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Shereen's visit to the Arvind Eye hospital, supported by the Rotary Club of Sleaford. The open space of 6000 square ft ready to put up the training centre. The next two months the infrastructure will be 

ready.

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Litterpicking at Greylees
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Floats for Swimability

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Young Chef Competition 2024

Tree planting at Mareham Pastures

More Litter Picking 

along the River Slea, after the Riverlight Festival

Crocus Planting

Planting crocuses on Gregson Green to support world End Polio Now day.  Assisted by children from the William Alvey School.

Litterpick after Oktoberfest

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Mammogram Machine for India

Rotarian Shereen paid a visit to the St.Ivan Stedeford Hospital in India, where a mammogram machine had recently been inaugurated. The project, supported by the Rotary Club of Madras, had received a Global Foundation Grant from the Rotary Club of Sleaford.  

Kids Day Out at Twinlakes

The Litterpicking Team out and about again. Six bags collected between Holdingham roundabout and Leasingham.  

COATS 4 KIDS 

The President's main charity for the year, this scheme provides warm winter coats to children whose parents may no be able to provide them.  We supply the vouchers, the schools identify the children. 

President Ann is seen here with the Headteacher from Winchelsea School at Ruskington.


Supporting Families from the Ukraine

We received a Disaster Response Grant from Rotary District 1070 to support families from Ukraine that have re-settled in the Sleaford area. A number of families had to re-settle to new accommodation from their original hosts when the Government’s re-settlement scheme came to an end. There have also been new families arriving from Ukraine in the Sleaford area who needed support.

Some families had moved into new rented accommodation and didn’t have basic furniture and equipment, such as beds, microwaves, kettles and fridges. There are also other families with disabled children that need specialist equipment. The Rotary Fund has, so far, provided financial support to 5 families in the Sleaford area and there is still money available to support more families.

Anna & Volodymyr had to move from their original hosts and found a place to rent in Sleaford. They are so grateful to Sleaford Rotary who helped them buy a bed to sleep in.

If you are aware of a family from Ukraine who has re-settled to the Sleaford area and needs financial support, please contact the Rotary Club of Sleaford info@sleafordrotary.com