The Dronfield Community Lottery is a weekly, cash prize community game. Cash raised supports projects in the Dronfield area. Your money makes a difference! 50p of every £1 played on the Dronfield Community Lottery goes directly to local causes in Dronfield. The remaining 50p of every £1 played is returned as prize money. EASY TO PLAY.... SUPPORTS LOCAL PROJECTS... GREAT CASH PRIZE OF £80 EVERY WEEK.
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Calling all local tradesmen, suppliers of toilets, wash basins, urinals, flooring and everything to make the toilets at Guideacre in Dronfield fit for purpose.
Our club has been asked for help by the Scouting leaders in Dronfield.
Their premises, Guideacre, was under water after a leak caused a devastating flood. They have worked very hard to put things right.
The toilets are a step too far for their DIY skills and they need the help of professionals.
Will you help with goods or your skills?
We believe that the Scouting Organisation is invaluable in showing kids and young people that there are exciting and challenging alternatives to joining gangs, crime or simply being fed up and bored!
Please help your Community
Dronfield DIY SOS
Call 07445050988 to say what you can do for the young people in our community.
The Poppy Appeal 2016 has now concluded. Thanks to all the volunteer collectors including the Air Training Cadets. Thanks also go to Sainsburys for allowing us to collect in store likewise Co-op and Aldi. And of course thanks to all who we know have given so generously. The total amount collected was £17,435.
The Poppy Appeal started to help those returning from the First World War. A century on from the start of that conflict, the Royal British Legion is still helping today's Armed Forces families in much the same way, whether coping with bereavement, living with disability, or finding employment. The poppy is a powerful symbol - it is worn to commemorate the sacrifices of our Armed Forces and to show support to those still serving today and their loved ones.
Bill Gates and Rotary's 30th Anniversary of Polio Plus
Today at #ricon15, Bill Gates congratulated Rotary on the 30th anniversary of the PolioPlus program. Thanks to Rotary members’ vision in 1985 of a polio-free world, we’ve made incredible progress and are closer than ever to ending polio. Get involved: http://www.endpolio.org/Posted by Rotary International on Monday, June 8, 2015
The Rotary Club of Dronfield is a friendly and lively club whose members come from Dronfield and the surrounding towns and villages. We meet on Tuesday lunchtimes, and occasionally for an evening dinner meeting with guests specifically invited.
Our club brings together people who want to make a difference to the lives of others who are less fortunate than ourselves. We do this whilst enjoying the fellowship within our club. We are one of over 34,000 Rotary Clubs spread over more than 200 countries, each starting with a commitment to 'Service Above Self.'
Find out exactly how Rotary makes a world of difference by watching this short video.