On Friday 21st May, Alan Sweetman and Tim Mitchell of the <a href="https://www.pahar-trust.org/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank" title="Pahar Trust">Pahar Trust</a> presentented medals and khatas (Nepali ceremonial scarves) to five out of the eight members of the Clifton Rotary Club who raised money for the Trust by taking part in the 30/30 challenge.
The Rotary Club of Clifton are delighted at the success of the young people who entered the Rotary District 1100 photographic competition after their achievement of winning the first round heat organised by the Clifton Club. There were three age groups in the competition, Junior, 7 to 10 years old, Intermediate, 10 to 14 and Senior, 15 to 17. Clifton entries came first in two of the groups and runner up in the third group. Many congratulations to them all.
On 3rd June 20 Rotarians and their wives completed a delightful walk around the countryside surrounding the charming village of Frenchay.
On Wednesday 21st October, Debbie Hodge of Ware Rotary Club in Hertfordshire joined us for our weekly virtual meeting to talk about Mercy Ships.
Polio is a crippling and potentially fatal infectious disease which Rotary has been working hard to eradicate globally since 1985. It affects mainly children under 5 and costs just 20p per vaccine. Recently, Africa has been declared polio-free which is a huge win for the region. Polio could be just the second human disease to be eradicated worldwide in history.