Improving the Youth Centre

Club Members Hands On


Service Above Self Rotary moto demonstrated this morning as members of our club worked hard to tidy part of the entrance road to Dorchester Youth and Community Centre. Made a real improvement after several tons of gravel moved.

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Lorraine inspects the support vehicle

The Dorset 108, 80 & 70 mile Etape plus other rides from 10 to 55 miles

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Article from the Evening Echo

Echo Article and Keep 106 interview

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This committee runs projects to support the local community

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Creating a hedge at Poundbury

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Aid Station All Set

Rotary running the Moreton Aid Station

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The Team

Replacing the Silver Birch trees in Kings Road Recreation Ground

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Rotary Collections in Dorchester

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President presenting Certificate

Presenting Paul Harris Fellowship

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Job Done  for Today

Members removing litter from Dorchester

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Rotary helping at the aid station

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Daffodils planted in Autumn on cue for St David's Day

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The Annual Bulb Planting team.

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Distributing Sunshine Bags to NHS Patients

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Helping in the Borough Gardens

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Jane, Richard and Brian collecting in South Street.

Collecting in Dorchester for Water Survival Boxes

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Planting hedge saplings at Poundbury

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Responsible for the administration of Rotary Youth projects such as Youth Speaks, Young Chef, Casterbridge Music Festival or Young Musician, Young Writer and other youth projects.

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Responsible for International projects, Twinning with Rotary clubs in other countries, currently Rennes du Guesclin in France, and Rotary Foundation, Rotary's own charity.

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