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Disease resistant Elm tree planting – St. Peter’s School

At 7:23am on the morning of March 1st, 2024, Louise Buxton, headteacher of St. Peter’s Catholic School contacted Rotarians Mark Butcher and Dave Stewart – The rain outside is near horizontal, should we delay to another day?  Not being such early birds, Dave and Mark conferred after 8:00am and decided to go ahead, as the

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Unit 12 Garden Clearance – 24 February 2024

Nick Bell writes on behalf of the working party: “On Saturday 24 February seven energetic, but not necessarily young, Rotarians, joined some of those occupying Unit 12 at Winnall as well as a University Student and others to give a total of 20 altogether to clear the garden behind the Unit of wood, cardboard, stone

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Litter Pick at St Giles Hill Park – Big Help Out

A group of Winchester Rotarians and one member of Rotaract joined the newly formed Friends of St Giles Hill Park in their Litter Pick as part of the Coronation weekend “Big Help Out”.  The Friends are a group of local people committed to maintaining and improving the park at St Giles Hill for the benefit of

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St Giles Hill graveyard – working party

Club member Dave Stewart and his wife Anna lead “Friends of St Giles Hill Graveyard” – not only a graveyard (decommissioned), but now a wonderful wildlife sanctuary. Working parties are regularly arranged to keep it looking its best and the photo shows the most recent. All the working party dates are published on the events

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