During the course of the past year, we have all seen members of different communities coming together and helping their friends, family, neighbours and even people they’ve never met before.
The number of people volunteering to help their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic has been fantastic.
Sarum Rotary Club is no exception to this. Several members of the club have been volunteering as marshalls at the vaccination centre at Salisbury City Hall, assisting members of the public with knowing where to go and what the process is, as well as looking after their welfare throughout.
Volunteering is not new to the members of Sarum Rotary Club as that is what brings us together as members, whether it be planning and organising events like the Clarendon Marathon and the River Festival, or helping local schools with pupil CV reviews and careers advice.
If you would like to join a fresh, exciting and dynamic Rotary Club, look no further than Sarum Rotary Club. For more information on membership, please click here.
We are also always happy to build our bank of volunteers who don’t necessarily want to join the club but are happy to help out at events. For more information on this, please click here.
Members of Sarum Rotary Club Volunteering as Marshalls at the COVID-19 Vaccination Centre at Salisbury City Hall
Pictured (from left to right): David Clayton (Youth Co-Ordinator), Kevin Flynn (Treasurer), Colin Whitton (President), Anne Smith (Membership Officer)