In the next 30 days...
Sunday 1st August 2021
RC Norwich Blackfriars Breakfast Enjoy an afternoon Treasure Hunt starting from Plantation Garden. Prizes and family fun.more
Saturday 7th August 2021
RC Watton Today we will be launching our Shelterboat. Rtn Paul Weatherill will set off in this boat, built around a Shelterbox, from Acle. His aim is to complete a 50 mile voyage to Norwich via Great Yarmouth, to raise funds for the Shelterbox Charity.
Friday 13th August 2021
RC Soham Staploe Proposed dates fort this year's rescheduled Beer & Music Festival hosted by Soham Rotary Club and Blueshed Studios - details to follow.
Sunday 15th August 2021
RC Hunstanton & District KITE CANCELLATION - Covid-19 pandemic The Club have decided that, given the need now to progress preparations and the high possibility that restrictions on mass gatherings would continue into the summer months, we cannot hold the event this yearmore
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