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Karen Eveleigh

Planting purple crocuses for polio at St Michael’s

Club members joined members of the church to plant 1,000 crocus corms in front of the new church entrance on Sunday 28th October. Experienced gardeners joined beginners and the general consensus was that even if planted upside down, the small corms were clever enough to right themselves. Why do we do […]

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Blenheim Palace 5K and 10K Races – helping out for the day

Five club members and three Rotary Scholars joined the members of Woodstock and Kidlington Rotary on Sunday 21st October to help out at the Blenheim Palace run. The palace grounds are frequently used for charity runs and although the lake is being drained at the moment, the grounds and views […]

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World’s Biggest Meal – a purple dinner for World Polio Day 2015

Club members and friends celebrated in purple style with a dinner to raise funds for Rotary’s Polio Campaign on World Polio Day, Saturday 24th October 2015. Purple hair, purple toes, purple finger nails, purple clothes, purple flowers, purple wine glasses, purple napkins, purple decorations and even a purple quiz – […]

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