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Assisting with an innovative Bike Library pilot scheme

The Lowestoft East Point Rotary Club were pleased to assist the Phoenix St.Peter Academy with an innovative Bike Library pilot scheme for all year 5 and 6 pupils. The scheme has been driven forward by the school’s Deputy Head Teacher, Teresa Freeman. The scheme...

£1000 raised for The Wish List Bikers Charity

The Rotary Club of Lowestoft East Point held its annual charity quiz last week.   We are pleased to report that a sum of £994.41 was raised on the night for The Wish List Bikers Charity which the Club will round up to £1000.   This was in no small part due to the...

Dictionaries for local primary schools

Members of the 3 Lowestoft Rotary Clubs assembled this week to label up the hundreds of Usborne Illustrated English Dictionaries which are due to be presented to Year 3 pupils in participating schools across the town in September. The scheme, aimed at improving...

Lowestoft East Point Rotary Annual Handover

Lowestoft East Point Rotary recently held their handover which saw Rotarian Ian Davies installed as President for the year 2023/2024 and Rotarian Paul Wilkinson as President Elect for the following year. The handover dinner was attended by over 40 members and guests...

Turkey and Syria Earthquake

East Point Rotary have raised at total of £1967 to help alleviate the suffering of those affected by the earthquake in Turkey and Syria. The Club have ordered 3 Shelterboxes for despatch to the affected areas. See Many thanks to all of those that...

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2022 Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA)

Rotary Club of Lowestoft East Point were pleased to welcome their 2022 Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) candidate, James Bentley, to help on the traditional Santa Sleigh outings before Christmas. A sum of just over £5000 was raised before gift aid for worthy...

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4000 Purple Crocus Corms Planted Again

With the help of the Friends of Kensington Gardens, Rotarians from Lowestoft East Point Rotary Club planted 4000 purple crocus corms near to the bowling green in Kensington Gardens. Why purple? The purple crocus is a symbol of Rotary's worldwide campaign to eradicate...

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Lowestoft East Point Rotary Kids Day Out

On Tuesday 21st June, 25 Young Carers from Kessingland Church of England Primary Academy were invited to attend the Lowestoft East Point Rotary Kids Day Out. This event took place at Richardson's Family Bowl in Lowestoft, with transport provided by Pakefield High...

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Community Service Awards

Community Service Awards and flowers were recently presented to three long standing, volunteeer tea ladies who help out during the season at Waveney Sailability - Joyce Smith, Milou Pierard and Linda Brown.   Rotary has supported Waveney Sailability since its...

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