District Community


Please select the archive document you wish to read below:

  Date   Information 
 04DEC21 Rotary & Community Champions
  06OCT21  Community Newsletter
  04OCT21   Anti-Modern Slavery Resources
OCT20    Anti-Modern Slavery Resources  
   09OCT20     District Community Newsletter  

For further information regarding documents above, please contact Bob Handley via email at community@rotary1100.org

We are here to assist clubs with community service by connecting them to local organizations, district committees, and other Rotary groups focused on service. 

Motivate clubs to provide community service and highlight successful projects.

  • Intermediary between RIBI/RI initiatives and Clubs
  • Club/DG/AG support – as requested
      Also have ideas, be proactive with opportunities
  • There are a lot of ideas flowing out from the RIBI Humanities team
    –   All are useful and worthy
    –   But it is up to clubs to pick them up
Please refer to the District Ambassadors listed below:
 Contact   District Ambassador 
  Bob Handley     RAGAS

  Kids Out
  Derek Aston   Shoebox Scheme
 Linda Clarke   RGBI/CarersUK Partnership   

Below are pages about some current activities of Clubs in District

Modern Slavery

What we can do to recognise, reduce and spread the word about Modern Slavery

Rotarian Simon John will be riding from Lands End to John O'Groats in May/June 2021
There will be an online event on May 20th, to register in advance, please click REGISTRATION

Our speakers will take us on a journey from the front line combatting Modern Slavery with Gemma Kirby of the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) who work closely with the police and NGOs to rescue victims and prosecute their oppressors.Andrew Wallis, CEO of the Bristol Based Charity UNSEEN who help victims of modern slavery by running safe houses and supporting victims back into society and finally Rotarian Simon John, an Anti-Slavery, campaigner secretary of RAGAS and supporter of the oldest anti-slavery charity International. 

The quality of the speakers was exceptional, and each approached the subject from a different very cohesive point of view.
The event was very though provoking and informative.
To view the event, click

Willem Pietersen 


For further information regarding the RGB&I CarersUK Partnership, please contact Linda Clarke via email at linda@lindaclarke.co.uk or telephone 07708 961 073       

District Community pages:

District 1100 Coronavirus (COVID-19)

more Response and Updates (1 page below this)

Rotary Crowdfunding

more Trying to raise funds for a project ... Want to access a new far wider, even international donation network ... And at no cost to you?