Help local Rotary Club find new ways to support the community


The Rotary Club of Leytonstone and Woodford are keen to welcome new members to progress their charity work in the local community and further afield.

“Despite the cancellation of two major fundraising events, our club continues to meet via Zoom and find ways to help the community at large, and we are still making important decisions benefiting charities… One of the heart-warming aspects to the present crisis has been the amazing public response to support our wonderful NHS,” said Rotarian John Bracken.

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Want to know how you can keep your bones healthy?


Anyone suffering from osteoporosis – a condition where bones lose strength and break more easily – is invited to attend a talk outlining the latest research into the disease in Woodford Green on 11 July.

Hosted by the North East London Support Group of the Royal Osteoporosis Society, the event – which will take place from 1.15pm to 3pm at St Thomas of Canterbury Church (£4.50) – will feature guest speaker Professor Susan Lanham-New from the University of Surrey. “Professor Lanham-New will be talking about the important role of nutrition for good bone health and the latest research, and we are delighted to be able to hear the latest news from such a well-respected expert,” said Stella Scrivener, development manager for the Royal Osteoporosis Society.

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