The recent pandemic has badly affected some families and made life difficult for the organisations who try to help. Many have been unable to use their usual fund raising methods.

The Reepham Rotary Recovery Initiative is designed to help local organisations who have suffered from restrictions on their activities so they can better help the people of Reepham and surrounding villages. 

Can you help?   While many have had problems, some of us may find we have a little more in the bank because we have not been able to travel or shop so much.  We would like to direct it to those who need it most.You can donate here.

Does your organisation need help?   As funds become available we will be able to make grants to organisations in Reepham and surrounding villages.  Find out more here.


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The fund will be providing £450 to help the Bircham Centre build storage for user group to keep their equipment in the Centre. 

We have agree to provide £500 for materials to refurbish a mobile classroom at Reepham High School to give private space for the Chaplain to support students who need counselling. 

The fund has reached £2500, thanks to many generous donations. Particular thanks to Salle Farms and to Muriel Jones who donated in memory of her husband Rev Guz Jones who was instrumental in founding our club. 

The first grant has been agreed from the Reepham Rotary Recovery Initiative.  The fund will pay for face shields to be used at Bircham Centre meetings by groups such as Reepham WI and the Art Group as and when they are allowed.  



The Club normally meets on Monday evenings at 7 pm for 7.15 dinner at St Michael’s Church Hall.
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Following months of online meetings, we are hoping to resume at St Michaels as soon as is safe for all.   

Next meetings

On 2 August we will be in Norwich for a historic walk with Jan King. 6pm start at the Forum. Members will make their own meal arrangements. 

On 9 August we will be presenting the plans for our Sunshine Cafe for those with memory loss at an invitation meeting at St Michael’s. Please get in touch if you are interested. 

Future events

Our Food Festival is still for 22 Aug, subject to progress against the virus. Also coming up is our Sunshine Cafe for those with memory difficulties and their carers – scheduled for launch in September..