Completed events in Rotary District 1285
future events This page shows events from around the district in the last 3 years where additional information is available.
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Event Postponed til Autumn 2022
Tameside - At St George’s Church Stalybridge. Featuring Adamson’s Military Band, The Mossley Ukulele Band & Tameside Community Voices
Graphene Unexpected Science in a Pencil Line Join us on Wednesday, 2nd March at 1.45 pm for a livestream talk about the developments of graphene at The University of Manchester.
St. Helens - An evening of fundraising for END POLIO NOW, With Judith Diment MBE, talking about Polio Eradication 'Why Bother'
Bolton Lever - Celebration of the New Year with Induction of 2 new members, an Honorary member, and 2 associate members, with Paralympian speaker - Jack Hunter-Spivey and Global Scholar - Humberto Garza
Online event aiming to explain the reason why a passport club has been set up for the district and how this will benefit all of us in District 1285
Infocus - Rotary Foundation & Service Teams launch new monthly Learning Series
Every year District 1285 organises an Excitement of Science lecture at Manchester University which is free for Y9 and 10 students in the District. The virtual lecture 'The Search for Extra-terrestrial Intelligence' will be given by Dr Eamonn Kerins.
Sandbach - Due to the Coronavirus situation at the present we had to postpone the Meal Packaging event on 10th May 2020 to September/October. The date will be announced as soon as possible. In the mean time please keep sending donations and pledges of support.
Tameside - Tameside Rotary are hosting a Wine Tasting Dinner to raise money for "LendwithCare" Due to CoronaVirus Event now postponed
This year the title of the lecture is 'The hunt for aliens and their worlds' and will be delivered by astrophysicist Dr Eamonn Kerins, from Jodrell Bank. Eamonn has delivered many lectures to this age group Y9/10 and makes his subject really accessible.