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News from Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland (RIBI), a region with some 50,000 Rotarians and covering the United Kingdom and Ireland.

  1. Hundreds of youngsters will be converging on Northern Ireland later this year for a special tag rugby competition for players with a learning disability. And as part of that, a Rotary District is sponsoring one of the teams.

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  2. Former Royal Marine, Baz Gray, has just completed the first phase of an amazing Antarctic trek to the South Pole, and he has been partly sponsored by Rotary.

    The post Flying the Rotary flag at the South Pole appeared first on Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland.

  3. Thanks to the tenacity of a Rotary member from Rugby, a young photographic competition is thriving in the town, with the launch later this month of an exhibition of the youngsters’ work.

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  4. Four years ago, a devastating earthquake flattened much of Nepal, killing more than 9,000 people. However, thanks to the fundraising efforts of a Somerset-based Rotary club over the past two years, a new school should open in the Himalayan country later this summer.

    The post Rotary Yeovil reaches target to build school in Nepal appeared first on Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland.

  5. Proud member Nayan Patel is recognised for his charitable efforts, Rotary Ireland continue their hard work to support young children in Africa and more...

    The post 15/02/19 – Rotary Round-up! appeared first on Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland.

  6. A charitable education project in South Africa has massively reduced costs thanks to an innovative partnership with a supermarket chain in the country.

    The post Classroom Box making a difference in South Africa appeared first on Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland.