• Paul Harris accolade for our newest member

    DIFFERENT is just one word to describe colourful Leeds business man, Craig Burton and now he has been recognised by one of the world’s leading charitable organisations for making a difference. Craig, who runs central Leeds based The Works has been awarded the Paul Harris Fellowship by Rotary International in recognition for his charitable work, […]

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  • 50 Years, Leeds Carnival: Susan Pitter

    The Rotary Club of Leeds White Rose looks forward to next weeks speaker talking to us about the oldest West Indian Festival in the UK. 7:15am at the Park Plaza, City Square, Leeds, guests are welcome. Every year, months of preparation and a frenzy of costume dreams culminate in the official Leeds West Indian Carnival events. […]

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  • “To Walk Invisible” – Fascinating insight into the Bronte Family

    Following the popularity of the BBC drama “To Walk Invisible” written by Sally Wainwright about the Bronte family, now is your chance to find out even more about these remarkable siblings. Join us for breakfast on 15th February at the Park Plaza, First Floor, City Square, Leeds at 7.15am when Jan Lee, a fellow Rotarian […]

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  • Bacon butties, AIM, Asda and Rotary

    Asda are famous for engaging with their local community and making a difference. That’s what Rotary do too – and our recent visit to an Asda Distribution Centre managed to inspire some youngsters from AIM, to think about what their future might look like. AIM Education is a not-for-profit organisation, set up to help overcome […]

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