14 Rotary clubs from across North Cumbria will come together at Silloth on the Green Day to showcase the work of Rotary in communities at home and worldwide.
Rotarians will be joining with the local community at the successful Silloth on the Green Day on Sunday 27th May which promises to be a day of fun with many activities to enjoy.
These include live entertainment, family dog show, fun fair and donkey rides. The ‘Rotary Village’ aims to provide people the opportunity to enjoy a variety of activities, including a human fruit machine, smoothie bike, schools technology tournament and a selection of classic cars whilst also promoting other Rotary activities and good works undertaken by clubs across North Cumbria.
This is a unique coming together of Rotary Clubs, and Wendy Aldred, Rotary Assistant Governor North Cumbria says; “Rotary Clubs are always looking to make new contacts in their local communities and enabling more people find out about what we do. We hope the public will come along, take part in our activities and talk to us. Rotary is always looking for new members and we have a range of options available. So it’s a great opportunity to find out if Rotary is for you.”