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The latest news from East Point Rotary

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...

The Queen’s Green Canopy

The Rotary Club of Lowestoft East Point has supported The Queen's Green Canopy - a tree planting initiative that encourages everyone to "Plant a Tree for the Queen's 70th Jubilee."   With the help of the Friends of Kensington Garden, a Flamingo Salix (Hakuro-Nisiki)...

4000 Purple Crocus Corms Planted

Under the leadership of Richard Fox, Club members recently planted in the region of 4000 purple crocus corms in Kensington Gardens. This was to further advance the publicity for Rotary's campaign to End Polio now. Many thanks to #TravisPerkins for the loan of the turf...

1000 Dictionaries for local primary schools

Rotarians from the three Lowestoft Rotary Clubs recently met to label up and distribute over 1000 Usborne Illustrated English Dictionaries to over 20 primary schools across Lowestoft.The dictionaries are presented to Year 3 pupils and are aimed at supporting the...

Dictionaries for Life 2020

Members from the three Rotary Clubs in Lowestoft got together in a socially distanced way to label almost 1000 Usborne Illustrated Dictionaries which are due to be distributed to Year 3 pupils in Lowestoft later this month. This project designed to improve literacy...

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Talk by Andy Smith from the RNLI in Lowestoft

East Point Rotary were recently pleased to welcome Andy Smith from the RNLI in Lowestoft as our speaker. Andy gave us an informative talk on the history of the RNLI which has had a station in Lowestoft since 1801. We were treated to footage of the more recent...

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Stalwart Rotarian Remembered

It is with great sadness and shock that the Club has learnt that one of its stalwart members, Annette Stringer, passed away on the 10th September at the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston. Annette was a dedicated Rotarian who rarely missed a meeting, supported every...

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