Three members of the Club and their partners spent the weekend of the 15th, 16th, 17th May in the beautiful Derbyshire Peak District. The weather though a touch cool was dry and in the main sunny. The scenery was superb and the food copious. It was a really good weekend including the Tissington Well Dressings.
Following close competition with pupils from local primary schools Leo Mullins from Towcester C.E. Primary School was awarded first place in the local final of the Young Artist Competition. The theme for the competition was “Light up Your Community. His bright and colourful submission certainly met the criteria and showed great skill for his age. […]
Dear friends, I am a local Rotarian and I live in Silverstone. In 2015, I am celebrating my 50 years of motorcycling. To mark this anniversary I will ride my Harley Davidson motorcycle around the coast of England, Wales and Scotland, including the four corners of Britain, between 22nd and 31st May 2015, (approximately 3200 […]
The Rotary Club of Towcester Sponsor Rotary Young Designer 2015 The local Final of this well supported competition was held at Sponne School on Wednesday 29th April. The finished items and the accompanying written work of 5 GCSE Students and 6 “A” Level students were evaluated by 3 Judges, all of whom had many years […]
Towcester Rotary Club Contributes to the Health Pod at Brook Health Centre In April of this year the Club funded half the costs of establishing a “Health Pod” at the Brook Health Centre, Towcester. This private area allows patients to take their B/P, weight and height without seeing the Practice Nurse. It also allows the […]
The Rotary Club of Towcester has donated 2 Shelter Boxes to the victims of the Nepal Earthquake. Details of the Shelter boxes can be found here if you would like to help.
The Rotary Club of Towcester has just agreed to fund the the purchase of a brand new Enterprise 8000 bed for the Cynthia Spencer Hospice in Northampton. We hope that this additional bed will help the hospice to provide even more respite are to those in need in the local community. Cynthia Spencer Trust.