, it certainly has not stopped our club from flourishing. Our weekly meetings took on a whole new form as like so many, we moved into the world of cyber space. Well, I am pleased to say that those days are now over and we are finally back to normal. However, one significant change is that we have a number of new faces. During lockdown, we welcomed three new members to our club – Bola, Esther and Nicola. I’m sure that they will all bring so much to our club.

 

The second major development also involves membership and again it reflects a growth in our numbers.

 

 Sadly, after over 60 years of serving the local community, our sister club of Crayford has finally been forced to close. As a club they have done so much fantastic work in the area and will be sadly missed. Thank you to all members past and present, for your tireless efforts in supporting the people of Crayford. The one positive that can be taken from this, is that we are now able to welcome Abdul, Alan, Apu, Jack and Ramesh to our club. Absolutely thrilled that you have all joined us and welcome!

 

Finally, the end of restrictions has given us the opportunity to say thank you properly to two members who have retired after serving the local community for over 40 years - Alan and Ron. Their commitment and contribution over those years, has been quite literally magnificent. Thank you both from the bottom of our hearts and enjoy your retirement. Well done gentlemen!

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It was with the greatest of pleasure, that we welcomed Councillor James Hunt and his wife Christine, to join us for our weekly meeting and collectively, celebrate our achievements over the past two years.

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Another wonderful year for our charities.

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It's been another busy year for our club!

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Not even Covid could stop us!

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May 2021 Newsletter

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It's great to see our club go from strength to strength.

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It has been our privilege to once again offer our support to this wonderful charity which is doing so much to help children around the world.

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This is our chance to support this wonderful community based charity.

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We are proud to continue to offer our support to those in acute need overseas by donating to this wonderful charity.

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How we spend the money we raise.

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The Rotary Club of Erith celebrates 60 years of collecting for local charities at Christmas.

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We were delighted to welcome The Mayor of Bexley, Cllr. Peter Reader and his wife Irene,The Mayoress.

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It was a real pleasure to join The Mayor and Mayoress for afternoon tea and lend our support to this excellent project for young people.

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A brief insight into the life of our club.

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Walking 10 miles to celebrate 10 years of the Charlton Upbeats - 2008 - 2018.

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Club history is made with our first 'virtual' Presidential handover!

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Lending a hand to support a worthy cause.

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A fabulous day was had by all!

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Our new Assistant Governor.

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The Rotary Club of Erith welcome our new President, Denis Delaroute and wish him every success for the forthcoming year.

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