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The role of District 1100 Public Image Team is to develop and improve the way your District communicates internally with our fellow Rotarians and externally with the general public who wish to learn more about Rotary within their community and internationally.
The Team have identified a number of key priorities to consider throughout District which will include:
The Team aims to develop our communication system in such a way that Rotary District 1100 will be a communication trailblazer.
Links to the various sub-pages under this heading are shown in the right-hand navigation panel.
Your contacts are:
Bernd Langheim - District 1100 South (Areas 1-3) - Rotary1100@gmail.com
Richard Williams - District 1100 North (Areas 4-7) - firstname.lastname@example.org
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more The power of Rotary attracted Miss UK, The Royal Wessex Yeomanry and many others this year.
more Monmouth was one of the scheduled check points on the recent Grand Tour to promoting the End Polio Now campaign.
more The President and Rotarians of Cotswold Tyndale have raised the incredible sum of £8000 for the Sharpness Lifeboat replacement fund, and this was presented recently to the Sharpness Lifeboat Station.
more Downloadable banners that can be used on Club websites etc.