Rotary Club of Woodstock & Kidlington - 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.
The Brian Paice community award 2017
Brian Paice was a long standing member of the club and this award was created to recognise his service to Woodstock Towndetails
Purple 4 Polio click for details...
16,000 purple crocus corms are planted on the Langford Lane roundabout in Kidlington.details
Club Blog - click here
What happens in the club - watch this space, content to be added regularly...details
Money from 2016 run donated to MS charity
￡5750 presented to MS charity thanks to our 2016 Rotary Blenheim runners.details
Rotary Blenheim 2017 10K & 5K Races
This years charity is the Oxford Childrens Hospital. Timing Chips being used for the 1st time this yeardetails
The club has raised over £180,000 for many causes since it formed in 1985. (click here for history) It has provided Shelter Boxes for various disasters throughout the world and in 2005-6 helped build and equip a pottery and metal-working workshop in Zambia to teach orphans the skills to make fuel-efficient stoves, a need all too evident in the copper-belt region. Closer to home the club has helped well over 100 local organisations from Action Research to Yarnton Boy's Football Club through its annual fund raising programme which includes the Rotary Blenheim 5 & 10K and the Father Christmas Sleigh. Every year it joins forces with other Rotary Clubs in Oxford to organise Youth Speaks.
We meet at the Kings Head, Woodstock, on Monday evenings for a varied programme of speakers (mostly entertaining!), fun and fellowship. We have men and women members from all sorts of backgrounds and our geographical region covers many villages around Kidlington and Woodstock.
Meetings and events happening soon
Monday 2nd October 19.30
Council - Blenheim race planning.
Monday 16th October 19.30
future events completed calendar district events local events
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