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Knife Surrender Bin
Dudley’s first knife surrender bin, promoted by the Rotary Club and
our corporate member Dudley Tesco Extra

Year 2018-19
President: John Rowen
Secretary: Pauline Gregory (tel. 07977 747 731)
Treasurer: David Hughes
1st Vice President: Alan Black
2nd Vice President: David Wilkes
Immediate Past President: Ray Glazzard
Community Service: Peter Marsh
International Service: Alan Black
Vocational Service: Ken Powell
Rotary Foundation: John Graham
Fellowship, House & Social: Roger Scott-Dow
Youth Service: David Wilkes
Communications: Graham Dean
Club Protection Officer: Colin Knipe


For more information about the Club, its meetings or activities, please email
Secretary Past President Pauline Gregory: paulinegregory21 @gmail.com
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For information about other nearby clubs and district activities, follow this link to District 1210.

The Club is one of the oldest in our district and is proud to have given over 95 years of service to the local community and overseas. We currently have around 35 members.
 
Our achievements include:
* constructing and managing Rotary House, a warden controlled home for over 50 senior citizens in Dudley;
* supplying the first emergency cardiac resuscitation vehicles in the region;
* construction of 40 bungalows to re-house leper families in Bargarh, Orissa, India;
* initiating Group Study exchanges with Warsaw, Poland even before the iron curtain came down,
and many more.
 
We are pleased to be twinned with the Rotary Club of Brest-Côte des Légendes in Brittany, France and participate in joint projects with our French friends.