Mere Sands Wood

Supporting The Lancashire Wildlife Trust to improve and maintain Mere Sands Wood


The Club donated £200 to the Lancashire Wild Life Trust.  This donation is to purchase 5 Silky Saws for use by Volunteers to enable woodland management including coppicing. The Club previously supported the Wildlife Trust by donating to purchase young trees such as Holly to improve the understorey of the woodland.

President Howard Moorby and fellow Rotarian Brian Hulme, a regular visitor to Mere Sands are seen presenting a cheque fo Megan Kelsall Fund Raising Officer at the Wildlfe Trust.

The Club is proud to be involved in the significants works to Mere Sands to improve facilities for visitors and to encourage and sustain more wildlfe in the area.

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Our New Santa Sleigh

Fund raising with our New Santa Sleigh!

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Start Walking

1750 mile Virtual Walk by Club Members to raise funds for St Catherine's Hospice

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Getting Ready For the Rota Kids Conference 2019

Preston South sponsors 3 local Primary Schools - Walton-le-Dale , Broad Oak and Longton, as Rota Kids Clubs.

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Rotarian Neil completing the Shop

The Cost of Living Crisis following on from the Corona virus has placed increased demands on the Salvation Army Food Crisis Centre in Preston and the Club continues to make a £100 monthly contribution.

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Some of the Children supported

Club support for Partners in Education Eswatini/Swaziland which helps street and vulnerable children.

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Mere Sands Wood

Supporting The Lancashire Wildlife Trust to improve and maintain Mere Sands Wood

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Since 2021 the Club has taken the lead role in managing Wrap Up Central Lancashire Initiative to collect warm winter coats.

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Golf Day

It's the 30th year of holding the Club's Charity Golf Day. This year's competition was held on Sunday 13th August at the usual venue at Penwortham Golf Course. Yet again a successful day raising over £4,500.

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The Merry Band of Tree Planters

Working with the Council, other Clubs , local schools and the community to "Green" the Borough

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