Planting The Green Canopy

Trees planted in Salisbury Fields near the Jubilee Oak


As part of the national initiative to plant thousands of trees this year to both acknowledge our Queen’s seventy years on the throne and address Climate Change that threatens us all, Rotary in Dorchester provided seven strong young trees and set to and planted them on Salisbury Field in December and January.


An oak, silver birch, beech, hornbeam and Field Maple will, hopefully, stand for years to come and enhance this haven of green tranquility between Fordington and Dorchester.


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

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Jane, Richard and Brian collecting in South Street.

Collecting in Dorchester for Water Survival Boxes

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Members removing litter from Dorchester

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President Roy presenting Trophy to the Winner of Young Writer

Update on the Competitions this Year

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This committee runs projects to support the local community

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Trees planted in Salisbury Fields near the Jubilee Oak

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President presenting Certificate

Presenting Paul Harris Fellowship

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Helping in the Borough Gardens

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Artistic Director Mark Tattersall receiving the cheque from President Roy and IPP Vanessa Lucas

Enabling theatrical performance for children with complex needs

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V Poundbury at Colliton Club

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Rotary Collections in Dorchester

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Ajob Well Done

Rotarians in Dorchester in Salisbury Fields

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