WHERE DID OUR FUNDING GO 21/22

Despite the Pandemic the club continued to have a full programme of Rotarian activities helping good causes locally, nationally and internationally.


As the pandemic restrictions eased we were able to run a successful Christmas float although again our annual beer festival was cancelled. We have distributed our funds as follows:

Supporting local community organisations:
Knit and Natter
Red Lion Bowling Club
Newton Community Centre
Newton Community Hospital Welfare
Golborne and Lowton East (the voice)
Earlestown Cricket Club
Business for Youth
Burtonwood Community Scouts
Newton and Earlestown Community Group
Viaduct Violets Women's institute
Friends of Lyme Wood
Haydock Forget Me Not Community Group
Burtonwood Scouts
Starlights Morris Dancers
St Rocco's Hospice

Supporting our Young People:
Young Achievers award 
Excitement of Science- Essay writing competion
Youth Speaks
Young Citizen's Award

Supporting International Projects:
Leigh Rotary Club Race night for Ashanti (Wigan Cluster Project)
Disaster aid: Ukraine
Disaster Aid:Haiti
Water Aid
International Aid Trust
Mary's Meals
Rotary Foundation-End Polio Now
Rotary Shoebox Scheme
SOS Children's Villages
Opportunity International

Other:
BBC Children in Need
Donations to local Food banks

Major highlights included our support for the Ukrainian refugees and one of our young students winning a national Young Citizen's Award.

All in all it has been a busy year and we thank all members of our local communities for their continued support. We have developed a programme for the coming Rotary year and hope you can support our activities. Better still why not come and join us?


'What We Do' Main Pages:

Project request funding

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An initial outline of events planned for the coming year

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The year has seriously been affected by COVID but we did manage to support our good causes and local community

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Thinking about joining us? Are you a Business wanting to promote Corporate Social Responsibility, or are you an active member of the community wanting to make a difference? Then please get in touch!

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Despite the Pandemic the club continued to have a full programme of Rotarian activities helping good causes locally, nationally and internationally.

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Now that COVID restrictions are easing we are again more active in our local community

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The following proposals were put to club assembly on July 7 by the International Committee lead, Ray Edwardson

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Our communities and schools will be involved in planting crocus corms to raise awareness for Rotary's Eradication Programme.

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The following proposals were put to club assembly on July 7 by Chairman of the Youth Services Committee, Les Clancy

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