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Brains of Britain – Maybe Not!

Quiz Nights are a great way to fund raise and have an entertaining evening and get fed too! With Quiz Master ‘Rocket Ron’ in charge, the All Saints Church Hall in Denmead was buzzing with the sound of brain cells competing with each other for the answers to questions from geography and history to musicals […]

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Charity Golf Day Approaches!

Calling all keen golfers and those who like to have a friendly walk around a golf course for the exercise! The annual Waterlooville Rotary Charity Golf Day is being held at Southwick Park near Cosham on Thursday 22nd May 2014.  This is a great value-for-money day out for teams of 4 with golf and dinner […]

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Hands across the seas

One of the great benefits of being a Rotarian is that wherever you go you are guaranteed a warm welcome in any other Rotary Club around the world.  On a recent visit to New Zealand, Rotarian Mike Williams took the opportunity to visit the Rotary Club of Bishopdale-Burnside in Christchurch and met with other Rotarians […]

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Made a New Year Resolution yet?

So Christmas is behind us and the new year has started with windy and very wet weather; flooding and and lot of bent umbrellas! It is also a time to make new year resolutions and maybe you have yet to make one, with a very good chance of keeping! How about one that says ‘I  want […]

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Christmas Elves at ASDA!

After the fun of taking Santa around  Waterlooville on his sleigh, it was time to park up for the annual collection outside ASDA’s Supermarket. Many thanks to the management at the store for allowing us to collect outside up to Christmas.  All the money collected from generous supporters doing their Christmas shopping goes towards supporting […]

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Waterlooville Rotary supports Canine Partners

President Roger Parsley has chosen Canine Partners, the assistance dog charity based in Midhurst, West Sussex, to be one of his chosen charities for this year. These highly trained dogs are a life line to many disabled partners who  find themselves having difficulty doing the everyday activities most of us take for granted. Trained to pick up and […]

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Is everyone old in Rotary -NO!

There is a perception that everyone involved with Rotary is getting on a bit, part of the grey haired brigade and retired! This is just not true! I accept that looking at the picture of Waterlooville Rotary Club you could be forgiven for thinking that, but Rotary is for business and professional people of all […]

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