Welcome to District 1190 which comprises 67 Rotary Clubs located in Cumbria & Lancashire
Publicity Material for Rotary Clubs
To see a list of banners and other publicity material available to local clubs, members need to log in and browse the 'Members Only' pages to find the 'Publicity Material' page.
Issue 3 of the new style Rotary Norwest will be available at the District Handover on Sunday 30th June for attendees to take back to their clubs.
For stories about Rotary clubs and their work visit the Rotary Video Showcase
Rotary Radio UK
Rotary in GB&I now has its own internet based radio station. Download one of the apps listed for your mobile or tablet, or click on the poster to listen to it.
The Rotary Club of Lunesdale host Children from Belarus
On Tuesday 18th June 11 children, ages between 8 - 12 years plus 2 interpreters from Belarus, spent the day as guests of the Rotary Club of Lunesdale.
In the morning President Hugh Sweenie and President Elect Dave Lewis plus some members of the Club met the children at the Lakeland Climbing Centre in Kendal as guests of Mr. Mrs Wilson. Here they enjoyed, with great enthusiasm, the numerous challenges the Centre offers including the "Leap of Death"! Lunch was provided at Kirkby Lonsdale followed by a visit to the swing park in Barbon.
Next on the agenda was a relaxing walk along the river path at Kirkby Lonsdale on a warm and sunny day. A delicious afternoon tea was eaten with relish before finally each of the children was presented with a backpack full of useful goodies plus a teddybear. It was then time to share hugs and say goodbyes before boarding the bus and heading back to their host families in Silverdale. A good day was had by all.
Rise Against Hunger
Grange-over-Sands organised a Meal Pack Event at Cartmel Priory School
on Saturday 13th April 2019 to provide 60,000 meals for children facing hunger.
The event was organised on behalf of Rise Against Hunger which is an international hunger relief
organization that distributes food and life-changing aid to the world’s
most vulnerable with the goal of ending hunger by
Rotary Vision 2020
Church & Oswaldtwistle Rotary in partnership with the Rotary Club of Sylhet Central, Bangladesh have embarked on a two year project to run eye camps within the rural areas of Syhlet. After eye tests at the camps those people needing help will be provided with spectacles, medicine or referral to a selected hospital for a cataract operation.