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Early evening visit to the Tannery Development and meal

13th August 2024
Venue: Tannery Development, Canterbury
Early evening visit to the Canterbury Tannery Development lead by Andrew Clague who was the principal architect on this project.
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Inter Club Bat & Trap Competition Evening

16th August 2024
Venue: The Golden Lion, Broad Oak
This year's Rotary in Canterbury Interclub Bat & Trap Competition is being held in the evening of Friday, 16th August at the Golden Lion Pub, Broad Oak.
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Be like CommunityAd and help support our work!

Perhaps you’ve wondered at times how you can help the Rotary Club of Canterbury help others? Well – as well as becoming a member – you could support us in some way through your organisation, just as local magazine CommunityAd does.

As a voluntary organisation based here in Canterbury, it’s really important that the local community is aware of our existence and the various causes that we support. It’s also important that members of the community hear about public events such as our Annual Duck Race and other fundraisers, youngsters hear about our competitions, and that potential members learn about our range of activities. We’re therefore very grateful when we get coverage in local media.

CommunityAd is a free, monthly, local magazine that champions a #KeepingItLocal movement. It has a special issue just for Canterbury & nearby villages – many readers will receive hard copies through their letterbox or will read articles online.

Over recent years CommunityAd has published a number of articles and updates about us – and sometimes also about local charities or causes that we’ve supported. Overall, CommunityAd has a portfolio of around 45 titles which reach a combined readership of over 7.8 million annually.  Most of its team members works across these. For example, as well as the Canterbury issue (which is the third largest after Thanet and Tonbridge & Tunbridge Wells), there’s one for Bridge, Herne Bay etc. For Canterbury, they print and distribute 23,000 copies – this plus their online issues give an estimated readership of 58,000 people – so that means, potentially, thousands of people who might read about us!

The magazine says it’s “well-received, well-read, and well-loved” and takes pride in its close community relationships, including with local clubs (such as ours) and other groups and organisations. This July Community Ad will be delivering its 60th issue! “This milestone,” the magazine says, “is a true testament to our unwavering dedication to local life and our commitment to keeping the community connected and informed!”

We’d like to offer our congratulations to the magazine on passing this exciting milestone and look forward to working together with the team as CommunityAd continues to spread news among Canterbury’s residents and visitors.

You can see the online version of CommunityAd here.

If you or your organisation would like to provide in-kind support for our work, please contact us via our web site: www.rotarycanterbury.org.uk

Finally, a reminder that you can see all of OUR most recent news on our website or on:

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Picture: Members of Community Ad’s editorial, production, graphic design, administration, and sales team. Picture credit: Community Ad (reproduced with permission).

 

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