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Ambitious plans by Barnard Castle Rotary

more Barnard Castle Rotary are taking advantage of the new seventh area of focus

Another defibrillator in our District

more The traditional red phone box has a new use in Durham after three Durham clubs collaborated to install a defibrillator

Hadrian's Wall Food Voucher Scheme

more Hadrian's Wall Rotary have found that their Food Voucher scheme has been greatly appreciated during the lockdown


more Cleveland Rotary continues their support for young carers in their area as well as the elderly

New Rotaract Club

more Rotary Northeast is delighted to announce the formation of a new Rotaract Club in Darlington

Good Citizen Award

more Guisborough and Great Ayton Club had a remarkable response when they asked members for the public to identify individuals who had done extraordinary work for the community during the Covid 19 crisis.

Darlington Rotary uses their history and inititative

more The pandemic and 'lockdown' rules have encouraged clubs to use their initiatives. Darlington Rotary has done just that .......

Redcar Rotary aim to save the Boxing Day dip

more The brave souls of Redcar Rotary Club are determined to not miss out on their annual freeze!

Seaburn Rotary plant crocuses on World Polio Day

more Even during the present restrictions clubs find ways to celebrate World Polio Day

Rotary Newton Aycliffe works with Local Police

more Husqvarna saves local school garden and Community Support group

Come into the garden Maude

more ​Middlesbrough Erimus illustrate another novel way to keep in touch with their members during this difficult time.

Kids Out remain active during lockdown

more Even during lockdown the Kids Out group have been very active - they do so much more than days out .....

The 3 Durham Clubs start our District defibrillator campaign

more Defibrillator now active in Durham Market Place

Middlesbrough Erimus

more Middlesbrough Erimus find a novel way to entertain members during lockdown

Whodunnit in Middlesbrough?

more Middlesbrough Erimus have another innovative idea to entertain their members during lockdown

Making your Own Facemasks

more Our very own 'Maskateers' show you how to make your own facemasks

Madagascar IT Social Enterprise

more Rotary Northeast are supporting IT development in Madagascar

Rotary Hadrians Wall

more Even in lockdown Hadrian's Wall club have fundraised for Tynedale Hospice.

Rotary Foundation approves $1.1million Mercy Ships project

more It was a wonderful start to the new Rotary year when, on 1st July, The Rotary Foundation announced approval of the $1.1million Mercy Africa project