Trevor Sturrock cycling for RDA

Raising money for
West Norfolk RDA – The Magpie Centre

Trevors My Donate Page

Trevor is at it again and cycling for RDA and here is his very busy schedule:

TrevorRDACampbeltown-to-CapeWrath

Event details

2016 – Various Cycle rides around the country!

11 March – N. Norfolk coast line – 100 miles
Apr/May (dates to be confirmed) – 6 day West coast tour of Scotland – 560 miles.
5 June – Norwich- 100 miles.
17 July – Cambridge sportive – 89 miles.
24 July – The Norfolk sportive – 100 miles.
04 September – The Pinewoods Climbs – 66 miles.
30 October – Watlington (Oxfordshire) Sportive – 90 miles.
27 November- Thetford sportive – 74 miles.
APPROX 1,200 MILES

 

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The message

Make every day a Mandela Day

mandela day
Nelson Mandela followed three rules throughout his life, which he did at great personal sacrifice:

Free yourself. πŸ™‚

Free others. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

Serve every day. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

Mandela Day is a global call to action for citizens of the world to take up the challenge and follow in the formidable footsteps of Madiba, a man who transformed his life, served his country and freed his people. Its objective is to inspire individuals to take action to help change the world for the better and in so doing, to build a global movement for good.

The question we must ask ourselves is what we are doing to make the world a better place; what are we doing to make every day a Mandela Day?

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Tarsan Dam Resevoir Dunoon.

Video by Allan Cameron see his YouTube site for more fantastic videos.

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Farmer Fed-Up With Slow Wi-Fi Builds DIY Signal Mast – And Gets Superfast Broadband

Richard Guy, 60, from the Cotswolds, battled for years with painfully slow internet at his rural farm in the Cotswolds

A fed-up farmer sick of sub-standard internet access built his own DIY signal mast – which now gives him superfast broadband.

Richard Guy, 60, from the Cotswolds, battled for years with painfully slow internet at his rural farm in Salisbury Plain.

But after noticing that his mobile phone’s 4G signal was significantly faster than his BT broadband, he took matters into his own hands.

He decided to build a makeshift wooden telephone mast, putting a 4G adapter inside a toolbox.

The dad-of-two then connected it with wires to his home and began to enjoy a ‘perfect’ broadband speed.

see more on Yahoo

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2035: Clean Energy Will Trump Fossil Fuels

Found this great article on Discovery News.
Previously in our “2035” series, we’ve asked experts to make their best guesses about the next 20 years in the areas of artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles.

This time around, we’ve invited some earnest conjecture on the matter of renewable energy in the year 2035. Twenty years out is actually a pretty good time frame for asking the obvious question: Will renewable energy sources surpass fossil fuels, globally, as our main source of energy by 2035? Link to article

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Rotary Club of St Ives

>St Ives Blog

The Rotary Club of St Ives was formed in 1954 as an offshoot from its parent club of Huntingdon.Β  Its Charter night which celebrates its foundation is onΒ  xx October.Β  The Club meets on a Tuesday evening at the Dolphin Hotel and current consists of 34 members.

Rotary is an International Charitable Organisation, supporting many local, national and international projects.

Rotary is involved in many aspects of the local community as well as international projects, and welcomes both men and women over 30 years of age. St Ives club has a wide age range and welcomes applications from people of all ages and backgrounds.

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NEPAL EARTHQUAKE APPEAL by Red Cross

NEPAL RED CROSS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT.

Click on the Red Cross Appeal NEPAL. to take you to the Red Cross appeal page.

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