In these troubled times we all need Hope.
All of us have suffered this year due to the unprecedented effects of the Covid pandemic. In particular, charities have had vastly reduced incoming funds. Marlow Thames Rotary club with your help can make a difference to those whose lives have been particularly adversely affected this year.
We invite you to add your personal dedication to a loved one, a message of hope or simply a wish to our online virtual Christmas Tree of Hope and make a small donation. By doing so, an actual dedication will be attached to the Tree of Hope (optional) on The Causeway in Marlow.
Please visit www.vivisufund.com/christmas-tree-of-hope-2020
Our ‘Tree of Hope’ will allow you to create a dedication to a loved one and to donate to one of these well deserving local charities:-
- Marlow Mayor’s charity (mental health in young people)
- Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice
- South Bucks Hospice
- Thames Valley Adventure Playground (TVAP) for children with special needs
- Marlow Age Concern
Local Electricity Supplies
Learn about local electricity supplies. David Adkins, from the National Grid and Steve Shaw, director of Power for People and architect of the Local Electricity Bill will explain all about local electricity supplies, followed by a question and answer session.
This will be a 1 hour zoom meeting at 7pm on Tuesday December 8th 2020.
Topic: MEG Ask the Experts Zoom Meeting
Time: Dec 8, 2020 06:45pm (for a 7pm start)
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Meeting ID: 884 5335 8098
For more information on Marlow Energy Group visit our website https://www.marlowenergygroup.com/
‘Covid and Beyond!’
Tuesday 24 November 2020 from 6:30pm - 8:00pm on Zoom....
Cllr Mimi Harker OBE,
Member of Buckinghamshire Council (Representing Amersham and Chesham Bois), Deputy Armed Forces Champion Buckinghamshire, Founder Bucks BAME Network, Chairman Community Impact Bucks.
Fitting in very well with the local community basis for Marlow Bridge Rotary Club, Mimi will be talking about:
“An insight into the activities in Amersham whilst the pandemic raged through our communities and looking to the future, post pandemic. A personal view of the actions during this time - with the community, volunteering, the charities I work with and businesses.”
We shall also be giving updates on the various MBRC projects
Click here to register - MBRC Meeting 24-11-20
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting
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