BUNNY FUN RUN UPDATE
We are delighted to announce that we have rescheduled the Bunny Runs (1k & 5k) for Sunday 28 April with the same arrangements as for last Sunday's postponed event.
All timings and terms are unchanged.
If you have already entered for the 1k or the 5k please keep your number and use it on the 28th, there is nothing else for you to do.
If you cannot take part on the 28th April and would be happy for your entry fee to be donated to St Catherine's Hospice please do nothing. We will give all the surplus to them.
If you cannot take part on the 28th April and would like a full refund of your entry fee please email
or post to rotaryruns, 11a Queens Park Road, Caterham, CR3 5RB, with your runner number(s), name and address and we will send you a cheque.
If you are a brand new entrant you can now book on line straightaway. Just click on www.rotaryruns.co.uk or if you wish to use an existing paper application please do so and just change the date at the top of your form.
Full details for all runners & walkers (existing and new entries) can be accessed via www.rotaryruns.co.uk You can also click on the bunny logo on this website (bottom left of page) or click on the "Bunnies are you ready?" heading at the top of this page and will also be able to automatically click on the services provided by our sponsors.
If you want to follow us on Twitter and/or Facebook just click on the links on this page.
We look forward to seeing you on 28th April 2013. Bunnies are go!
Focus on the Crocus – Thank you Caterham community & all our sponsors
Caterham will soon be in bloom again!
Late February/early March will see 20,000 purple crocus bulbs popping their heads through the soil again in Caterham & Warlingham
During the last 3 years the Rotary Club’s in Caterham took part in a worldwide push to raise funds towards the End Polio campaign. Many schools in Tandridge engaged in fund raising events during 2010 then two years ago Caterham Rotary Club launched the Focus on the Crocus initiative. The purple Crocus bulbs were planted in local schools, Church Hill, The Dene Hospital, The Village, and Town Hill and in Queens Park in the form of a Crocus Maze. The maze was sponsored by local companies and residents of Caterham. Their support is recorded on a plaque erected in the Park gardens close to the Maze.
Polio was completely eradicated from the UK and Europe 11 years ago, thanks to Rotary and now India has now been Polio free for just over 2 years. However the disease still exists in – Nigeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Over the last 3 years we have raised more than £11,000 which combined with matched funding from The Gates foundation means 50,000+ children have been vaccinated. All funds have been earmarked to support polio immunisation activities in the affected countries where this vaccine-preventable disease continues to paralyse children.
For more details on End Polio and Rotary's campaign to rid the world of Polio click on the End Polio Now logo on this page.
If you would like to know more about joining Caterham Rotary Club please email us