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Rotary Club of Wolstanton - 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.

Choral Evening


An entertaining evening in the company of 2 of the leading choirs locally. City of Stoke on Trent Male Voice Choir and The DougieMac choir. Proceeds to The DougieMac Hospice.

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Community


We work with local schools, assisting with pupils with 1 to 1 reading, we distribute dictionaries to primary school leavers. We involve pupils in projects such as bulb planting in public open spaces. We also support many local charities,

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Litter picking with St Wulstans pupils


On a sunny Monday afternoon President Robin & Rtn David were joined by pupils from St Wulstans school to collect litter on Wolstanton Marsh.

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International


Along with Rotarians worldwide and Bill Gates we are working towards the eradication of Polio. We also support The Kabanda Trust, who support the Rock of Joy Children’s Centre and Nansana Royal Primary School in Uganda.

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Annual Charity Golf Day


Our Annual Charity Golf Day will be at Wolstanton Golf Club. Teams of 4 entry fee £160.00 includes 18 hole competition, meal and prizes. Proceeds to DougieMac Hospice and RNLI

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About us

Welcome to Wolstanton Rotary Club.


Wolstanton Rotary Club was chartered in 1986, most of our 24 members meet weekly at The Borough Arms Hotel in Newcastle under Lyme, each Thursday, except after bank holidays.  
 
Over more than 30 years we have made many good friends, we have organised social events, weekends away and visits to businesses and industry.  
 
We have raised over £300.000 for causes including thoserelating to cancer, domestic violence, elimination of polio and a school in Uganda. We have made donations to Donna Louise, Dougie Mac, Macmillan Cancer Support and The Peter Pan Nursery.
 
We have supported The Rotary Shoebox scheme for the benefit of children in under developed countries, we have collected used tents for use in disaster areas. 
Supported local schools and engaged pupils in environmental projects.  
 
We take part in sports, competing with other local Rotary clubs, including bowls, croquet, golf, darts & 10 pin bowling.

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Thursday 29th August 19.30

No Meeting


Thursday 5th September 19.30

Club Meeting


2 guests - Barry Picken (District Compliance Officer) and David Marklew (District Health & Safety Officer).


Menu: Main Course
Traditional Roast Beef Dinner with Bubble & Squeak
Served with Potatoes & Vegetables

Dessert
Eton Mess Sundae

Thursday 12th September 19.30

Club Meeting - Our guest is District 1210 Governor Brian Reilly (Aldridge Club


Menu: Main Course
Pan Fried Fillet of Chicken napped with a Peppercorn Sauce
Served with Potatoes & Vegetables

Dessert
Banana Fritters with Butterscotch Sauce & Vanilla Ice-cream

Annual Charity Golf Day

Friday 13th September 12.00

Annual Charity Golf Day


Our Annual Charity Golf Day will be at Wolstanton Golf Club. Teams of 4 entry fee £160.00 includes 18 hole competition, meal and prizes.
Proceeds to DougieMac Hospice and RNLI

Thursday 19th September 19.30

Club Meeting


Menu:
Main Course
Sausage Wellington with Red Onion Gravy
Served with Potatoes & Vegetables

Dessert
Chocolate & Cointreau Sponge & Custard Sauce

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 1930
(No meeting following a bank holiday)
Borough Arms Hotel, King Street, Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire. ST5 1HX  01782 629421

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