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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. Rotary members are very much part of the communities they serve, and in Staffordshire, Stone Rotary has joined forces to work with two charitable enterprises in the town.

    The post Stone Rotary Pledges Support for the Stone Community Hub appeared first on Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland.

  2. World Polio Day is one of the highlights of the Rotary calendar, and this year is no different with clubs across the length and breadth of the British Isles organising events to publicise Rotary’s campaign for the complete eradication of polio.

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  3. World Polio Day is just around the corner, and to mark the occasion a special purple gin has been created and being promoted by a Rotary club in Lancashire.

    The post Purple gin is just the tonic for polio appeared first on Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland.

  4. It’s been almost three weeks since the horrendous earthquake and tsunami which caused a catastrophic disaster in Indonesia. MapAction detail the full extent of the humanitarian disaster – which has prompted Rotary and allied organisations to step into provide aid.

    The post Mapping the true scale of Indonesian disaster appeared first on Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland.

  5. It was a film about polio which delivered at the heart of the issue. ‘Breathe’ was released this time last year and the film’s producer had a very special reason for releasing the movie. To coincide with World Polio Day, Jonathan Cavendish will be holding a special question & answer session in London.

    The post Hollywood film producer headlines World Polio Day event appeared first on Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland.

  6. Dan Curtis and wife Laura are award-winning musical theatre composers and lyricists who have decided to mark the centenary of the First World War Armistice in a special way.

    The post Rotary members’ musical tribute to the Armed Forces appeared first on Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland.