Rotary Centenary display at National Trust Museum

100 Years of Rotary History. On display every day from Saturday 24th June.

The National Trust of Guernsey have kindly welcomed The Rotary Club of Guernsey to the Folk and Costume Museum as part of our Centenary year of commemoration.

From Saturday 24th June and every day until Sunday 29th October when the museum closes there will be a designated case displaying Rotary Club of Guernsey regalia honouring parts of our 100 year history.

The display case can be found on the ground floor of the museum in the familiarly known “dolls house room”.

The location at Saumarez Park is perfect and close to the Japanese Fishing Pavilion that was rebuilt to provide a lasting legacy for the community in our Centenary year.

The entire museum is well worth a visit and we are particularly grateful to The National Trust of Guernsey for kindly supporting our heritage.

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back The Centenary Year of the Club is now with us and plans have been made for a year of commemoration, celebration and raising the awareness of Rotary within the community.