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Shoebox Update January 2021


Here's the latest Shoebox Update following the successful dispatch of this year's consignments

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Shoebox Newsletter 3rd July 2020


Here's the latest update from District 1110 Shoebox Co-ordinator Chris Hardiman

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District 1110 Council Meeting


Sat 26th June Make sure that your club is represented and has its say in the running of our Rotary District. Zoom details will be circulated shortly.

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SHELTERBOX UPDATE


Read District Shelterbox Co-ordinator Howard Matthews' account of the great work that this partner of Rotary is doing around the world in spite of the corona virus

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District Council Meeting


Sat 10th April Make sure that your club is represented and has its say in the running of our Rotary District. Zoom details will be circulated shortly.

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In the next 30 days...

Dan Snow

AN EVENING WITH DAN SNOW.

Monday 8th March 2021

RC New Forest A talk by Zoom followed by questions. Book before NOON ON THE DAY. . Tickets £10 plus ticket agency fee. A charity event for four local food banks plus other Rotary supported charities. More details below.

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Creatures of Habit

Creatures of Habit

Saturday 13th March 2021

District Event: Come and be inspired by more work based on Mark Huddleston's excellent book. Zoom details will be circulated separately

District A.G.s Meeting

Tuesday 16th March 2021

District Event: Join your fellow A.G.s for an evening of discussion and inspiration. Zoom details will be circulated separately.

PEPS 2 GROUPS 1 - 4

Saturday 20th March 2021

District Event: Incoming Presidents come and be inspired to lead your clubs through the 2021-2022 Rotary year. Meet your fellow Presidents and pick up some great ideas.

District Exec Meeting

Thursday 25th March 2021

District Event: Our regular District Exec Meeting. Zoom details will be circulated shortly.

PEPS 2 GROUPS 5 - 9

Saturday 27th March 2021

District Event: Incoming Presidents come and be inspired to lead your clubs through the 2021-2022 Rotary year. Meet your fellow Presidents and pick up some great ideas.

Welcome to Rotary in Central South England, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands

  District 1110

Covers most of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, the Channel Islands, and parts of Dorset and Wiltshire

Welcome to the New Rotary Year which began on 1st July 2020

Welcome to our website, our window that Opens Opportunities for you to get involved in an international organisation that connects you with over 200 countries and has a membership of 1.2 million. 

A website that tells you more about how Rotary in Wessex is inviting you to join or help us build new vibrant, modern, flexible and innovative Rotary and Rotaract for the 21st Century. 

Having just watched the video Rotary is for Communities and after looking more around the website, I hope you will want give it a go. I joined Rotary at the age of 27 years in Aylsham, Norfolk, it has given me endless opportunities to join in with fun activities, give service in my community and meet so many different people from across the globe. It’s given me confidence in public speaking, helped in my career to network with people, enabled me learn how to plan, monitor and through evaluation show impact of my action. Rotary has helped me learn more about different cultures in the world, how I can help with encouraging greater understanding and building peace in my community. Rotary is very much about the more you put in, you will take out so much rich reward and satisfaction that you have made a world of difference. 

I am now honoured to become a leader know as the District Governor and my task with the District Support Team is to help deliver the Rotary international Strategic Plan. This consists of a vision statement: 

Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change around the world – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves. 

This is delivered through four priorities: 

·         Increase our Impact (People of Action are effective problem solvers)

·         Expand our Reach (People of Action activate and inspire one another)

·         Enhance participant Engagement (People of Action strive to understand the needs of others)

·         Increase our ability to Adapt (People of Action are innovative, entrepreneurial and resilient) 

I love the story of how Rotary was founded by Paul Harris and how he started a business network because he was isolated in Chicago and it rotated around different offices. I love it that, as well as business, he urged this group to be ethical in their enterprises as he got them involved in service to their community and their customers. I love how the End Polio Now campaign was started, one Rotarian with an idea shared and that idea has grown throughout our 1.2 million network, with determination to see it to the end.

These are the wonderful foundations of a movement that started over 115 years ago, the call by Paul Harris ‘to be evolutionary and sometimes revolutionary’. I love the fact I’m now leading over 2000 members to Grow Rotary for new generations.

So let me invite you to join us as People of Action in Rotary or Rotaract in Wessex. Either join an existing Rotary Club in your town or city or help us build a new venture, like for example a themed Club focused on the Environment or other community issue or be part of our new District Rotaract Network, doing service and having fun locally while being part of a wider network across our area. 

Please complete the CONTACT FORM to discuss further. 

Tim Mason,

District Governor, 2020/21



Quick Links

Visit the DISTRICT SHOP here for all the latest Rotary Regalia. Click on the button below or contact Alan Corkill of Salisbury Rotary Club at alan.corkill43@gmail.com Visit the DISTRICT SHOP here for all the latest Rotary Regalia. Click on the button below or contact Alan Corkill of Salisbury Rotary Club at alan.corkill43@gmail.commore  

The Bandey-Hefler Exchange is a fortnight exchange between three Districts in England 1110, 1140, and 1250 and District 7910 in Central Massachusetts. This exchange has now continued uninterrupted for 33 years. The Bandey-Hefler Exchange is a fortnight exchange between three Districts in England 1110, 1140, and 1250 and District 7910 in Central Massachusetts. This exchange has now continued uninterrupted for 33 years.more  

Sand dams are a simple, low cost and low maintenance, replicable rainwater harvesting technology. They provide a clean, local water supply for domestic and farming use and are suited to semi-arid areas of the world. Sand dams are a simple, low cost and low maintenance, replicable rainwater harvesting technology. They provide a clean, local water supply for domestic and farming use and are suited to semi-arid areas of the world.more  

End Polio Now Guernsey Shop website - run on behalf of Rotary Club of Guernsey selling End Polio Now branded products to help clubs with awareness and fund raising activities.  All profits from the Shop go to the Rotary End Polio Now campaign. End Polio Now Guernsey Shop website - run on behalf of Rotary Club of Guernsey selling End Polio Now branded products to help clubs with awareness and fund raising activities. All profits from the Shop go to the Rotary End Polio Now campaign.more