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Rotary in Southern Wales Brillant Response Click Here
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Latest News / Newyddion Diweddaraf
LETTER TO THE FIRST MINISTER
District EBox Project
Our District was able to fund a brand-new innovative project to support our NHS and, in particular, hospitals in Wales. Past District Governors Steve Jenkins and Mike Parry are helping to load the first boxes to be dispatched. More…
District Scrubs Project
Rotarians and Inner Wheel members come together to support the District PPE Scrubs Project. Humanitarian lead Paula Pippen searched for stitchers and DGE Alison was one of her first volunteers More …
KidsOut Update May 2020
National KidsOut Day is the biggest single outing for disadvantaged children. Even though this cannot go ahead this year, KidsOut still needs your help !! More...
Zoom meeting with RI President 20/21 Holgar Knaack
Zoom is an opportunity to meet, and it fits perfectly with my theme for my Rotary Year which is “Rotary Opens Opportunities”. It certainly gave Rotarians in Southern Wales the opportunity to chat with Holgar when he joined us on 22nd April 2020, at the request of DGE Alison. More …
Mega Limb Camp
The Rotary Club of Bangalore Peenya (RI Dist. 3190) has held the Mega Limb Camp every year for over 20 years. Every year the Camp benefits around 2000 people, lasts a week and costs about $60,000. This amount must be raised each year by the Club. The 23rd Camp held in January of this year was unique for the first time it was funded by a Global Grant from the Rotary Foundation. More ...
Young Writer Competition Winners
Details of the competition winners can be found here.
Children in Need Update
Morriston Rotary Response to C-19
Anyone who is on their own, self-isolating, or just bored download the Zoom app e'mail me for a meeting code and join us between 7 pm and 8 pm every night for a chat.
Rotary Helps Flooded Communities
Many congratulations and thanks to all for the wonderful work you have been doing to help those affected by the recent devastating floods.
World Rotary Day (23 February) is being marked in South Wales by Rotarians from the area celebrating the milestone $1 million they have raised towards the major goal of eradicating Polio worldwide.
The money raised is specifically towards polio eradication and is in addition to the many thousands of pounds Rotary Clubs raise for local and international projects each year. More...