The latest job by the Rotary Club on the work it is doing on the West Chyne, was planting some bulbs. Taking part were President Julie Miller, Maria Blackburn and Pat Hersant. The work is being done in conjunction with the Western Undercliff Group

Despite the fact we are currently unable to hold our normal weekly meetings, members of Ramsgate Rotary

Club are continuing to play their part in trying to fulfil community duties.

Weare spending time ‘cleaning up’ The Chyne on Ramsgate West Cliff, in conjunction with the Western  Undercliff Group .

We are being led by President Julie Miller, who said: “ Although life is far from normal members are trying their best to maintain their community links and this is a project we felt was very worthwhile.”

Ramsgate Rotary Club members, met face to face for the first time since lockdown, in the garden of President Julie Miller.

They discussed plans for future activities, including this year’s Christmas collections which will be limited since the club has disposed of its popular Santa Sleigh .It was agreed that the annual outing and tea party for local residents would be postponed until next year, but it was hoped to repeat its popular school collections of toys for the disposal of the social services to deserving local cases.Members are already giving thought to the best way of celebrating the founding of the club 100 years ago in December next year.

Anybody interested in considering membership of the club should make contact through the contact page.

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