|Rotary in the Forest|
|Actively involved with our local community|
|Having Fun, Doing Good|
|Forest of Dean Rotary Club members are enthusiastic, fun-loving and active volunteers who give their time and talents to serve the local community.|
|From organising half marathons to running stalls at local events, we're proud to raise funds for local, regional, national and international charities (and we have fun doing so).|
|Why not come along and see for yourself?|
|Lydney Training Band|
|The Lydney Training Band does great work in developing the talents of young local musicians in the expectation that they will graduate into the Lydney Town Band in due course. |
In April, the Rotary Club presented £500 to Jessica Waskett of Lydney Train...
|James Bevan, Chairman of the Youth and Vocational Committee, presents a cheque for £1000 to Lynn Hammersley, for the Bursary Fund at the Forest of Dean Gymnastics Club.|
The fund is used for children who may need support to attend classes that they may ...
|Purple for Polio|
|Purple for Polio crocuses in full bloom in the Berry Hill Community Orchard, in spite of the close attention of the local rabbit population!|
|Hands on Art 2019|
|Now in its third year, the Rotary 'Hands On Art' competition presented its prizes on Friday evening, 29th March 2019, at Forest Hills Golf Club, Coleford. |
ALL Primary and Junior schools in the Forest area were invited to engage with ...
|First Class Run|
|The fancy dress prize for this year's Spring Trails Half Marathon went to Darpan Singh of Pontyclun Road Runners who completed the 13.1 miles dressed as a post box!|
Darpan wins £200 towards the £1900 he's aiming to raise for St John Ambulance.
|Half Marathon recordbreaker|
|At 10:00 on Sunday morning, the gun went for the Rotary Forest of Dean Spring Trails Half Marathon race. Over 1900 runners started. This annual race, from Speech House through the trails of the Forest of Dean is organized by the Rotary Club of the Royal Fo...|