The members of Nailsworth Rotary happily give our time to support local organisations and initiatives … and raise funds for all of our nominated charities.
This Newsletter is by no means comprehensive, but it does give you an idea of the support we have provided and the activities we have undertaken over the past few years.
more There is time for everything, if we use our time wisely
more We regularly have articles in our local monthly newspaper. Our article in the latest issue, plus all of our previous ones, are here now.
more This year marks the 40th anniversary of Five Valley Sounds being set up as Stroud’s Talking Newspaper.
more Supporting children and families who are socially isolated and need emotional or practical help
more Create Together - Dementia-Friendly Arts Festival
more Easter Eggs help to make Easter special
more Giving a donation to Clare Mahdiyone, Chief Executive of SVP, to assist this well known community-based charity which works in the Stroud district with people, for the environment.
more Rotary in Nailsworth was delighted to make a donation to Rachel Austin in recognition of the work that NCAN does to educate people and provide information to help protect the environment on a local as well as on a wider basis.
more Enabling children to better understand the environment
more What's the Future of Food in our Community?
more Rotary recently sponsored the successful Stroud Retrofit Fair
more Here is a selection of artwork that will be exhibited and then sold to raise money for charity.
back We help out with many local community projects: The Older Driver Forum, Forest Green Community Garden, Stroud Court, Box Wood, Nailsworth Spring Clean, Arkell Centre lunches, Alzheimer's Cafe, Nailsworth Noel and Festival, and Stroud Ambitions.