The Rotary Club of Rugby Saturday Breakfast recently donated £300 to Impact Dance on behalf of this years Rotary Spring Fair. 

 

The Rotary Club of Rugby Saturday Breakfast recently donated £300 to New Directions.

 

The Rotary Club of Rugby Saturday Breakfast recently donated £300 to Futures Unlocked.

 

G Force Martial Arts group receives cheque as a thank you for their performance at the 2017 Spring Fair

 

The Rotary Clubs of Rugby have been presenting yet more cheque donations following on from the towns Rotary Spring Fair and this time the sum of £75 to the Rugby Gardeners Guild.

 
Following the success of the 2017 Rotary Spring Fair, Sue Betts presented a cheque for £400, on behalf of the three Rotary Clubs of Rugby.

 

Sue Betts presented RATT with a £500 donation, on behalf of the three Rotary Clubs in Rugby to thank them for their contribution to the 2017 Spring Fair. 

 

For the second year running the “Safaniya” steam traction engine will be offering rides at the Rotary Spring Fair.

 

The Eastlands Primary School RotaKids will be collecting children’s backpacks and stationery items at the Rotary Spring Fair on Bank Holiday 1st May.

 
Last Lesson are a local 5 piece covers band who will be finishing the event! They will be performing lively, upbeat chart-toppers right from the 70's to the present day: T-Rex to Ed Sheeran and everything in between!

 

Thanks to sponsorship from Urban and Civic, we have secured the Galloping Acrobatics team for two performances at the Rotary Spring Fair on Bank Holiday Monday the 1st of May 2017.

 

Some of the budding young local talent, supported by the Rugby Area Talent Trust, met the Mayor at the Whitefield Recreation Ground to get a feel of the area in which they will perform at the Fair on Bank Holiday Monday 1st May.