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The next annual Rotary Toddlethon takes place on Wednesday 20 May in Poole Park.

A FREE, fun event for pre-school age children, open to nursery groups, child-minders and families.

  • There is no registration fee, we just ask that all children are sponsored by friends and family in advance

  • Everyone "toddles" (walk, scoot, in buggies) once around the cycle track by the cricket pitch in Poole Park

  • After the event, there are FREE refreshments and entertainment for the children, as our way of saying "thank you" for taking part

  • All the children receive a Toddlethon Certificate

  • Make a day of it - bring a picnic!

  • We will be 'toddling' come rain or shine  (If it is a bit damp, come for some great puddle jumping!)

  • Every penny you donate goes to our four chosen charities, thanks to our Business Partners

Over the last 18 years, the Poole Bay Rotary Toddlethon has raised over £73,000 and supported a range of local and child related charities including: Poole Young Carers, Life Education Wessex, Julia's House, and Montacute School, as well as Rotary's key international project - Polio Eradication

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FREE entertainment 

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Certificate for each child

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This event is organised by Poole Bay Rotary on behalf of the Rotary Club of Poole Bay Trust Fund (Charity Reg 1009997)

Register now for this year's event.

To register, request posters, leaflets and sponsorship forms, or if you would like more information, please contact:

          Gillian:      01202 742105

          Alun:         01202 520965

Downloads will be available here in 2020 for:

           A4 poster

           A5 (double sided) flyer

           A4 (double sided)  sponsorship form

Next year's charities will include:  Tyler's Friends and End Polio Now

Rotary has been working to rid the world of polio since 1985.  Today we are within touching distance of achieving this goal having reduced the number of reported cases from over 1000 per day to just 33 in the whole of 2018.

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