The Rotary Club of Skegness supportedLives by giving a donation of £1,000 to its work in May 2018
Stroke Awareness 2018 April
Members of Skegness Rotary Club, at Richmond Caravan Centre, Rock n Roll weekend.
Skegness Food Bank 2018
Andrew Downing handing over a cheque of £500 to Diz Middleton of the Skegness Food Bank.
Visit from Joel Weaver- International Chair
2018 February 20
Bandage and Dressings Collection
2017 February 17
Valentine's Ball February 2018
Photography by Sunil Perera
Mary's Meals - Simple solution to world hunger
Presentation of cheque on 9th January 2018
We donated 150.00 to our speaker charity Mary's Meals who feed school children in some of the poorest areas a hot meal to encourage them to attend education to improve their chances of getting out of poverty. The cost of this is £13.90 per school year so it makes a big difference
We also sent £150. 00 to support our sponsored young person through Lincs with India to support her through another year of education.
Xmas Tesco Collection 2017
Fire Station Visit on 2017 November 21
Skegness Fire Station has five full time firemen
Skegness Railway Station Community Project
2,000 crocus bulbs planted around the Skegness railway station.
On Thursday the 16th November, Students and Staff from Kime House at The Skegness Academy joined Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Skegness and Caroline Sharpe from Skegness Station to plant the crocusses.
The planting of crocuses is to help raise awareness for the "End Polio" project supported by Rotary International and The Bill Gates Foundation. Globally Rotary has worked alongside other agencies to eradicate this terrible disease and we are almost there! The colour purple is used as this is the colour babies in poorer and remote areas of the world are given to show they have been immunised.
Hopefully the Skegness Railway Station will be in purple bloom early spring and the pupils and staff from the Academy will see the fruits of their labours.
Thank you to all concerned
Shelterbox Awareness Day - Tuesday the 17th October
Rotarian Alan Jones came and set up a shelterbox tent and equipment in the grounds of the Royal hotel Skegness and Skegness Rotarians hosted over 80 children/teachers and parents who came to view the shelterbox and learn about its use.
The children learnt about how it is to be left with nothing whether through natural disaster or conflict. They learnt that for £590 a box can be purchased which can house a family of 6 for up to 2 years. These include blankets/mosquito nets/cooking equipment/solar lighting/water purification and containers etc
86 million people worlwide are displaced around the world with only 22 million displaced through natural disaster and these shelterbox supplies provide and essential support to aid rebuilding people lives and allow them to re-establish their family and economic viability and support for refugee relief programmes throughout the world.
Skegness Rotary has already funded 3 boxes over the past 3 months and
President Andrew was able to present another cheque for the purchase of one more during the meeting.
A great day was had by all.
600 jumpers from the Skegness Academy to aid Rotary refugee relief
After the evening presentation to Skegness Rotary Club members there was a remarkable donation of 600 jumpers from the Skegness Academy to aid Rotary refugee relief . Mr Pagliano; Head of the 6th Form at Skegness Academy; attended to make the presentation. These jumpers will be sent to refugee relief in Croatia/Muldovia and the Ukraine to support the relief projects working with children. Thank you Skegness Academy!!!