Rotary club hosting meeting to help battle climate change

Rotary Club of Fakenham & District celebrates 60 years as a club. Bucket collection. Picture: ROTARY

Fakenham & District rotary club is calling on the public to attend their meeting in January as they look to make a difference in preserving and enhancing the local environment. - Credit: Archant

A market town’s rotary club is hosting a meeting to outline a new environmental initiative.

Fakenham & District rotary club is calling on the public to attend their meeting in January as they look to make a difference in preserving and enhancing the local environment.

The club is hoping to form a group of like-minded people interested in making contributions and also learn more about how they can help the ever-increasing problem of climate change.

They have already had interest from Fakenham Town Council and the Hawk and Owl Trust at Sculthorpe Moor in the event.

Tony Grover (centre) president of the Rotary Club of Fakenham and District presents the winning team with their prizes

Tony Grover (centre) president of the Rotary Club of Fakenham and District - Credit: Tony Grover

Tony Grover, a member of the club said: “It is hoped that the basis of the group will be formed by families and young people, but open to everyone who wishes to make a contribution.”

If you are interested and would like to know more, please contact Gordon Turner via email at fakenhamrotaryclub@gmail.com and book a place.