RC Loughton,

Buckhurst Hill & Chigwell

Michele Moore, Community Champion at Tescos Waltham Abbey and organiser of ‘Moral Boxes for our deployed soldiers’ talked about her fantastic project. Something we take for granted – soft toilet paper is in short supply at some of our deployed soldiers locations 😯 as well as toiletries such as shower gel, stick deodorant, shampoo/condition, soap, feminine products and unisex moisturiser ( some locations are very hot and dry).
They send morale boxes to our soldiers packed with treats and home comforts that they cannot get whilst on deployment.
Can you help with a donation? 😜Contact us.

LBC Rotary presented Michele with lots of goodies for our soldiers, which were gratefully received.


Fantastic joint concert on Sunday with LBC Rotary and Academy of Ballet Chigwell at Chigwell School in aid of MND & Rotary Foundation. Huge thanks to Chigwell School for their continued support of the community.


Fantastic community day at Jessel Green today. Well done to the Jessel Green Community and others for organising a wonderful event. Great to see Mayor Cllr Philip Abrahams and LBC Rotary

past President Pesh Kapasiawala

Huge thanks to Dr Govind Mohan and Gokila for a thoroughly animated and engaging training session on CPR and defibrillator use. We should all be ready and prepared to administer CPR to

anyone in an emergency. Chances of surviving are 4 fold if CPR has been performed.







Fantastic Presidential Handover Dinner supported by Loughton Town Mayor Cllr Philip Abraham and many special guests from the community. Welcome to our new President Fran Maskell and a huge thank you to out going President Kiran Patel.


We took nearly 40 children from Woodcroft Special Needs School in Loughton for a day out to Paradise Wildlife Park on 14th Ju ne. The headmaster, Brain Sainsbury, said “It was the highlight of the year for the children, one boy made a presentation about his time last year and was looking forward to going back because he didn’t get to see the penguins last time.”
It’s all part of a National day out for kids under the Kids Out charity. The first Rotary Kids Out Day Out took place 25 years ago on 13th June 1990 on a much smaller scale compared with today. The first day out in 1990 was organised by Kingston Rotary Club and Littlewoods organisation as a trial day out. The event proved to be very successful and the rollout soon began across the UK. Nowadays, Kids Out in partnership with Rotary takes up to 25,000 disadvantaged children on a Day Out to attractions across the UK http://www.kidsout.org.uk/