Help for disadvantaged children

At last night’s meeting Vice President Keith Rolfe had the pleasure of presenting a cheque for £100 to Di and Duncan McIver of Paddington Childrens Holidays. PCH is a small voluntary organisation based in Suffolk. Who aim to give inner city children the opportunity to experience, enjoy and feel at home in the countryside. Through their holiday scheme ten socially disadvantaged children, selected by Westminster Youth Services, in conjunction with St Stephen’s Primary School, Paddington, will spend a week at The Warden’s Activity Centre. This centre, located close to the beach between Sizewell and Thorpeness, is a fully certified residential and day centre”.



The club hopes to be able to give further support in the future.

Support for dementia sufferers

President Keith had great pleasure in presenting a cheque for £250 to Paddy Cox and Alison Begley of the Halesworth Dementia Support Project.

The presentation took place at the club’s weekly meeting on 17th October at the Randolph Hotel.

This recently formed project was the chosen charity for our Immediate Past president Dave Rich.


Long service certificates

At last night’s dinner five club members received their long service certificates from President Keith. They are:-

Top left – John Cole, 25 years service. Top right – Peter Trendall, 35 years service. Bottom left – Peter Small, 25 years service. Bottom right – Alf Wolton, 35 years service. Centre – Ted Dickinson, 50 years service. Many congratulations to them all.


Rotary collage

Pictures from Zimbabwe

Images from Sukoluhle Bailey in Zimbabwe carrying out work for Phumuza

Suku has just sent these pictures from Zimbabwe where she is helping children gain an education through her charity Phumuza – Share the load.

Click on a picture for a larger view and to see the captions or select slideshow.

Randolph Fun Day August 2013

The people of Reydon and further afield came out to enjoy the sun and jazz music at the annual Randolph Hotel fun day. The event took place, as usual, on August Bank Holiday Monday. Guests enjoyed the sounds of Rhythm ‘n’ Reeds Jazz, stationary engines, mini display from the Lowestoft Mini Club, Bouncy Castle, BBQ, lots of stalls and the GRAND RAFFLE, with almost £1,000 worth of prizes. Proceeds from the day will go to the East Coast Hospice

We supported the event with our soft toy stall and raised £175 in 4 hours. A big thank you to everyone who helped. To view photos from the day click here or to see a short video of the day click here.