For many years, Norfolk jazz band Dixie Mix, led by Simon Nelson have performed at Queens Hall Watton to assist Watton Rotary club in raising funds for their charitable work. In fact this was the 44th such occasion.
112 tickets were sold for the event, which made for a good atmosphere in the hall, as the band entertained for 2 hours with their unique brand of music and wit.
Refreshments, in accordance with our usual custom, comprised baguette sandwiches containing either cheese or ham, and a piece of fruit. Dixie Mix have even written a song entitled 'Cheese or Ham' in honour of this tradition.
Ticket sales, combined with a well-supported raffle, made this a hugely successful evening for the Rotary Club. A repeat performance is planned for later this year.
back Fundraising is an important part of our work each year, as without funds we cannot undertake our many charitable activities.
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The Rotary Club of Watton & District (to give it's full title) came in to existence on 8th September 1954.more
Foundation is Rotary's own charity. It is the vehicle through which much of Rotary's international good work is carried out.more
Fundraising is an important part of our work each year, as without funds we cannot undertake our many charitable activities.more
We seek ways to serve our local community wherever we can, whether this is giving of our time or in making monetary donations.more
From Jan 2023 we have started a Business of the Month Award, for businesses who have been nominated for outstanding service or assistance.more
Besides being rooted in our own local community, our club supports Rotary International in its quest to promote peace and understanding throughout the world.more
An important aspect of Rotary is friendship, whereby we look to enjoy the projects we are involved in, as well as organise social events and outings throughout the yearmore