It all started over a year ago now when one of our members decided to have a good clear out of items that were no longer needed or wanted and set up a market place facebook site - Epsom Rotary Bring n Buy. It was quite surprising how quickly interest accumulated and the items sold and the total reached some £1,000 in sales which was the initial target set. Many Rotarians were also able to de-clutter and donate items for sale and the target is circa around £1,500 at the moment with a target to reach £2,000 before the end of the year. Some car boot sales were held along the way to assist with the sales targets and raise awareness of Epsom Rotary. Naturally the other important thing to bear in mind of course is that by passing on items that are no longer wanted or de-cluttering is an environmental thing to do these days for everyone really and monies raised will of course go to the Charities Epsom Rotary are supporting which include The Meeting Room Shelter, Dsycover, Epsom & Ewell Food Bank etc.
If by any chance you do have items you wish to donate to help us raise funds, please do get in touch and collection can be arranged.
more An Indoor Street Party to celebrate the Queens Jubilee. Arranged by SCC, Epsom Rotary Club, Royal British Legion and other helpers.
more The Old Moat Garden Centre is a charity and we help by tending the garden
more Epsom Rotary attending as a team of Marshalls at Cancer Research - Race for Life at Epsom Downs on Sunday, 19 June 2022
more Mike Waddilove received one of the highest awards in Rotary for his work over many years in Epsom Rotary
more Epsom Rotary Held a stall at the Marketplace
more Epsom Rotary held a stall at NESCOT Fair on 18 June 2022
more Brilliant showcase of great local stage acts at Epsom Playhouse raising funds for local charities.
more Epsom Rotary supported the celebrations to mark the third anniversary of the hub in the presence of the Mayor
more Regular work has be ongoing at the allotment
more Breakfast followed by a fascinating insight to Epsom's History
more Tidying and mowing at The Walled Garden
more Every year Mike Waddilove organises a Green Bowling Competition
more Organised by Go Epsom and supported by Rotary and Paul Taylor of Whats on in Epsom
more Joint winners declared for this years competition
more Maggie was inducted into Epsom Rotary at the AGM Meeting
more Peter O'Donovan, Mayor of Epsom and Ewell was present at the giving of Raj Amodia awards to two students
more The annual balloon race held by Epsom Rotary was another success with over £400 raised for local charities. Thanks to Anne for organising!
more We ran a stall at Herald of Spring supporting the Environment
more Epsom Rotary took Young Carers to Epsom Playhouse for the Pantomime
more Chris Shortt has organised Rotarians and customers in the Ashley Centre to support The Meeting Room to help disadvantaged people at Christmas
more Jay Shah and Sakshi Pandit came to visit in December
more Nigel Collin was inducted into Epsom Rotary by Harry Corben
more The Junior and Intermediate finals of the French Speaking Competition were held last night at Blenheim School
more An excellent competition with worthy winners
more We were in the marketplace on 23rd October raising funds for End Polio Now.
more Harry and Clive lay a wreath at St Mary's in Ewell
more Epsom Rotary Club made Kevin Webber a Paul Harris Fellow and gave him a PHF Medal
more We have got to the autumn and the grass cutting has ceased. We hope to be back again in 2022!!
more We took a stall with Epsom and Ewell Town Twinning in the High Street on September 12th
more Working hard at the allotment Wednesday and Saturday 9:30 til 11am
more The Repair Café opened at the Scout hut behind Epsom Methodist Church on 18th September 2021
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