Community Service

Community Service Objectives

This Committee has the responsibility to the Council and the Club for money raising efforts and for charitable donations. Although substantially curtailed during the Covid Pandemic, the Committee are again working hard to raise money through a number of events in which we hope we will receive the support, as in the past, of people in the Town and environs. Amongst others, we will bring Santa to the children of South Woodham Ferrers; to Asda and Sainsburys ; hold our Swimarathon in 2022 (in which teams swim to raise money for worthy causes); participate in the Village Hall’s celebration of the Queen’s Jubilee; and hold a Vintage Car Show.

We will continue to consider requests for donations, principally focusing on smaller Charities nearer to home and the needs of our Community. Our efforts in this regard does not focus only on monetary donations. For instance, through our Trees of Joy we have collected a considerable number of Toys and Books for children up to the age of twelve who otherwise would not have much to look forward to a Xmas. The significance of planting Crocus bulbs by early stage children in some of our schools, provided by Rotary, has helped them to understand the aim to eradicate Polio throughout the world. A lot to do; a lot to achieve

Recent Community Service Events

Town Planters

Members brought spring colour to the Town Centre with plants donated by Meadow Croft Nurseries


New Community Orchard Bench

The club were pleased to donate a new bench in the Orchard on the creek.

Sleigh 2021

The club would like to thank the Management & Staff of Sainsbury's for supporting the club.The picture below shows 2 members of staff with Santa.


The Town Christmas FayreThe club had the opportunity to take the upgaded sleigh to town. It was a great success with many children able to sit on the sleigh. The picture below is just one of many happy faces.

Tree of Joy - The club have embarked on placing 2 Tress of Joy ths year. One is in Asda and the other in Holy Trinity church. The toys collected will go to Connecting and Uniting Familis & Rainbow Trust.