Handover celebrations Sunday 30th June 2024

Blyth Valley has gone from strength to strength with 12 new members in the last year. The club has many events planned for this coming year…fun..friendship..fundraising and we always want help, volunteers and new members. So please get in touch as we all know “doing good does you good” Rotary really does help change lives.

It was great to have our Rising Star families celebrate with us. Thank you for coming and supporting us. Thank you to The Bowls Club for an amazing afternoon of tea. Everyone had a great time.

Cathy Ryan MBE hands over the presidency to Colin Coe.

Ronnie Carter and Claire Guppy received the Paul Harris Award

The winner of our Rising Star award. Daisy Haylock initiated the “Fill-a-sock for Christmas Appeal”. Daisy managed to persuade her peers to fill a sock with essential items for those who faced homelessness. As a result, Access Community Trust was able to help over 90 individuals in the Lowestoft area. Daisy is passionate about helping others and plans more fundraising as a club we will support her in her future endeavours.

Holly Rowley-White.. flying solo at the age of 16..she plans to be the youngest female to fly solo around the world, she is also a #RAF Cadet Sergeant and completed a 50-mile march, qualifying her for the Nijmegen Internat4-day 4-day march. We are sure she will succeed with her ambitions. We look forward to catching up with Holly at our Women Who Inspire event in March next year.

Reuben Digby has been growing his hair since 2021. He wants to cut his hair and donate to The Little Princess Trust, in memory of his Aunty Trudy. Aunty Trudy sadly passed away in April. The hair gets made into wigs for those who are having chemotherapy. He also needs to raise £700 as this is the cost to make the wig. We hope Reuben will start our Christmas Day swim..and The Little Princess Trust will be one of our charities.



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