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Waterlooville Golf Day donates £4000 to Rainbow Centre Fareham in Hampshire

A great delight for President John Handscomb to present the cheque for £4000 to James Mudie, Interim CEO of The Rainbow Centre in Fareham. It is thanks to the generosity and team spirit of all those who took part in the Waterlooville Charity Golf Day that we were able to raise so much for such […]

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We’re back!

In case you were wondering where we were, our website was hacked by malicious content. We are now back up thanks to 123-Reg and hopefully able to continue withour too much trouble! Apologies if our site caused you problems.

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Thank you from Santa!

A huge thankyou to the residents of Waterlooville who came out to say hello to Santa and the big red tractor! Your donations raised £521 for our local charity collection. The sleigh is at Morrisons Supermarket at Dell Piece, Horndean from 15th to 19th December between 10am and 4pm.

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Santa’s on his way to a street near you!

Santa and his sleigh pulled by Rudolf the Big Red Tractor will be in the Waterlooville area tonight (11th December) and Thursday night 13th December from 6pm until 8pm. Route for 11th December Crookhorn Lane –St John’s rd – Liddiards Way – The Boltons – Winters Lepe – The Guelders – Clairmont Grds – Stakes […]

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Santa is coming down your road!

Santa and his sleigh will be about this Christmas as usual pulled by Rudolf the Big Red Tractor! Routes this year are Hartplain Ave to Wecock Estate on Friday 8th December from 6pm until 8pm Crookhorn Lane to Jacqueline Ave Monday 11th December 6pm until 8pm Mill Road and Elizabeth Road Purbrook Wednesday 13th December […]

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Have you heard of ‘Help in Bereavement’?

We were treated to a very enlightening talk by Sandra Simmonds, a volunteer with this worthwhile charity. Bereavement is something all of us will experience at some time in our lives either directly or indirectly. There is a small local registered charity run entirely by volunteers who work to support those who have been bereaved […]

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Waterlooville Duck Race raises money for Rosemary Foundation

What do six hundred plastic ducks and the Rosemary Foundation have in common? Well not a lot unless it means that they raise money for this brilliant support group and other Rotary Charities. Released in the river near to the Half Moon pub in Sheet near Petersfield, the ducks were encouraged down stream to the […]

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Waterlooville Rotary Supports Youth Leaders

Two students from Horndean Technology College were recently sponsored at a weekend training event for Rotary Youth Leaders. This gives young people the opportunity to learn about leadership, experience being put in charge of activities and build confidence in their own abilities. Pictured here with President Sandy Sanger are Aiden Harris and Alex McGrath. Waterlooville […]

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Waterlooville Rotary supporting Shelter Box for IRMA Relief

After the devastation of hurricane IRMA and now Maria in the West Indies, Waterlooville Rotary, along with many other clubs, is supporting Shelter Box with the emergency provision of tents and utensils for the people of these affected islands. This is your kind donations in action! Every penny you give to Rotary Charities gets used […]

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New Rotary Year Underway

Summer is over and the new Rotary year is underway. Our next venture is a charity duck race on Saturday 30th September in Sheet and Santa will be around with his sleigh in December. If you would like to know more about what we do in Rotary please contact us via our ‘Join Us’ page. […]

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