RC Loughton,

Buckhurst Hill & Chigwell

LBC Rotary were proud to support the Loughton Festival today at their Howzat Fete on 28th May. Wonderful day with great weather, fantastic music, entertainment and food. Funds raised will go the Essex Air Ambulance and LYP (Loughton Youth Project). Great support from Loughton Town Council and Loughton Town Mayor Cllr Philip Abraham


Epping Forest Dementia Action Alliance.
Karen Murray
Epping Forest District Council
01992 564222, email kmurray@eppingforestdc.gov.uk

Epping Forest Dementia Action Alliance is Growing in Loughton.
Loughton, Buckhurst Hill and Chigwell Rotary have played a key role in the EF DAA since its inception in May this year. They are now signed up to the National Dementia Declaration which has been created in partnership with people with dementia.
Paul Reynolds from Haslers, chartered accountants, Loughton said “All members of Epping Forest Dementia Action Alliance publish an action plan on the DAA’s web site www.dementiaaction.org.uk , appropriate to their organisation. They then set out what they will do to help improve the lives of people living with dementia.”
Pesh Kapasiawala who is a member and former president of the local Rotary said “ We are looking forward to implementing our action plan and want to encourage other organisations and businesses across the district to sign up to help create a dementia-friendly community.”
LBC Rotary run lots of activities including their Memory Café on the 2nd Friday of the month at The Loughton Club , Station Road, for both those living with varying levels of memory loss and their carers/family and partners to enjoy free refreshments, entertainment, memorabilia and a chat.
To join or find out about other events LBC Rotary run or to join as a member, please call Pesh on 07973166940 or email pesh@londonresidential.co.uk



Hi Pesh,

Once again, thank you so much for all the time you’ve given to make sure the Big Collection has run smoothly in your store at the last minute! This is a massive achievement and valued all the more because the Collection likely would not have gone ahead without your efforts. All the time you have put into this collection is so important to the work of both Diabetes UK and the British Heart Foundation. The funds that you and your team have raised will support vital research and to encourage people to take up healthier lifestyles.

Working with you has been an absolutely fantastic – I cannot thank you enough! Your stepping in to help has been inspiring and I really cannot say it enough – THANK YOU!

Best wishes,

Julia Bernhardt
Volunteer Development Support Officer
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Diabetes UK London Region Team, 126 Back Church Lane, London E1 1FH






Great RC LBC charity BBQ. We were fortunate with the weather and honoured to have our Rotary in Great Britain & Ireland President Eve Conway and Rotary in London District Governor Helen Antoniou attend too. Thank you for your continued support, it was a lovely afternoon spent in the company of friends. We raised about £1000 for Epping Forest CAB, well done to you all.dsc_4811 dsc_4818 dsc_4819 dsc_4822 dsc_4834 dsc_4881

Rotary was in action in a sponsored Raft at Lee Valley White Water Centre in aid of The Gorilla Organisation – for the conservation of Gorillas in the wild. Thank you to

everyone that supported us. There is still time to donate so please sponsor us for the gorillas if you can please.









Fantastic launch of the Community Linking Project organised by LBC Rotary and partners VAEF & EFCC. Well attend by local businesses and Loughton Town Mayor, Carol Davies, and councillors John Mahoney and Janet Whitehouse. Facilitating partnerships with local charities, community groups and businesses and providing much needed support and assistance.
Membership & volunteers enquiries are always welcome.

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We had a wonderful time taking nearly 40 children from Woodcroft Special Needs School for a day out to Paradise Wildlife Park. The work of the teachers and Head, Brian Sainsbury is amazing. It was all part of a National day out for kids under the ‘Kids Out’ charity. Thanks to our volunteers Edwin Attwood, Pam Merritt, Manisha Kapasiawala,

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