GSR- Members June 2023

TESS Project 2022

Litter Picking 2021

Planting Crocus Corms with TESS 2021

Sensory Garden 2020 Team

Kids Out 2019

Daffodil Planting 2019

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End Polio

Welcome to Grantham Sunrise Rotary

Grantham’s newest Rotary Club

We are the latest addition to the Grantham Rotary family, an informal club that meets at breakfast-time every other Thursday at The Farrier, Harlaxton Road, Grantham.

Our mission is to focus on communities and to help those less fortunate than ourselves by using the skills and talents of our members and to promote friendship through social and charitable events. For our President’s welcome message, press ‘Read More’

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A Rotarian since 2000 and  was looking for a flexible club with younger members and was the project leader to form Grantham Sunrise Rotary.

8 Irvin Metcalf

I joined Sunrise Rotary to meet new friends and do good in my community

7-Kevin Hale

I joined Rotary to use my skills to do good in the community

6-Lady Anita Asken

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#gransunrotary District 1070 Minor sports event. RC Sleaford -v- Grantham Sunrise Rotary . Of course. We won! A truly wonderful evening at the Minor Sports event with Sleaford RC hosting a great variety of games and excellent cmaraderie, nice meal and the Sunrisers triumphed-well done everyone-roll on the next draw ☺ ... See MoreSee Less
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#gransunrotary End Polio Now is a Rotary International campaigne to rid the world of Polio. What is Polio? Please help us by contributing a small amount of your money to this great, or poliomyelitis, is a paralyzing and potentially deadly infectious disease that most commonly affects children under the age of 5. The virus spreads from person to person, typically through contaminated water. It can then attack the nervous system.Rotary has contributed more than $2.6 billion to fight polio, including matching funds from the Gates Foundation, and countless volunteer hours since launching its polio eradication program, PolioPlus, in 1985. ... See MoreSee Less
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