Carnival Fun!

Carnival Fun!

(Caterham Rotary President Andy Parr presenting 1st prize to the local residents with their “Those not forgotten” float.) We were once again delighted to sponsor the Caterham Carnival procession again this year. The winners were: 1st prize of £60 ...
Volunteering Work with Rotary Changes Lives!

Volunteering Work with Rotary Changes Lives!

Whether you are volunteering by helping your local community set up a foodbank or responding to local and international disasters, there is a project or activity to suit everyone. By volunteering with Rotary and becoming a Rotarian, you know that you will be changing...
Listening to Reading pilot launches in local school

Listening to Reading pilot launches in local school

Listening to children read in primary schools is an essential part of a young person’s development in addition to the support provided by School staff and parents at home. Retired Teacher Julie Pescod and now a member of Caterham Rotary Club recently came up with the...
A record tumbles at The Bunny Fun Run

A record tumbles at The Bunny Fun Run

First man home  in the 5k Alix Ramsier with Reggie. Over 400 hundred runners took part in the 11th annual Caterham Rotary Easter Bunny runs at Queens Park on  Palm Sunday. First home boy and girl to cross the line in the 1k, which is not a race, were Ben Wyatt and...
Bunnies are you ready?

Bunnies are you ready?

Date: Sunday morning 25th March 2018. Place: Queens Park, Caterham on the Hill. Have some exercise; maybe join in with some friends and seek sponsorship for charity, then reward yourself with an Easter egg on Sunday 25th March in Queens Park Caterham. The Rotary Club...