In the next 30 days...
Saturday 25th September 2021
RC Norwich Blackfriars Breakfast It's National Beach Clean week, so we will be doing a bit with a clean up at Happisburgh as part of our environmental focus. This will be followed by a social get together and BBQ as a treat for our hard work
Sunday 26th September 2021
RC Beccles A cycle event around the lanes near Beccles to raise sponsorship for The East Anglian Air Ambulance and The Rotary Club of Beccles charitable trust. For more details go to becclescycleforlife.org
Tuesday 28th September 2021
RC Cambridge At Gonville Hotel. Speaker - author Sarah Harrisonmore
Thursday 30th September 2021
RC Norwich Blackfriars Breakfast Channel your inner Robin Hood and try out Archery! The City of Norwich Archers have bravely offered to show us some skills and put us through our paces with a taster session.
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