Welcome to the website of Chelmsford Mildmay Rotary Club
Chelmsford Mildmay Rotary Club was founded in 1972 and has been active in the Chelmsford area ever since. We have 24 members, both men and women, all of whom wish to give service to the community and to meet socially as friends.
We meet for lunch every Tuesday at the Marconi Club in Beehive Lane, Chelmsford, for a programme of talks, presentations and discussions. This helps keep us aware of ways in which we might be of use, and we raise funds to support various local, national and international causes.
To learn more about Chelmsford Mildmay Rotary Club please CLICK THE LINKS to 'What We Do', 'Photo Galleries' and 'Programme' at the top of the page. Also, our online quarterly newsletter, Mildmay Matters, reports on all our social and fund-raising activities.
We welcome new members so if you think you might be interested in joining our club, please CLICK HERE for contact details.
If you are a Rotarian visiting the area you would be most welcome. Please just CLICK HERE to let us know in advance.
If you do not have time to take up full membership, you might prefer to become a Friend of Rotary. In this way you can still enjoy some social events, help with charity projects or just get a taste of what Rotary is all about. Please CLICK HERE for further details.
Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland (known as RIBI) has more than 50,000 members and our club is just one of over 1,800 clubs nationally.
Purple4Polio campaign to End Polio Now
We have planted 30,000 purple crocuses, in partnership with other clubs, at RHS Hyde Hall as part of the Purple4Polio campaign. One strand of the campaign is an exciting partnership between the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) and Rotary to plant six million crocuses across Britain and Ireland. Click on the crocuses below to find out more about Purple4Polio.
Tiptree Purple4Polio jam
Tiptree is helping Rotarians to raise funds though
Purple4Polio jam. Look out for how you might
donate. Click on the jars of jam for more details.
Great Baddow Charity Races: the date for your diary is Sunday 14 May 2017
Computers for schools in Tanzania
Since 2010 we have been involved in a project to send recycled computers from Essex schools and businesses to Tanzania, Africa. Following the successful shipment of our first three containers, each with 200 computers, printers and other equipment, we are starting the collection process again ready for the fourth shipment. Do you have computer equipment in working order to donate? More details here
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We meet on Tuesdays at 13.00
Marconi Athletic & Social Club, Tydemans,
off Beehive Lane,
Chelmsford, CM2 9FH tel: 01245 269422