Rotary Club of Barton-upon-Humber - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Supporting Pupils and the Environment 2018
Goxhill Primary School Gardening Club children using some the tools paid for by Barton Rotary Club.details
Bulb Planting Results!! 2018
The villages of South Ferriby, Saxby and Barrow were in their springtime glory due to members planting many Daffodil and Crocus bulbsdetails
Certificate of Merit 2018
Colin Salter and Roger Nowell with the Certificate of Merit presented by Barton Town Council in recognition of their work in founding the Over 60’s Walking Football Club in the town.details
Supporting Barton Junior Cricketers 2018
Barton Rotary Club donated kit to Barton Town Cricket Club Junior Teams. The pads, bats, helmets, gloves and kit holdalls will be used by the two under eleven teams. The Cricket Club is making a big difference to more than sixty young people including 35details
Support for St. Andrew's Hospices
Eighteen Amazon Echo entertainment and information units have been donated to St Andrew’s Children’s and Adult’s Hospices in Grimsby.details
Rotary Club of Barton-Upon-Humber
Barton Rotary Club welcomes new members, men or women, who feel that they would like to help other people, both locally and internationally, put something back into our community and to have a lot of fun doing it!
The club has been serving Barton and the surrounding villages since 1977 and is part of the Worldwide Rotary
organisation of 34,164 clubs in 210 countries, with a total of 1,223,083 members.
If you would like to help people, by joining Rotary
we would be very pleased to hear from you.
You can contact us for more information,
via the Contact Us on top of the page.
Barton Rotary Club meets every Wednesday
5.45 for 6.15
The Rotary Club of Barton-upon-Humber - doing great things in Barton and the villages since 1977.
The Humber Bridge
The HumberBridge, near Barton upon Humber, England, is a 2,220 m (7,283ï¿½ft) single-span suspension bridge, which opened to traffic on 24 June 1981. It is the fifth-largest of its type in the world. It spans the Humber (the estuary formed by the rivers Trent and Ouse) between Barton-upon-Humber on the south bank and Hessle on the north bank, connecting the East Riding of Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.ï¿½
Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.
Family Rotary club use skills to kick-start local charities
Rotary members unite to tackle world hunger
Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(Every 5th Wednesday in the month is our partners night and we frequently move venues so please check first)
The White Swan